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1993 Cia World Factbook

...nd Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean 4 Australia Austria Azerba... ... 1 Taiwan DEPENDENT AREAS 6 Australia--Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Sea Is... ... defense is the responsibility of the Netherlands *Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Header 196 Affiliation: (territory of Au... ... 196 Affiliation: (territory of Australia) *Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Geography Location: in the Indian Ocean, 320 k... ...C note: includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island Land boundaries: 0 km Coastline: 74.1 km ... ...born 27 April 1967) Head of Government: Prime Minister Ruud (Rudolph) F. M. LUBBERS (since 4 November 1982); Vice Prime Minister Wi...

... A Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean......

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Rudolph Cartier

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...r Rudolph Cartier in 1990, speaking about his career to BBC Two's The Late Sh... ... Rudolph Cartier in 1990, speaking about his career to BBC Two's The Late Show. ... ... Born Rudolph Katscher (1904-04-17)17 April 1904 Vienna, Au... ... Television director Rudolph Cartier (born Rudolph Kacser, renamed himself in Germany to Rudolph... ... Television director Rudolph Cartier (born Rudolph Kacser, renamed himself in Germany to Rudolph Katsche... ...ghty-Four. After studying architecture and then drama, Cartier began his career as a screenwriter and then film director in Berlin... ...n 1976. Active in both dramatic programming and opera, Cartier won the equivalent of a BAFTA in 1957 for his work in the former, a... ...while the critic Peter Black once wrote that: "Nobody was within a mile of Rudolph Cartier in the trick of making a picture on a TV screen seem as wid... ...rama in the 1950s. "It was the arrival of Nigel Kneale... and Rudolph Cartier... that challenged the intimate drama directly. Cartier is ...

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The World Fact Book 1998

By: The United States Central Intelligence Agency (Cia)

...ua and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Azerbaijan Baham... ...___________________________________________________________ ASHMORE AND CARTIER ISLANDS (territory of Australia) @Ashmore and Cartier Islan... ... 0 sq km note: includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island Area-comparative: about eight times the size of The Mall ... ...e Reef National Nature Reserve established in August 1983 @Ashmore and Cartier Islands:People Population: note: there are only seasonal careta... ...e Population: note: there are only seasonal caretakers @Ashmore and Cartier Islands:Government Country name: conventional long form: Territ... ...Party or RAP [Henry Boimah FAHNBULLEH, chairman]; True Whig Party or TWP [Rudolph SHERMAN, chairman]; Unity Party or UP [Ellen JOHNSON-SIRLEAF, chai...

...s. Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas, The Bahrain Baker Island Bangladesh Barbados Bassas da India Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Isla...

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Paddy Russell

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...istant for BBC television, working on many productions with famed director Rudolph Cartier. She worked on the Quatermass science-fiction serials, as w... ...or BBC television, working on many productions with famed director Rudolph Cartier. She worked on the Quatermass science-fiction serials, as well as t...

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The Next Copy We Need Is the 1992 Ed.

...a and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Baha... ...ty OTHER 1 Taiwan DEPENDENT AREAS 6 Australia--Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Se... ...ote: defense is the responsibility of the Netherlands _%_ _@_Ashmore and Cartier Islands (territory of Australia) _*_Geography _#_Total area: 5 k... ...nd area: 5 km2; includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island _#_Comparative area: about 8.5 times the size of The Ma... ...caretakers _*_Government _#_Long-form name: Territory of Ashmore and Cartier Islands _#_Type: territory of Australia administered by the Au... ... Beatrix (born 27 April 1967); Head of Government--Prime Minister Ruud (Rudolph) F. M. LUBBERS (since 4 November 1982); Vice Prime Minister Wim KO... ...beral Party (LPS), Gilbert COUTAU, president; National Action Party (NA), Rudolph KELLER, chairman; Republican Party (RP), Franz BAUMGARTNER, presid...

... entities) Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Bahamas, The Bahrain Baker Island Bangladesh Barbados Bassas da India Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory B...

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Society of Film and Television Arts Television Awards 1958

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...ers Drama Rudolph Cartier ... ... Drama Rudolph Cartier Factual ...

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The Cia World Fact Book

...a and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Bah... ...City OTHER 1 Taiwan DEPENDENT AREAS 6 Australia--Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Se... ...--------------------------------------------------- Country: Ashmore and Cartier Islands (territory of Australia) - Geography Total area: 5 km2; ... ...nd area: 5 km2; includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island Comparative area: about 8.5 times the size of The Mall i... ...onal caretakers - Government Long-form name: Territory of Ashmore and Cartier Islands Type: territory of Australia administered by the Austra... ...eatrix (born 27 April 1967); Head of Government--Prime Minister Ruud (Rudolph) F. M. LUBBERS (since 4 November 1982); Deputy Prime Minister Wim ...

...ntities) Afghanistan Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola 2 Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Bahamas, The Bahrain Baker Island Bangladesh Barbados Bassas da India Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory B...

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Nineteen Eighty-Four (TV programme)

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... Directed by Rudolph Cartier Starring ... ... Directed by Rudolph Cartier Starring ... ... Producer(s) Rudolph Cartier Running time... ... Producer(s) Rudolph Cartier Running time ... ...eriment. The adaptation was produced and directed by the equally respected Rudolph Cartier, perhaps the BBC's best producer-director of the 1950s who ... ... The adaptation was produced and directed by the equally respected Rudolph Cartier, perhaps the BBC's best producer-director of the 1950s who was alwa... ...ctor of the 1950s who was always adventurous artistically and technically. Cartier, a veteran of the UFA film studios in 1930s Germany who had fled th... ...uatermass that had prompted the BBC's Head of Drama, Michael Barry, to ask Cartier to work on an adaptation of the novel, having shown his abilities w... ...1994, repeat of 16 December 1954 telerecording, commemorating the death of Rudolph Cartier. BBC Four, 14 June 2003, repeat of...

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Our Country. Volume I

By: Benson J. Lossing

...ORES THE COASTS FROM NORTH CAROLINA TO NEWFOUNDLAND− −KIDNAPS AN INDIAN BOY—CARTIER DISCOVERS THE GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE—ON A SECOND VOYAGE HE DISCOV... ...ES A DAUGHTER OF A HURON CHIEF TO FRANCE—HE WINTERS AT THE SITE OF QUEBEC—CARTIER KIDNAPS THE "KING OF CANADA" AND SOME OF HIS CHIEFS, AND TAKES ... ...AND TAKES THEM TO FRANCE—ENGLISH EXPLORERS—THEIR SUFFERINGS IN NEWFOUNDLAND—CARTIER'S THIRD VOYAGE TO THE ST. LAWRENCE—HOSTILITIES OF THE NATIVES—T... ...ified seaport of France, for that purpose, and placed in charge of Jacques Cartier (James Carter), a native of that port and then in the service o... ...ous ceremonies in the cathedral of St. Malo, in which Chabot participated, Cartier sailed for America. He left St. Malo on a bright afternoon (Apr... ... hermit became the theme of many a wild tale, when he suddenly disappeared. Rudolph, Emperor of Germany, was then waging war against the Turks, who ...

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Yvonne Mitchell

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...the Daily Mail newspaper, mainly for her role as Cathy in the Nigel Kneale/Rudolph Cartier adaptation of Emily Brontë's novel Wuthering Heights. The f... ...y Mail newspaper, mainly for her role as Cathy in the Nigel Kneale/Rudolph Cartier adaptation of Emily Brontë's novel Wuthering Heights. The following... ...el Wuthering Heights. The following year, she appeared in another Kneale / Cartier literary adaptation when she took the role of Julia with Peter Cush...

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Our Country, Volume I

By: Benson J. Lossing

...LORES THE COASTS FROM NORTH CAROLINA TO NEWFOUNDLAND- -KIDNAPS AN INDIAN BOY—CARTIER DISCOVERS THE GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE—ON A SECOND VOYAGE HE DISCOVER... ...TAKES A DAUGHTER OF A HURON CHIEF TO FRANCE—HE WINTERS AT THE SITE OF QUEBEC—CARTIER KIDNAPS THE "KING OF CANADA" AND SOME OF HIS CHIEFS, AND TAKES TH... ... AND TAKES THEM TO FRANCE—ENGLISH EXPLORERS—THEIR SUFFERINGS IN NEWFOUNDLAND—CARTIER'S THIRD VOYAGE TO THE ST. LAWRENCE—HOSTILITIES OF THE NATIVES—THE... ...rtified seaport of France, for that purpose, and placed in charge of Jacques Cartier (James Carter), a native of that port and then in the service of ... ...gious ceremonies in the cathedral of St. Malo, in which Chabot participated, Cartier sailed for America. He left St. Malo on a bright afternoon (April... ...e hermit became the theme of many a wild tale, when he suddenly disappeared. Rudolph, Emperor of Germany, was then waging war against the Turks, who w...

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1952 in British television

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...d in Scotland. 20 July - Arrow to the Heart, the first collaboration between director Rudolph Cartier and scriptwriter Nigel ... ...tland. 20 July - Arrow to the Heart, the first collaboration between director Rudolph Cartier and scriptwriter Nigel Kneale, ...

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Copyright Renewals 1957

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...ay29; A9103. Russell Gordon Carter (A); 27Dec56; R183223. CARTIER, JACQUES. The shores of adventure; as set down in Englis... ... R188801. MCNEIL, EVERETT, tr. The shores of adventure. SEE Cartier, Jacques. MCNEIL, MYRON L. The shores of adventure. SEE ... ...ier, Jacques. MCNEIL, MYRON L. The shores of adventure. SEE Cartier, Jacques. MCNEILE, HERMAN CYRIL. Tiny Carteret. (Pub. abro... ...7Feb30; B63040. Harold Titus (A); 20Mar57; R188211. TOLL, RUDOLPH. The up-to-date chart for Boehm system clarinet (17-6) wi... ... system clarinet (17-6) with exercises. © 23Apr30; AA42161. Rudolph Toll (A); 29Apr57; R191269. TOMLINSON, H. M. All our... ...rms, by Ladson Butler and 0. R. Johnson. © 28Jun30; A25315. 0. Rudolph Johnson (A); 2Jul57; R194755. BUTTON, GEORGE A. Lig... ...5153. Nunnally Johnson (A); 29Oct57; R201820. JOHNSON, 0. RUDOLPH, joint author. Management control through business forms.... ... Clercq, with title-page and decorations engraved on copper by Rudolph Ruzicka. © 9Oct30; A31462. George Macy Companies, Inc. ...

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Des Teufels General (play)

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...strand was broadcast on 14 August 1960. Translated by Robert Gore Brown, and directed by Rudolph Cartier, it starred Marius Goring as Harrass, Margare... ...as broadcast on 14 August 1960. Translated by Robert Gore Brown, and directed by Rudolph Cartier, it starred Marius Goring as Harrass, Margaretta Scot...

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Copyright Renewals 1957

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...ay29; A9103. Russell Gordon Carter (A); 27Dec56; R183223. CARTIER, JACQUES. The shores of adventure; as set down in English... ...R188801. MCNEIL, EVERETT, tr. The shores of adventure. SEE Cartier, Jacques. MCNEIL, MYRON L. The shores of adventure. SEE ... ...ier, Jacques. MCNEIL, MYRON L. The shores of adventure. SEE Cartier, Jacques. MCNEILE, HERMAN CYRIL. Tiny Carteret. (Pub. abro... ...7Feb30; B63040. Harold Titus (A); 20Mar57; R188211. TOLL, RUDOLPH. The up-to-date chart for Boehm system clarinet (17-6) wi... ... system clarinet (17-6) with exercises. © 23Apr30; AA42161. Rudolph Toll (A); 29Apr57; R191269. TOMLINSON, H. M. All our... ...rms, by Ladson Butler and O. R. Johnson. © 28Jun30; A25315. O. Rudolph Johnson (A); 2Jul57; R194755. BUTTON, GEORGE A. Lig... ...5153. Nunnally Johnson (A); 29Oct57; R201820. JOHNSON, O. RUDOLPH, joint author. Management control through business forms.... ... Clercq, with title-page and decorations engraved on copper by Rudolph Ruzicka. © 9Oct30; A31462. George Macy Companies, Inc. ...

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The Quatermass Experiment

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... idea was to fill it with "a mystifying, rather than horrific" storyline. Rudolph Cartier, one of the BBC's best-regarded directors, directed the ser... ...s to fill it with "a mystifying, rather than horrific" storyline. Rudolph Cartier, one of the BBC's best-regarded directors, directed the serial. He ... ...reatened to take them off the air during one significant overrun, to which Cartier replied, "Just let them try!" Some BBC documentation suggests that ... ... been provisionally agreed with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and Cartier wanted the material available to use for trailers and. Only poor-qu... ... Christmas omnibus repeat of the serial. This idea was abandoned. Although Cartier and star Reginald Tate were keen to make an all-film omnibus versio... ...when Kneale wore them again in a television documentary about his career. Rudolph Cartier had emigrated from Germany in the 1930s to escape its Nazi ... ...ale wore them again in a television documentary about his career. Rudolph Cartier had emigrated from Germany in the 1930s to escape its Nazi regime, ...

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Copyright Renewals 1957

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...ay29; A9103. Russell Gordon Carter (A); 27Dec56; R183223. CARTIER, JACQUES. The shores of adventure; as set down in English... ... R188801. MCNEIL, EVERETT, tr. The shores of adventure. SEE Cartier, Jacques. MCNEIL, MYRON L. The shores of adventure. SEE ... ...ier, Jacques. MCNEIL, MYRON L. The shores of adventure. SEE Cartier, Jacques. MCNEILE, HERMAN CYRIL. Tiny Carteret. (Pub. abro... ...7Feb30; B63040. Harold Titus (A); 20Mar57; R188211. TOLL, RUDOLPH. The up-to-date chart for Boehm system clarinet (17-6) wi... ... system clarinet (17-6) with exercises. © 23Apr30; AA42161. Rudolph Toll (A); 29Apr57; R191269. TOMLINSON, H. M. All ou... ...rms, by Ladson Butler and 0. R. Johnson. © 28Jun30; A25315. 0. Rudolph Johnson (A); 2Jul57; R194755. BUTTON, GEORGE A. Lig... ...5153. Nunnally Johnson (A); 29Oct57; R201820. JOHNSON, 0. RUDOLPH, joint author. Management control through business forms.... ... Clercq, with title-page and decorations engraved on copper by Rudolph Ruzicka. © 9Oct30; A31462. George Macy Companies, Inc. ...

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John Robinson (actor)

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...y, p. 50. With only a short amount of time to cast a replacement, director Rudolph Cartier offered Robinson the role, as the only suitable actor avail... .... With only a short amount of time to cast a replacement, director Rudolph Cartier offered Robinson the role, as the only suitable actor available. Ro...

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Rhetoric and Poetry in the Renaissance; A Study of Rhetorical Terms in English Renaissance Literary Criticism

By: Donald Lemen Clark

... kings and devoted too much attention to ornament. Such a serious person was Rudolph Agricola, who, in his treatise on logic, accepted the mediaeval t... ...e should serve as a warning. Index Abelard Aeschylus Aesop Agathon Agricola, Rudolph Alanus de Insulis Alciati Alcidamas Albucius Aldus Alfarabi Alste... ...o Savonarola (Venetiis, 1542), IV, pp. 36−55. Savonarola died in 1498. [345] Cartier, “L'Esthetique de Savonarola,” in Didron's Annales Archoelogiques...

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André Morell

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...ading parts on television, and in 1953 was cast by the television director Rudolph Cartier in a play called It Is Midnight, Dr Schweitzer.Murray, p. 2... ...rts on television, and in 1953 was cast by the television director Rudolph Cartier in a play called It Is Midnight, Dr Schweitzer.Murray, p. 28. Carti... ...chweitzer, Reginald Tate. He did take one of the leading parts in another Cartier and Kneale production the following year, when he played O'Brien in... ...ance is at least equal to Cushing's." This successful collaboration with Cartier and Kneale resulted, four years later, in him once again being offe...

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Outline of Universal History

By: George Park Fisher

... the Peaceful. | | | | | +-RUDOLPH III, 993-1032 | | | +... ... +-EUDES, king 887-893. | +-ROBERT, king 922-923. | +-Emma, _m._ RUDOLPH of Burgundy; king 923-926. | +-Hugh the Great (father of Hu... ...f Edward the Elder; | | | +-Liutgarde. | | 2, Adelheid, [2] _d._ of Rudolph II, King of Burgundy. | | | +-OTTO II, 973-983, _m._ | The... ...Austria, Styria, Carinthia, and Carniola, and who refused to acknowledge Rudolph, the emperor twice made war successfully. In a fierce battle at th... ...Carniola_ fell into the hands of the emperor. They were given as fiefs to Rudolph's son _Albert_; and _Carinthia_ to Albert's son-in-law, the _Count... ...e coast of North America from Cape Fear northward (1524). Later, _Jacques Cartier_ explored the _St. Lawrence_ as far as the site of _Montreal_ (153...

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Quatermass and the Pit

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... new scripts on a freelance basis. The director assigned to the project was Rudolph Cartier, with whom Kneale particularly enjoyed working; the two... ...ipts on a freelance basis. The director assigned to the project was Rudolph Cartier, with whom Kneale particularly enjoyed working; the two men had... ...1958. Kneale, Nigel in Pre-production work began in September 1958, while Cartier was still working on productions of A Tale of Two Cities and ... ...had been scheduled in half-hour slots but, performed live, had often overrun, Cartier requested thirty-five minute slots for the six episodes of Quat... ...ere shot at Ealing Studios, which had been acquired by the BBC in 1955, with Cartier working with the experienced cinematographer A. A. Englander... ...e Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), and had previously worked with Kneale and Cartier when he appeared as O'Brien in their BBC television adaptatio... ...d the Pit was the last original production upon which Kneale collaborated with Rudolph Cartier, although Cartier did direct a new version of Kneale's ... ... smooth, leisurely, and without any sensational incident, it was imbued in Mr. Rudolph Cartier's production with unearthly echoes of horrors to come. ...

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Outline of Universal History

By: George Park Fisher

...TER IV. MOHAMMEDANISM AND THE ARABIC CONQUESTS. 168 | | | | | +—RUDOLPH III, 993−1032 | | | +—LOTHAR, 954−986. | | | ... .... 866. | +—EUDES, king 887−893. | +—ROBERT, king 922−923. | +—Emma, m. RUDOLPH of Burgundy; king 923−926. | +—Hugh the Great (father of Hu... ...175 was crowned emperor by the Pope, but had to fight against a competitor, Rudolph, king of Burgundy, whom the turbulent nobles set up in his place.... ...dgyth, d. of Edward the Elder; | | | +—Liutgarde. | | 2, Adelheid, [2] d. of Rudolph II, King of Burgundy. | | | +—OTTO II, 973−983, m. | Theophania, ... ...e, in 1027, there were two kings present, Canute of England and Denmark, and Rudolph III. of Burgundy (or Arles, as the kingdom was called which had b... ...g the coast of North America from Cape Fear northward (1524). Later, Jacques Cartier explored the St. Lawrence as far as the site of Montreal (1535); ...

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The Man with the Twisted Lip

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...the Twisted Lip was filmed in 1921, directed by Maurice Elvey. In 1951, Rudolph Cartier produced an adaptation entitled The Man Who Disappeared. Th... ...ted Lip was filmed in 1921, directed by Maurice Elvey. In 1951, Rudolph Cartier produced an adaptation entitled The Man Who Disappeared. This adapt...

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Outline of Universal History

By: George Park Fisher

...the Peaceful. | | | | | +--RUDOLPH III, 993-1032 | | | +... ...-EUDES, king 887-893. | +--ROBERT, king 922-923. | +--Emma, _m._ RUDOLPH of Burgundy; king 923-926. | +--Hugh the Great (father of H... ... Edward the Elder; | | | +--Liutgarde. | | 2, Adelheid, [2] _d._ of Rudolph II, King of Burgundy. | | | +--OTTO II, 973-983, _m._ | Th... ...Austria, Styria, Carinthia, and Carniola, and who refused to acknowledge Rudolph, the emperor twice made war successfully. In a fierce battle at th... ...Carniola_ fell into the hands of the emperor. They were given as fiefs to Rudolph's son _Albert_; and _Carinthia_ to Albert's son-in-law, the _Count... ...e coast of North America from Cape Fear northward (1524). Later, _Jacques Cartier_ explored the _St. Lawrence_ as far as the site of _Montreal_ (153...

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1952 in television

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... UK .July 20 – Arrow to the Heart, the first collaboration between director Rudolph Cartier and scriptwriter Nigel Kneale, is broadcast by BBC T... ...ly 20 – Arrow to the Heart, the first collaboration between director Rudolph Cartier and scriptwriter Nigel Kneale, is broadcast by BBC Televisio...

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History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution

By: James Maccaffrey

...d portion of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1291, however, during the reign of Rudolph of Habsburg, the three states or cantons of Uri, Schweiz, and Unt... ... alarm that their princes began to insist on new guarantees. The Emperor, Rudolph II. (1576-1612), though, unlike his predecessor, a good Catholic, ... ...rference of his brother Matthias led to new complications, and finally to Rudolph’s abdication of the sovereignty of Bohemia (1611). Frederick IV. o... ... was very fortunate for the Catholics in Germany. With such an Emperor as Rudolph pitted against a man like Henry IV. there could have been very lit... ... have been very little doubt about the issue. Even in his own territories Rudolph could not maintain his authority against his brother Matthias, in ... ...yet the honour of discovering Canada[15] is assigned generally to Jacques Cartier who made three voyages to the country (1534-42). Early in the seve...

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The Naked Sun

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...n 18 February 1969, the story was dramatised by Robert Muller and directed by Rudolph Cartier and the music and sound effects were created by Delia... ...ruary 1969, the story was dramatised by Robert Muller and directed by Rudolph Cartier and the music and sound effects were created by Delia Derbysh...

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History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution

By: Rev. James Maccaffrey

...d portion of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1291, however, during the reign of Rudolph of Habsburg, the three states or cantons of Uri, Schweiz, and Unt... ... alarm that their princes began to insist on new guarantees. The Emperor, Rudolph II. (1576-1612), though, unlike his predecessor, a good Catholic, ... ...rference of his brother Matthias led to new complications, and finally to Rudolph's abdication of the sovereignty of Bohemia (1611). Frederick IV. o... ... was very fortunate for the Catholics in Germany. With such an Emperor as Rudolph pitted against a man like Henry IV. there could have been very lit... ... have been very little doubt about the issue. Even in his own territories Rudolph could not maintain his authority against his brother Matthias, in ... ...yet the honour of discovering Canada[15] is assigned generally to Jacques Cartier who made three voyages to the country (1534-42). Early in the seve...

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Rolf Dudley-Williams

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...rivate Member's Bill to extend the legal protection against poaching in 1952. During the 1954 controversy over Rudolph Cartier's television adaptation... ...ember's Bill to extend the legal protection against poaching in 1952. During the 1954 controversy over Rudolph Cartier's television adaptation of Nine...

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History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution

By: James Maccaffrey

...ed portion of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1291, however, during the reign of Rudolph of Habsburg, the three states or cantons of Uri, Schweiz, and Unter... ...h alarm that their princes began to insist on new guarantees. The Emperor, Rudolph II. (1576-1612), though, unlike his predecessor, a good Catholic, w... ...erference of his brother Matthias led to new complications, and finally to Rudolph's abdication of the sovereignty of Bohemia (1611). Frederick IV. of... ...y was very fortunate for the Catholics in Germany. With such an Emperor as Rudolph pitted against a man like Henry IV. there could have been very litt... ...d have been very little doubt about the issue. Even in his own territories Rudolph could not maintain his authority against his brother Matthias, in w... ... yet the honour of discovering Canada[15] is assigned generally to Jacques Cartier who made three voyages to the country (1534-42). Early in the seven...

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Jacques

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...u (1910–1997), French underwater explorer Jacques Cartier (1491–1557), French explorer Jacques Chapi... ...orn 1960), Canadian professional wrestler Jacques Rudolph (born 1981), South African cricketer Jacqu...

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History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution

By: Rev. James Maccaffrey

...rmed portion of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1291, however, during the reign of Rudolph of Habsburg, the three states or cantons of Uri, Schweiz, and Unt... ...uch alarm that their princes began to insist on new guarantees. The Emperor, Rudolph II. (1576−1612), though, unlike his predecessor, a good Catholic,... ...nterference of his brother Matthias led to new complications, and finally to Rudolph's abdication of the sovereignty of Bohemia (1611). Frederick IV. ... ...lay was very fortunate for the Catholics in Germany. With such an Emperor as Rudolph pitted against a man like Henry IV. there could have been very li... ...uld have been very little doubt about the issue. Even in his own territories Rudolph could not maintain his authority against his brother Matthias, in... ...m, yet the honour of discovering Canada[15] is assigned generally to Jacques Cartier who made three voyages to the country (1534−42). Early in the sev...

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O'Neill Hall (University of Notre Dame)

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...rney, former Notre Dame basketball player[1] Kyle Rudolph, starting Tight End on Minnesota Vikings ... ...d Heart Cartier Field ...

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The World Factbook 1992

...ote: defense is the responsibility of the Netherlands :Ashmore and Cartier Islands Geography Total area: 5 km2 Land area: 5 km2... ...rea: 5 km2; includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island Comparative area: about 8.5 times the size of The... ...ndonesia, 320 km off the northwest coast of Australia :Ashmore and Cartier Islands People Population: no permanent inhabitants; season... ...lation: no permanent inhabitants; seasonal caretakers :Ashmore and Cartier Islands Government Long-form name: Territory of Ashmore and... ...artier Islands Government Long-form name: Territory of Ashmore and Cartier Islands Type: territory of Australia administered by the Aust... ...(born 27 April 1967) Head of Government: Prime Minister Ruud (Rudolph) F. M. LUBBERS (since 4 November 1982); Vice Prime Minister Wi...

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Bernard Quatermass

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...gned to the serial, which was eventually named The Quatermass Experiment, was Rudolph Cartier . A few months beforehand he had directed a play entitl... ...the serial, which was eventually named The Quatermass Experiment, was Rudolph Cartier . A few months beforehand he had directed a play entitled It Is... ...play, André Morell . Morell considered the offer but declined the part, which Cartier then offered to another actor who had appeared in It Is Midnigh... ...ixley, p. 27. Titled Quatermass and the Pit and again produced and directed by Cartier, this was eventually broadcast in December 1958 and January 195...

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The World Factbook 1992

...ote: defense is the responsibility of the Netherlands :Ashmore and Cartier Islands Geography Total area: 5 km2 Land area: 5 km2... ...rea: 5 km2; includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island Comparative area: about 8.5 times the size of The... ...ndonesia, 320 km off the northwest coast of Australia :Ashmore and Cartier Islands People Population: no permanent inhabitants; season... ...lation: no permanent inhabitants; seasonal caretakers :Ashmore and Cartier Islands Government Long-form name: Territory of Ashmore and... ...artier Islands Government Long-form name: Territory of Ashmore and Cartier Islands Type: territory of Australia administered by the Aust... ...(born 27 April 1967) Head of Government: Prime Minister Ruud (Rudolph) F. M. LUBBERS (since 4 November 1982); Vice Prime Minister Wi...

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The Wings of the Dove

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... It was again adapted as a television play by the BBC in 1965 (directed by Rudolph Cartier). Terence Feely's ITV series "Affairs of the Heart" include... ...again adapted as a television play by the BBC in 1965 (directed by Rudolph Cartier). Terence Feely's ITV series "Affairs of the Heart" included a vers...

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The World Factbook 1992

... defense is the responsibility of the Netherlands :Ashmore and Cartier Islands Geography Total area: 5 km2 Land area: ... ...a: 5 km2; includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island Comparative area: about 8.5 times the size ... ... km off the northwest coast of Australia 129 :Ashmore and Cartier Islands People Population: no permanent inhabitants; ... ...: no permanent inhabitants; seasonal caretakers :Ashmore and Cartier Islands Government Long-form name: Territory of Ashmo... ... Islands Government Long-form name: Territory of Ashmore and Cartier Islands Type: territory of Australia administered by the ... ... 1967) 1647 Head of Government: Prime Minister Ruud (Rudolph) F. M. LUBBERS (since 4 November 1982); Vice Prime Minister ...

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Roy Ward Baker

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... Kneale Rudolph Cartier ... ... Rudolph Cartier ...

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The World Factbook 1992

... defense is the responsibility of the Netherlands :Ashmore and Cartier Islands Geography Total area: 5 km2 Land area: ... ...a: 5 km2; includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island Comparative area: about 8.5 times the size ... ... km off the northwest coast of Australia 129 :Ashmore and Cartier Islands People Population: no permanent inhabitants; ... ...: no permanent inhabitants; seasonal caretakers :Ashmore and Cartier Islands Government Long-form name: Territory of Ashmo... ... Islands Government Long-form name: Territory of Ashmore and Cartier Islands Type: territory of Australia administered by the ... ... 1967) 1647 Head of Government: Prime Minister Ruud (Rudolph) F. M. LUBBERS (since 4 November 1982); Vice Prime Minister ...

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The Precolumbian Discovery of America by the Northmen, With Translations from the Icelandic Sagas

By: B. F. de Costa

...ents of the year were entirely fulfilled. "The Religion of the Northmen," by Rudolph Keyser, p. 292. 17. This king propagated Christianity by physical... ...rriage, Einar being the son of a slave. 19. Blue shirt. 20. Ante, p. 61. 21. Cartier in the Gulf of St. Lawrence gave names that had been used before....

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The Pre-Columbian Discovery of America by the Northmen

By: B. F. de Costa

...ts of the year were entirely fulfilled. "The Religion of the Northmen," by Rudolph Keyser, p. 292. 17. This king propagated Christianity by physical ... ...e, Einar being the son of a slave. 19. Blue shirt. 20. Ante, p. 61. 21. Cartier in the Gulf of St. Lawrence gave names that had been used before. ...

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The World Fact Book, Us Cia, 1993 Ed.

... Antigua and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Azerbaijan B Baham... ...valu OTHER 1 Taiwan DEPENDENT AREAS 6 Australia--Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Sea Isl... ...Note: defense is the responsibility of the Netherlands *Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Header Affiliation: (territory of Australia) *Ash... ...slands, Header Affiliation: (territory of Australia) *Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Geography Location: in the Indian Ocean, 320 km off ... ...n, DC note: includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island Land boundaries: 0 km Coastline: 74.1 km Maritime c... ...trix (born 27 April 1967) Head of Government: Prime Minister Ruud (Rudolph) F. M. LUBBERS (since 4 November 1982); Vice Prime Minister Will...

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The World Factbook 1991

...a and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Baha... ...ty OTHER 1 Taiwan DEPENDENT AREAS 6 Australia--Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Se... ...ote: defense is the responsibility of the Netherlands _%_ _@_Ashmore and Cartier Islands (territory of Australia) _*_Geography _#_Total area: 5 k... ...nd area: 5 km2; includes Ashmore Reef (West, Middle, and East Islets) and Cartier Island _#_Comparative area: about 8.5 times the size of The Ma... ...caretakers _*_Government _#_Long-form name: Territory of Ashmore and Cartier Islands _#_Type: territory of Australia administered by the Au... ... Beatrix (born 27 April 1967); Head of Government--Prime Minister Ruud (Rudolph) F. M. LUBBERS (since 4 November 1982); Vice Prime Minister Wim KO... ...beral Party (LPS), Gilbert COUTAU, president; National Action Party (NA), Rudolph KELLER, chairman; Republican Party (RP), Franz BAUMGARTNER, presid...

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A Political and Social History of Modern Europe, Vol. 1

By: Carlton J. H. Hayes

...rong power of his own to stay the attack or remove the fear. In this way, Rudolph, count of Habsburg, had been chosen emperor in 1273, and in his fa... ... Habsburgs had gradually increased their holdings until at length in 1273 Rudolph, the maker of his family's real fortunes, had been chosen Holy Rom... ...rough or around the Americas. Such were the attempts of Verrazano (1524), Cartier (1534), Frobisher (1576-1578), Davis (1585-1587), and Henry Hudson... ... World. Verrazano (1524) sailed the coast from Carolina to Labrador, and Cartier (1534-1535) pushed up the Saint Lawrence to Montreal, looking for ... ... by a rebellion in Bohemia against the Habsburgs. Following the death of Rudolph II (1576-1612), a narrow-minded, art-loving, and unbalanced reclus... ...y had sent Verrazano (1524), who explored the coast of North America, and Cartier (1534- 1536), who sailed up the St. Lawrence, but by virtue of voy...

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A Political and Social History of Modern Europe V. 1

By: Carlton J. H. Hayes

... strong power of his own to stay the attack or remove the fear. In this way, Rudolph, count of Habsburg, had been chosen emperor in 1273, and in his f... ...the Habsburgs had gradually increased their holdings until at length in 1273 Rudolph, the maker of his family's real fortunes, had been chosen Holy Ro... ... through or around the Americas. Such were the attempts of Verrazano (1524), Cartier (1534), Frobisher (1576−1578), Davis (1585−1587), and Henry Hudso... ... New World. Verrazano (1524) sailed the coast from Carolina to Labrador, and Cartier (1534−1535) pushed up the Saint Lawrence to Montreal, looking for... ...iven by a rebellion in Bohemia against the Habsburgs. Following the death of Rudolph II (1576−1612), a narrow−minded, art−loving, and unbalanced reclu... ...only had sent Verrazano (1524), who explored the coast of North America, and Cartier (1534−1536), who sailed up the St. Lawrence, but by virtue of voy...

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A Political and Social History of Modern Europe, Vol. 1

By: Carlton J. H. Hayes

...rong power of his own to stay the attack or remove the fear. In this way, Rudolph, count of Habsburg, had been chosen emperor in 1273, and in his fa... ... Habsburgs had gradually increased their holdings until at length in 1273 Rudolph, the maker of his family's real fortunes, had been chosen Holy Rom... ...rough or around the Americas. Such were the attempts of Verrazano (1524), Cartier (1534), Frobisher (1576-1578), Davis (1585-1587), and Henry Hudson... ... World. Verrazano (1524) sailed the coast from Carolina to Labrador, and Cartier (1534-1535) pushed up the Saint Lawrence to Montreal, looking for ... ... by a rebellion in Bohemia against the Habsburgs. Following the death of Rudolph II (1576-1612), a narrow-minded, art-loving, and unbalanced reclus... ...y had sent Verrazano (1524), who explored the coast of North America, and Cartier (1534- 1536), who sailed up the St. Lawrence, but by virtue of voy...

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The 2002 Cia World Fact Book

By: Us Government

... Antigua and Barbuda Arctic Ocean Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Atlantic Ocean Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahama... ...ia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia Dependent areas: Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Coral Sea Isla... ...========================================================= Ashmore and Cartier Islands Introduction Ashmore and Cartier Islands Backgroun... ...se avian and marine habitat; in 1983 it became a National Nature Reserve. Cartier Island, a former bombing range, is now a marine reserve. Geogra... ...a former bombing range, is now a marine reserve. Geography Ashmore and Cartier Islands Location: Southeastern Asia, islands in the Indian Ocea... ...Reformation Alliance Party or RAP [James THOMAS]; True Whig Party or TWP [Rudolph SHERMAN]; United People's Party or UPP [Wesley JOHNSON]; Unity Par...

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The musical guide; containing a pronouncing and defining dictionary of terms, instruments, etc., including a key to the pronounciation of sixteen languages; many charts; an explanation of the construction of music for the uninitiated; a pronouncing biogra

By: Hughes, Rupert, 1872-1956

...'l), (i) Andreas, Vienna, 1797 ; organist and composer, as was his son (2) Rudolph, b. 1832. Biedermann (be'-der-man), (i) , about 1 7 86tax-receiver ... ...ll. of Music, Cincinnati ; 1883 organist Brooklyn, later N. Y. ; composer. Cartier (kart-ya), J. Bap., Avignon, 1765 Paris, 1841; violinist and dram, ... ...tre Breslau; 1899 London ; 1902 Met. Op., N. Y. Hertzberg (hearts'-berkh), Rudolph von, Berlin, 1818 1893; conductor and editor. Herv6 (rightly Florim... ..., etc. (3) Fz., Konigstein, Saxony, 1809 Mayence, 1841; c. pop. songs. (4) Rudolph K. Julius, b. Berlin, April 27, 1829 ; solo boy-soprano at the Domc... ...ce, where he lived as a singing-teacher and com- poser. Palme (paT-me 1 ), Rudolph, b. Barby- on-Elbe, Oct. 23, 1834 ; pupil of A. G. Ritter ; organis... ...0; famous Neapolitan con- trapuntist and theorist. Rodolphe (ro'-dolf) (or Rudolph), Jean Jos., Strassburg, Oct. 14, 1730 Paris, Aug. 18, 1812; horn-v...

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The Story of Mankind

By: Hendrik Van Loon

...of Mankind POPE vs. EMPEROR 57 to leave each other alone. In the year 1278, Rudolph of Hapsburg was elected Emperor. He did not take the trouble to g... ...continent had fallen into British hands and the great work of exploration of Cartier, Champlain, La Salle, Marquette and a score of others was lost to...

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The Story of Mankind

By: Hendrik Van Loon

...two enemies learned to leave each other alone. In the year 1278, Rudolph of Hapsburg was elected Emperor. He did not take the trouble to ... ...nent had fallen into British hands and the great work of exploration of Cartier, Champlain, La Salle, Marquette and a score of others was lost t...

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The Story of Mankind

By: Hendrik Van Loon

...e the two enemies learned to leave each other alone. In the year 1278, Rudolph of Hapsburg was elected Emperor. He did not take the trouble to go... ...tinent had fallen into British hands and the great work of exploration of Cartier, Champlain, La Salle, Marquette and a score of others was lost to ...

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The Story of Mankind

By: Hendrik Van Loon

...hile the two enemies learned to leave each other alone. In the year 1278, Rudolph of Hapsburg was elected Emperor. He did not take the trouble to go ... ...ntinent had fallen into British hands and the great work of exploration of Cartier, Champlain, La Salle, Marquette and a score of others was lost to F...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 9

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...iece by Friedmann Bach; also works by Couperin, 1910-1784; Paganini, CoreUi, Cartier, and Tartini; with a Gluck "Melody," a Schumarm "Romance", a Moza... ...son at the Conse^^'atorJ' opened auspiciously \sith a \-iolin recital by Mr. Rudolph Larsen, a Scandinavian artist of high repute, who fully justified...

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Musical Canada; Volume: 5

By: Parkhurst, Edwin R

...Stuttgart, and after coming to Toronto con- tinued his instructions under Herr Rudolph Ruth and later spent some time with Alwin Schroeder, the eminen... ...pupils, but among them was a number of highly gifted artists. Rode, Robrechts, Cartier, Mdlle. Gerbini, Alday, Labarre, Pixis, Mari, Mdme. Paravincini... ...ind. The Montreal Musical Societj^ with the names of Colonel Meighen, the Hon. Rudolph Forget, Colonel Grant, and Messrs. Perron and Fabre-Suveyor on ...

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The Gutenberg Encyclopedia

...on by making the lenses have contact, i.e. equal radii. According to P. Rudolph (Eder's Jahrb. f. Photog., 1891, 5, p. 225; 1893, 7, p. 221), ce... ...ractive index, are called the ``new achromats,'' and were employed by P. Rudolph in the first ``anastigmats'' (photographic objectives). Inste... ...ermann d'apres de nombreux documents inedits, Paris, 1906). ACKERMANN, RUDOLPH (1764-1834), Anglo-German inventor and publisher, was born on the... ...ts of the Middle High German period, notably Gottfried of Strassburg and Rudolph of Ems. The great poets of the Italian renaissance, among them ... ...r. Adelheid) (931--999), queen of Italy and empress, was the daughter of Rudolph II. of Burgundy and of Bertha, daughter of Duke Burchard of Swabi... ...Giovanni da Verrazano in 1524, and the undoubted explorations of Jacques Cartier. Between 1534 and 1542 this seaman, a native of St Malo, explored... ...he northern half of America were based on the voyages of Verrazano and Cartier. The death of King Francis, and the beginning of the wars of reli...

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Music lovers' cyclopedia : containing a pronouncing and defining dictionary of terms, instruments, &c., including a key to the pronunciation of sixteen languages; many charts; an explanation of the construction of music for the uninitiated; a pronouncing

By: Hughes, Rupert, 1872-1956

...ibl (beb'-'l), (i) Andreas, Vienna, 1797 ; organist and composer, as was his son (2) Rudolph, b. 1832. Jiedermann (be'-dgr-man), (i) , about 1 786 tax... ...rof, in Coll. of Music, Cincinnati ; 1883 organist Brooklyn, later N. Y. ; composer. Cartier (kart-ya), J. Bap., Avignon, 1765 Paris, 1841; violinist ... ...gs, operas, etc. (3) Fz., Konigstein, Saxony, 1809 Mayence, 1841; c. pop. songs. (4) Rudolph K. Julius, b. Berlin, Aprli 27, 1829 ; solo boy-soprano a... ...i, Florence, where he lived as a singing-teacher and com- poser. 'alme (pal'-me 1 ), Rudolph, b. Barby- on-Elbe, Oct. 23, 1834 ; pupil of A. G. Ritter... ...a, ca. 1530; famous Neapolitan con- trapuntist and theorist. Rodolphe (ro'-dolf) (or Rudolph), Jean Jos.. Strassburg, Oct. 14, 1730 Paris, Aug. 18, i8... ...ky, Ukraine, Dec. 12, 1822 Boston, Mass., Feb. 26, 1882 ; noted soprano and teacher. Rudolph, Jn. J. R., Arch-duke of Austria, Florence, 1788 Baden, V...

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The Gutenberg Encyclopedia

...enses have contact, \i i.e. \i0 equal \ radii. According to P. Rudolph ( \i Eder's Jahrb. f. Photog. \i0 , \ 1891, 5, p. 225; 18... ...tive index, are \ called the ``new achromats,'' and were employed by P. Rudolph \ in the first ``anastigmats'' (photographic objectives). \ \... ...breux documents in]dits \i0 , Paris, 1906). \ \ \b ACKERMANN, RUDOLPH \b0 (1764-1834), Anglo-German inventor and \ publisher, was ... ...of the Middle High German \ period, notably Gottfried of Strassburg and Rudolph of \ Ems. The great poets of the Italian renaissance, among them... ... \i0 ) (931--999), queen of Italy and \ empress, was the daughter of Rudolph II. of Burgundy and of \ Bertha, daughter of Duke Burchard of Sw... ...vanni da Verrazano in 1524, \ and the undoubted explorations of Jacques Cartier. Between \ 1534 and 1542 this seaman, a native of St Malo, explo... ...thern \ half of America were based on the voyages of Verrazano and \ Cartier. The death of King Francis, and the beginning of the \ wars of r...

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History of the Christian Church, Vol. Vi. The Middle Ages

By: David S. Schaff, D. D.

...Ital. trans. by Catherine’s secretary, Neri De Landoccio, Fr. trans. by E. Cartier, Paris, 1863, 4th ed., 1877.—An abbreviation of Raymund’s work, wit... ...atin but vocal and instrumental music. The chief Humanists of Germany were Rudolph Agricola, Reuchlin and Erasmus. To the last two a separate treatmen...

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History of the Christian Church, Volume VI the Middle Ages

By: David S. Schaff, D. D.

.... Ital. trans. by Catherine’s secretary, Neri De Landoccio, Fr. trans. by E. Cartier, Paris, 1863, 4th ed., 1877. An abbreviation of Raymund’s work, w... ... Latin but vocal and instrumental music. The chief Humanists of Germany were Rudolph Agricola, Reuchlin and Erasmus. To the last two a separate treatm...

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World Ebook Library's Selected Works of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain and Albert Bigelow Paine

...nzy of despair and make an otherwise sane and highly gifted prince, like Rudolph, throw away the crown of an empire and snuff out his own life. Al... ...f naked savages. The discoverer of this region, and namer of it, Jacques Cartier, has a square named for him in the city. I wish you were here; yo... ...ich had been given in honor of Professor Virchow's seventieth birthday.--[Rudolph Virchow, an eminent German pathologist and anthropologist and scho...

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The Entire Pg Files of the Works of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain

...nzy of despair and make an otherwise sane and highly gifted prince, like Rudolph, throw away the crown of an empire and snuff out his own life. Al... ...f naked savages. The discoverer of this region, and namer of it, Jacques Cartier, has a square named for him in the city. I wish you were here; yo... ...ich had been given in honor of Professor Virchow's seventieth birthday.--[Rudolph Virchow, an eminent German pathologist and anthropologist and scho...

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Entire Gutenberg Twain Files

By: Mark Twain

...nzy of despair and make an otherwise sane and highly gifted prince, like Rudolph, throw away the crown of an empire and snuff out his own life. Al... ...f naked savages. The discoverer of this region, and namer of it, Jacques Cartier, has a square named for him in the city. I wish you were here; yo... ...ich had been given in honor of Professor Virchow's seventieth birthday.--[Rudolph Virchow, an eminent German pathologist and anthropologist and scho...

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