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  • rebelled. Edward I executed the chief dissenter, William Wallace, further antagonising Scotland. When Edward I died in 1307, his son Edward became King
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  • In June 2013, Edward Snowden leaked top secret NSA documents to the media, revealing the existence of numerous global surveillance programs to the public
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  • Brian J.; Thompson, Rodger I.; Liu, Michael C.; Rieke, Marcia J.; Ajhar, Edward A.; Blakeslee, John P. (February 2003). "Measuring Distances and Probing
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  • com/news/2006/11/transcending_death.php?page=all. Retrieved 2007-05-22.  Krupp, Edward C. (February 1999). "Igniting the Hearth". Sky & Telescope (February): 94
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  • Green 1d Dominion 3d Brown 6d Red Note: These are stamps from the King Edward issue of 1909, overprinted for the exhibition. 1/2d Green 11/2d Grey
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  • nation and displaced the Saxon king, Harold II. In 1066 King Edward, also called St Edward the Confessor, died. His cousin, the Duke of Normandy, claimed
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  • until his death of an ague two days later. With the birth of a male heir, Edward VI, and the death of her lover, Henry felt Lady Margaret was no longer a
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  • two-to-one advantage over women, both same-age and ten years younger. Laumann, Edward O., Gagnon, John H., Michael, Robert T., Michaels, Stuart. The Social Organization
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  • ended in 1547. When Edward VI, son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, came to the throne, he was just ten years old. His uncle, Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset
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  • years in the early 1970s at Stanford University; it was written in Lisp, by Edward Shortliffe under the direction of Bruce Buchanan and others; it derived
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  • I. Ribas, C. Jordi, F. Vilardell, E.L. Fitzpatrick, R.W. Hilditch, F. Edward (2005). "First Determination of the Distance and Fundamental Properties
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  • after insurgents killed at least 30. </description> <author> By EDWARD WONG </author> <pubDate> Sun, 07 Nov 2004 00 00 00 EDT
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  • (Howard) Fitzroy’s Hand,” esp. Table 1. See also the earlier findings of Edward A. Bond, “Wyatt’s Poems,” The Athenaeum 2274 (1874): 654-55. The present
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  • Marquess, was the son of Elizabeth Woodville and therefore the stepson of Edward IV, Henry VIII's maternal grandfather. Three years after he succeeded, young
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  • Carl Jung George Harrison Mahatma Gandhi Jon Crosby (VAST), musician Edward Norton Daniel Day Lewis Al Pacino Michelle Pfieffer Frodo Baggins (Lord
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  • plans to seize the crown. After a series of battles, in which he kills Edward, Prince of Wales, heir apparent to the throne, Richard goes to the Tower
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  • Since James II had died, his claim was taken over by his son, James Francis Edward Stewart, the "Old Pretender." In 1715, there was a Jacobite rebellion, but
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  • commitment to education," Edward says. "Plus, our analysis showed us that we'd be able to service and use the Mac platform much more inexpensively than
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  • (October 8, 1961). Blackbeard refers to the famous 18th century pirate Edward Teach, best known as Blackbeard. p. 139 (November 19, 1961). The first reference
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  • appeared on the front page of The Times in 1978 and was credited to Dr. Edward Hunter. Dr. Hunter used it for years to tie broken shoelaces before discovering
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