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the decade from 1860 to 1869

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TSV 1860's main successes so far include a triumph in the German Championships, as well as two cup victories.
Ultimately, styles of men's facial hair changed, and by the 1860's it was so accepted to have a beard that a little girl wrote to President Lincoln encouraging him to grow one, to improve his presidential appearance.
Mexico's Foreign Relations Undersecretary Lourdes Aranda says the temporary exchange could give Mexico the headdress on loan from Austria, while Mexico could send back a gilded carriage once used by a member of Austria's royal family who ruled Mexico in the 1860's.
Houston had a written sewage plan in place in the late 1860's, but implementation lagged behind the concept and a comprehensive underground system was not begun until two decades later - years after the city began piping water to its citizens' homes and businesses.
Later in 1860's, he made the proposal to his father to roast the lamb on a large vertical spit, which had been cooked parallel to a fire on the ground for centuries.
Meanwhile, Moyes is facing competition from German side Schalke 04 for Munich 1860's teenage striker Peniel Kokou Mlapa.
Togo-born Mlapa, 19, is already a fixture in Bundesliga club 1860's first team and scored six goals last season.
In The Sealed Letter, Donoghue takes on the real lives behind a scandalous English divorce case of the 1860's, a time when divorce was rare and shocking when it occurred.
The first Archaeopteryx skeleton was found in Munich, Germany, in the 1860's and dating to 150 million years ago.
The story of the romance between the King of Siam and the widowed British schoolteacher Anna Leonowens during the 1860's
The Dons rarely threatened 1860's goal but looked solid in their new 4-3-3 formation and McGhee is fully aware he must add to his squad before the Europa League tie on July 30 against either Sigma Olomouc or Fram Reykjavik.
The surgeon can prepare a small quantity of cells within 30 minutes on site rather than having to send a biopsy to the laboratory for culturing and largely replaces the current standard skin graft treatment which dates from the 1860's and is associated with acute and chronic risks and complications.
For further details contact 01484 865727 Built by a wealthy Victorian mill owner in the 1860's Bagden Hall (pictured above) is a beautiful country house hotel with stunning gardens offering elegant accommodation set in the heart of Yorkshire.