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Related to Carolus: Carolus Linnaeus, Carolus Clusius, Carolus Linnæus, Carolus Magnus
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king of the Franks and Holy Roman Emperor

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Manet's Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus will hang alongside Portrait of Carolus Duran.
Until June 2 Channelled: Hilma af Klint, Carolus Enckell, Olav Christopher Jenssen, Joachim Koester, Christine Odlund, Silja Rantanen, Nina Roos, and Emily Wardill
are companies looking for diversification outside of defense or, within defense, areas that are still high-growth areas," said Andrew Carolus, managing director for the firm.
25M debt facility to new client Carolus Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company.
Jacobus (Cobus) Carolus van Graan is op 10 November 1941 op Swartruggens in Noord-Wes-provinsie gebore.
Former chairwoman, Cheryl Carolus attributed her resignation to a breakdown in the relationship with the government, the airline s main shareholder.
On September 15, 1942 Margaret Carolus Alsop, RN, was appointed MNA's first fulltime executive secretary.
This is the fifth year for the top 10 new species list, which was released on Wednesday to coincide with the anniversary of the birth of Carolus Linnaeus, the Swedish botanist who was responsible for the modern system of plant and animal names and classifications.
The flower was named by Carolus Linnaeus and means "gold flower" from the Greek "chrys" meaning "gold coloured" - a reference to the original colour of the flower - and "anthemon" meaning flower.
It commemorates the birth on May 23, 1707 of Carolus Linnaeus, the Swedish botanist who devised the modern system of animal and plant classification.
Originally, the country did not produce many flowers, but in 1592 the botanist Carolus Clusius brought home some tulip bulbs he got from the Austrian ambassador to Turkey, who had received them from the Turkish sultan.
It also includes literary references from Jules Verne and Mark Twain; illustrations of how Agrobacterium tumefaciens transfers genes into a plant, and of an aphid eating while also giving birth; and stories of scientists from Carolus Linnaeus to Elie Metchnikoff to Jeff Gordon.
A strong impetus for these scientist-explorers was the work of Carolus Linnaeus (1707-78), the Swedish botanist and physician who devised a system for scientifically classifying (genus, species, etc.
Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Erasmus; 2 Carolus Linnaeus; 3 Karate; 4 The Great Fire of London; 5 Basketball; 6 Don Vito Corleone; 7 The basenji; 8 The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew; 9 The cubit; 10 A migratory path.
Jews didn't fare well in 1735, when Carolus Linnaeus, the Swede whose botanical taxonomy built the modern biological classification system, began sorting humans along racial lines, kicking off a long, pernicious tradition of "scientific" racism.