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The majority refused to pay and in 1793 the obligation was cancelled. Thus the peasants got their land free, and also no longer paid the tithe to the church. Furet emphasises that the decisions of August 1789 survived and became an integral part of:

Although the curve at Großheringen meant that the Saal Railway was 25 km shorter, the north–south connection ( Nord-Süd-Verbindung ) through Gera continued to be used as a long-distance line from Leipzig in the north to Nuremberg in the south.

In 1949, Hauck was judged in Lille, France for the Ascq massacre and was sentenced to death. After requests from some widows of the Ascq massacre, his sentence was converted to life imprisonment. In 1957, he was freed after a further penalty reduction and went to Germany, where he lived until his death in 2006.

In doubles he competed in five Grand Slams but registered just one win, in the 1988 Australian Open, with countryman Bruce Derlin. At the 1991 Australian Open, Guy partnered Swedish great Stefan Edberg.

Greece at the 1976 Summer Paralympics. Greece sent for the first time in history a delegation to compete at the 1976 Summer Paralympics in Toronto, Canada. Its athletes failed in winning any medal and finished in the 33rd and last place along with seven other countries.

Sasha does not get along with Matt Page (Alec Snow). After Dexter marries April Scott (Rhiannon Fish) and leaves for Paris, Sid tells Sasha that she must move to Broken Hill with him. However, wanting to stay in the Bay, Sasha moves in with Irene Roberts (Lynne McGranger).