The importance of the tithe to the poor is shown by acts of Richard II.
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Louis III., eldest son of Louis II., became count in 1346, and was succeeded by John II., second son of Louis II., in 1372.
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The taxation of the boroughs in the reign of Henry II.
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But by that time his fortunes were on the wane; for Frederick II.
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This evil report lasted till Frederic William II.
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The duchy of Anjou then passed to his cousin Rene, second son of Louis II.
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Lysander and Philip II.
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Frederick II., Emperor of Germany, birth of ii.
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James Duke of York (afterwards James II) held it for several years during Charles II's reign.
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On the 22nd of May 1685, after James II.
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In 1650 he joined in the unsuccessful attempt to liberate Charles II.
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Frederick II., the last of the Hohenstaufens, died, leaving an empty throne and a broken and shattered empire.
"A Short History of Germany" by Mary Platt Parmele
His son and successor, who was chosen German king as Henry II.
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We are informed by William of Malmesbury that in the reign of Henry II.
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BERENICE, also called CLEOPATRA, daughter of Ptolemy X., married as her second husband Alexander II., grandson of Ptolemy VII.
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It was first struck by Roger II.
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In three parts: I by Park Benjamin, II by Holmes, III by John Osborne Sargent.
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Lastly, he reminded the king that he had already acknowledged Urban II.
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Finally, in 1860, it was the scene of the last stand of Francis II.
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Of the memoirs in pure mathematics, comprised for the most part in vols, ii., iii.
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II. Oh! 'twas the simplest, wildest thing!
The sighs of Eve that faintest flow
O'er airy lyres, did never fling
So sweet, so sad, a song of woe.
"The Irish Harp" by Sydney Owenson
II. 'Tis true, not many winters' snows
Have fall'n upon my life's fresh flow'r:
But feelings that should last an AGE,
With me, were wasted in an HOUR.
"Vive le Platonique!" by Sydney Owenson
II. No more the balmy zephyr's kiss
Shall find thy chaste reluctance such
That, fading from the fragrant bliss,
Thou shun'st the balmy zephyr's touch.
"The Sensitive Plant" by Sydney Owenson
Each word that falleth from thy lips, Is like a seed that lieth long;
Then sprouts within my spirit's deeps,
And buds and blossoms forth in song.
"Aspirations" by Mathilde Blind
II. Perhaps thou'st borrow'd from thyself,
For in thine heart , they say, Love sleeps;
While in thine eye some swear the elf
An everlasting vigil keeps.
"To Louisa - (On whose Easel I Found a Beautiful Painting of Cupid sleeping)" by Sydney Owenson
II. Thou know'st at least my young heart's pulse
Still gaily throbs to joy's wild measure,
And that each sense is still alive
To every dream of youthful pleasure.
"The Drawing Room" by Sydney Owenson
A New Mexico man who was the state's oldest survivor of World War II's infamous Bataan Death March has died at the age of 99.
(AP) — A New Mexico man who was the state's oldest survivor of World War II's infamous Bataan Death March has died at the age of 99.
TATUM, N.M.—A New Mexico man who was the state's oldest survivor of World War II's infamous Bataan Death March has died at the age of 99.
New Mexico's oldest Death March of Bataan survivor and World War II veteran Virgil Wallace has been laid to rest at the age of 99.
World War II Bataan 'angel' nurse dies.
He was serving in a medical unit in France on Dec 16, 1944, when fighting broke out in what was to become the biggest and bloodiest land battle of World War II.
An interesting piece of World War II naval history has come to the Ramona Pioneer Historical Society and the Guy B Woodward Museum at 645 Main Street.
World War II veteran honored for lifelong service.
Ice Cream Showdown II & BLT Battle at Sea.
The Bearcats were 11-3 in 2011, returning to the NCAA Division II playoffs for the eighth consecutive season.
The OU Jazz Ensembles I and II and Jazz Percussion Ensemble will perform during Fall Jazz Night on Nov 16.
Museum volunteer Joshua Brooks eyes a case of USS West Virginia artifacts in a room dedicated to the World War II battleship in the Raleigh County Veterans Museum.
Alabama man finally gets Bronze Star from World War II.
It was founded by Pope John Paul II in 1994 to promote and defend human life and it serves as a key bioethical advisory board for the Vatican.
Paul Verhoeven gives World War II a 'Showgirls' sheen in ' Black Book '.
As the magnetic ﬁeld is ﬁnite only at the origin, the scattering region II in the terminology of Section II A can be shrunk to just the line y = 0, so that xin = −0 and xout = +0.
Paraxial propagation of a quantum charge in a random magnetic field
II, then we say that they are II-equivalent and write W ∼II W ′ .
The solution to a conjecture of Tits on the subgroup generated by the squares of the generators of an Artin group
Similarly, (n + 1 − r, n − kj ) are the last positions on xI I = n + 1 − r in CS-II of the type II DR-paths starting at (k , 0), 1 ≤ k ≤ n + 1 − r.
Non-intersecting Paths, Random Tilings and Random Matrices
Then B is a subgroup of G of index r by [Hup, Satz II-8.2] and [Hup, Satz II-10.12].
Finite simple groups and localization
The light-front description of this theory is discussed in II.B, and the matrix regularization of the theory is described in II.C.
M(atrix) Theory: Matrix Quantum Mechanics as a Fundamental Theory
Note that f∆ is admissible—in fact any f ∈ Qhhx, z ii of the form f (x, z ) = G(xz ), where G(y ) ∈ Qhhy ii, is admissible.
Analytic invariants of boundary links
Proof. (i) ⇒ (ii) It is easy (recall also Remark 2.4). (ii) ⇒ (iii) It is true because of the equivalence between (ii) and (iii) in Proposition A.2.
Classification on the average of random walks
H±1/H∓1 | = 0.26 ± 0.14, [Solution I/II] where the upper and lower signs in the subscripts of the helicity amplitudes correspond to Solution I and II, respectively.
Final-state interaction and s-quark helicity conservation in B -> J/psi K*
By deﬁnition, krathX i is the smallest subalgebra of khhX ii containing khX i and closed under inversion, in the sense that if an element of the subalgebra is invertible in khhX ii, then it is already invertible in the subalgebra.
$K_0$ of purely infinite simple regular rings
It follows from this that krat hX i coincides with the rational closure of khX i in khhX ii, that is, krat hX i is the smallest subalgebra of khhX ii containing khX i and such that every square matrix with coeﬃcients in the subalgebra which is invertible over khhX ii is already invertible over the subalgebra.
$K_0$ of purely infinite simple regular rings
It is clear that (i) and (ii) are equivalent and that (ii) implies (iii).
Classification of unipotent representations of simple p-adic groups,II
Uc (|ii ⊗ |j i) = |ii ⊗ U i |j i Here the ﬁrst and the second qudits are respectively the controller and the target qudits.
Entanglement Swapping of Generalized Cat States and Secret Sharing
Proof: Choose N large enough so that each ζIj is a vector bundle over (S 2 )N . (ii) ⇔ (iii) is the Marriage Theorem (see any textbook on combinatorics). (i) ⇒ (ii).
A simple C*-algebra with a finite and an infinite projection
Let ∆i = ∪x∈Ii J F (x) (the union of all generalized Jacobians in the closure of the patch Ii ).
A sufficient condition for global invertibility of Lipschitz mapping
Sung, An inverse scattering transform for the Davey-Stewartson II equations, part I, II, III, J.
Melnikov Analysis for Singularly Perturbed DSII Equation