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Besançon

(bəzäNsôN`), city (1990 pop. 119,134), capital of Doubs dept., E France, in Franche-Comté, on the Doubs. An industrial town with metallurgical, textile, and food-processing industries, it is especially famous for its clock and watch manufactures; its watch school is world renowned. Of Gallo-Roman origin, Besançon was an archiepiscopal see from the 5th cent. Although part of the kingdom of BurgundyBurgundy
, Fr. Bourgogne , historic region, E France. The name once applied to a large area embracing several kingdoms, a free county (see Franche-Comté), and a duchy.
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, it was made (by Emperor Frederick IFrederick I
or Frederick Barbarossa
[Ital.,=red beard], c.1125–90, Holy Roman emperor (1155–90) and German king (1152–90), son of Frederick of Hohenstaufen, duke of Swabia, nephew and successor of Holy Roman Emperor Conrad III.
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) a free city, with special privileges for its archbishops. It maintained its independence, with interruptions, until 1648, when it passed under Spanish rule through its incorporation with Franche-ComtéFranche-Comté
or Free County of Burgundy,
former province and former administrative region, E France. It is coextensive with Haute-Saône, Doubs, and Jura depts.
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. After Louis XIVLouis XIV,
1638–1715, king of France (1643–1715), son and successor of King Louis XIII. Early Reign

After his father's death his mother, Anne of Austria, was regent for Louis, but the real power was wielded by Anne's adviser, Cardinal Mazarin.
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's second conquest of Franche-Comté (1674), Besançon became (1676) the capital of his new province. Although bombed during World War II, many old monuments remain: Roman ruins; the 17th-century citadel on a bluff above the city's center; a cathedral (12th–16th cent.) with a bell tower that contains a 19th-century astronomical clock; and numerous buildings in Spanish Renaissance style, notably the Palais Granvelle (birthplace of Cardinal GranvelleGranvelle, Antoine Perrenot de
, 1517–86, statesman in the service of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and of King Philip II of Spain; cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.
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, now a museum) and the imposing town hall. An intellectual center, Besançon is the seat of a university (founded 1422 in Dôle and moved to Besançon in 1691), a music academy (founded 1726), and an international music festival.
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Hecht, 1999; Jackson & Coney, 2007b; LeFevre, Bisanz, et al, 1996; LeFevre et al, 1996; Thevenot et al, 2007).
LeFevre, Jo-Anne, Lisa Fast, Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk, Brenda Smith-Chant, Jeffrey Bisanz, Deepthi Kamawar, and Marcie Penner-Wilger.
Woolery M, Bisanz A, Lyons HF, Gaido L, Yenulevich M, Fulton S, McMillan SC.
O papel da linguagem na educacao cientifica e nas metodologias de pesquisa utilizadas para investigar o oral e o escrito no ensino de ciencias tem sido mais situado em um contexto sociocultural, no qual ha a valorizacao das interacoes entre professores, alunos e diferentes discursos que circulam na sala de aula (Yore, Bisanz & Hand, 2003).
A execucao de calculos aritmeticos mediante solicitacao verbal requer habilidade de memoria de trabalho e habilidade de resolver problemas (Klein & Bisanz, 2008; Swanson, Jerman, & Zheng, 2008).
Desde fines de los anos noventa existe un importante consenso entre los investigadores en ensenanza de ciencias respecto a que la argumentacion es un tipo discursivo fundamental para el quehacer cientifico y que, por lo tanto, debe estar al centro de la ensenanza de ciencias (Candela, 1999; Driver, Newton y Osborne, 2000; Duschl y Osborne, 2002; Jimenez-Alexaindre y Erduran, 2008; Osborne, Erduran y Simon, 2004; Yore, Bisanz y Hand, 2003).
Wutzler P, Farber I, Wagenpfeil S, Bisanz H, Tischer A.
The three kitesurfers on the team who will work together and with their safety crew during the crossing are Geza and his brother, Andre Scholtz, and entrepreneur Constantin Bisanz of Austria, founder of an online shopping club with operations in multiple European countries.
En especial, analizaron la relacion entre el conocimiento sobre las acciones humanas y la comprension de textos narrativos (ver revision en Voss & Bisanz, 1985).
2006; Kodituwakku 2007, 2009; O'Connor and Paley 2009; Paley and O'Connor 2007; Rasmussen 2005; Rasmussen and Bisanz 2009; Riley and McGee 2005; Roebuck et al.
In 1940 and 1941, the OUN collaborated with such officers of the Abwehr and Wehrmacht as Wilhelm Canaris, (25) Theodor Oberlander, (26) Hans Koch, (27) and Alfred Bisanz.
Germany-based biomass specialist companies INNOVAS and BMP Biomasses Projekt and German engineering firm BISANZ have joined with Slovakian boiler specialists Adato to create a system removing water from spent grain, collecting steam and biogas and then purifying it.