Pre-Islamic Arabian Society Was Often Torn Apart By Four

The last member of the clan was Burchard III, Duke of Swabia, who died in 973. Descendants of the dynasty lived on in the female line through the House of Wettin. The most common and oft-recurring names in the family were Hunfrid, Adalbert, Odalric/Ulric, and Burchard.

Most recent year-end rankings are used. Romania’s best result is a semi-final appearance in 1973. Romania is also a four-time Fed Cup quarterfinalist, having reached the last eight in 1974, 1978, 1980 and 1981.

Four days later, Mkhitaryan joined them on a four-year contract for a transfer fee reported variously as between £27 million and £30 million, with the option to extend for a further year. Mkhitaryan made his debut in a 2–0 victory in a pre-season match against Wigan Athletic on 15 July 2016.

Dedication of land area for exclusive installation of solar arrays often must compete with other necessities that require land. The amount of land required for utility-scale solar power plants — currently approximately for every 40–60 MW generated — may pose a strain on India’s available land resources.

He then circulated the fake copies and then had the outlet banned for being communist. Nhu took Tuyến under his wing and asked him to draft the rules for the Cần Lao, a secret Catholic body founded by Nhu, which consisted of many small cells that were used to spy on South Vietnamese society at all levels, in order to detect and quash opposition.

By the 18th century already the name had been deformed to Aoust ). Apart from the Oost citizen soldiery there is other folklore in this village; like in many other villages in this region, mostly on festival days.

Dar al-Ifta al-Misriyyah, an Islamic institute that advises Egypt’s ministry of justice, issued a fatwa stating that female rulers and judges are allowed in Islam. The Qur’an contains verses that appear to support the role of women in politics, such as its mention of the Queen of Sheba, who represented a ruler who consulted with and made important decisions on behalf of her people.

In 1852, the old chapel was torn down so that a new church building could use the site. The foundation stone was laid on 29 September by Bishop Arnoldi, who also consecrated the new church on 8 July 1855.

Agoco’s roots go back to 1971 when the Arabian Gulf Exploration Company (AGECO) was established, following the implementation of Law No. 115, issued by the Libyan Revolutionary Command Council nationalizing shares held by British Petroleum (BP).