Constance


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a lake in southeastern Germany on the northern side of the Swiss Alps

the council in 1414-1418 that succeeded in ending the Great Schism in the Roman Catholic Church

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Currently under a different management, The Aiyana, Pemba Island will start a new chapter under the management of Constance Hospitality Management from January 1, 2018.
Dr Stainthorp, together with Constance's great niece Margaret-Mary Hall and great nephew Julian Rees, have established The Constance Naden Trust in a bid to raise awareness of the poet, who lived in Birmingham for most of her life.
Constance, su mujer, rubicunda, de aspecto campesino, tenia el pelo castano, un cuerpo fuerte y movimientos pausados, llenos de una energia poco frecuente.
The team at Finders International discovered that Constance was an only child and her maiden name was Morse - a popular surname that made research challenging.
Constance wrote the letter jointly with her Welsh counterpart, Labour's Carl Sargeant.
Constance is a conscientious theologian who is taking action to abate the number one fear of most people, that evil will harm their children or themselves.
A news release stated the agreement between the province and Constance Lake First Nation, a partner in the Shekak-Nagagami hydroelectric project, is a 19-megawatt facility located on the Shekak River, about 80 kilometres west of Hearst.
Ontario and the Constance Lake First Nation have signed an historic electricity agreement that will provide economic benefits for the First Nation community moving forward.
Revolutionary Lives: Constance and CASIMIR MARKIEVICZ
Fresh Off the Boat' actress Constance Wu is outraged over Casey Affleck's Oscar nomination.
Equalities Secretary Angela Constance said the response from people had been "phenomenal" and thanked them for their support.
By the time I get downstairs, Constance is already seated at the kitchen table.
Around 1350 the authorities of the Lake Constance region began to regulate the local fisheries by issuing fishermen's ordinances and signing fisheries treaties with other principalities with the stated interest of protecting the fish stocks, which were considered a commons.
Constance Kopp has never quite fit in: She is tall and broad-shouldered, and she doesn't care much for keeping house--a rarity for women in 1914.