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A cargo volume of 79431 tonnes comprising 63954 tonnes imports and 15477 tonnes exports inclusive of containerized cargo carried in 1541 containers (TEUs) was handled at the Port during last 24 hours.
Born in Crete in 1541, how was the artist Domenikos Theotokopoulos more commonly known?
Historians of Ireland and Britain address a little studied aspect of Irish governance and British-Irish relations in the early modern and modern eras by examining the chief governor who headed the government of Ireland for over 300 years, from about 1541 to 1922 when most of Ireland gained independence.
The 1541 Royal Progress was the longest and most lavish of the entire reign and c u l m i nated in H e n r y 's arrival in the city.
Update: The House passed HB 1541 this morning with a vote of 112-28.
A fourth publication, Helisenne de Crenne's French translation of the first four books of Virgil's Aeneid, follows the "triptych": Les Quatre premiers livres des Eneydes, Paris: Denis Janot, 1541.
If you would like to make a donation to Lord Mayor Gill Bird's charities, call the protocol office on 029 2087 1541.
It was replaced and funded by Sir William Hollis, a Lord Mayor of London whose father was a Coventrian, in 1541.
Under the 'Curling's coming home' banner, it will also celebrate the first written record of the sport at Paisley Abbey in 1541.
But then, in 1541, when everything seemed to be darkness and destruction, this woman, Guadalupe, appeared and assured people that the dragon would not harm her child.
In the fall of 2002, the PM 8 base paper machine at UPM's Kymi Paper mill in Kuusankoski, Finland ran at an average speed of 1541 m/min over 24 hours, shattering the world record for freesheet fine paper machines.
The remaining walls, standing in plain view in the green fields west of the Rock of Cashel, indicate the location of the abbey, which was founded in 1272 and dissolved in 1541.