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Gustaf Adolf:

see Gustavus VIGustavus VI
(Gustaf Adolf), 1882–1973, king of Sweden (1950–73), son and successor of Gustavus V. After the death (1920) of his first wife, Princess Margaret of Connaught, he married (1923) Lady Louise Mountbatten (d. 1965).
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1947: Prince Gustav Adolf of Sweden was killed in an air crash near Copenhagen.
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2015 when the British embassy equipped the first classroom in the Gustav Adolf High School with Raspberry Pi mini computers.
According to the Austrian geologist and botanist Gustav Adolf Zwanziger, these graphical illustrations were particularly "instructive" and proved that "the Brazilian exhibition was the neatest and richest among the American nations.
Semiotically confusing early portraits by Gustav Adolf Muller and Martin von Meytens are later eclipsed by Meytens's successful balance of femininity and sovereignty as in Double Portrait of Empress Maria Theresa and Archduke Joseph as a Child (ca.
Antalya, Muharram 14, 1434, November 28, 2012, SPA -- Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs of Qatar Ahmed bin Abdullah Al-Mahmoud separately met here today with Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey Bashir Otlaa; and Minister of the Presidency of Dominican Gustav Adolf Franco, on the sidelines of the Second International Conference which is being held in the Turkish city of Antalya.
He obtained his secondary education at the gymnasia of Westholm and Gustav Adolf in Tallinn.
This isolation at least brought relief from the necessity of entertaining visitors, a duty which Noldeke generally fell was a waste of his time, even when the guest was such an august personage as Crown Prince Gustav Adolf of Sweden.
Seebeck obtained also his basic education in Tallinn--he graduated from the nowadays Gustav Adolf Gymnasium in 1788.
In October of that year Karl IX died and was succeeded by the sixteen-year-old Gustav Adolf (Gustavus Adolphus).
In 1948 he graduated from the Gustav Adolf Gymnasium (then the First Secondary School of Tallinn), and in 1953 from the Geological Department of the University of Tartu.
The new name was so successful that much later (1872), the German botanist Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler (1844-1930) gave the term a new meaning by using it to refer to a floral region, a biogeographical region, including the Canary Islands, the Azores, the Selvagens and Madeira.