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Hohenlohe

Chlodwig , Prince of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst. 1819--1901, Prussian statesman; chancellor of the German empire (1894--1900)
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Jose Luis Marin, padre de la novia, y la princesa Maria de Hohenlohe, madre del novio, fueron los padrinos.
Hohenlohe and colleagues from the University of Texas, Austin; Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
She writes, telling him news about the political scene at home, "Das Ministerium Sturkh ist teilweise neu zusammengestellt: Hohenlohe ist jetzt Minister des Inneren geworden; die beiden anderen, die gewechselt haben, habe ich vergessen" (KA/Lesetexte/Vorkriegs- und Kriegskorrespondenz 1895-1918).
Lodge terrace Nevada Established by Spain's Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe nearly 60 years ago, this boutique hotel was once nothing more than an old farmhouse before it became a prime location for the international jet set.
The annual Ski Instructors calendar features male and female Olympic athletes and is the brainchild of six-time Mexican Olympic skier and German Prince Hubertus von Hohenlohe.
Obviously I mean Prince Hubertus von Hohenlohe whose supporters will become the most unpopular in the crowd, and my favourite, if they dare to start the chant: "Give me a P
He requested that Prince Hohenlohe ascertain whether he would be treated as a persona non grata if he came to the German capital.
Known to be the pride of Prince Alfonso Hohenlohe of Spain, Marbella Resort started as Marbella Club in 1976 under the management of Marbella Spain.
Severely reprimanded, Morgan was sent back to Wales to see out his days throwing the sort of boozy bashes he'd hosted in his '30s heyday - his guests ranging from Brave New World author Aldous Huxley to KGB agents and Hitler's close friend Princess Stephanie Hohenlohe.
Founded by Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe in 1946, the club has served as a meeting place for aristocrats, entertainers, and heads of state for over half a century.
Pork butchers from the Hohenlohe area, near Stuttgart, knotted their sausages.
He explores her own background and personality, the social and economic status of her family, and even the political position of her husband, who had received the grant for the mill from the count of Hohenlohe.