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Capet

Hugh or Hugues. ?938--996 ad, king of France (987--96); founder of the Capetian dynasty.
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Altered sodium values can also be a predictor of chronic dehydration in the elderly, especially in the presence of malnutrition (Bennett, Thomas & Riegel, 2004; Chassagne, Druesne, Capet, Menard, & Bercoff, 2006).
RAID The 'blue capet' outside the Laing Art Gallery was a target for metal thieves
TV fiction is still making a splash in foreign markets, thanks to fare such as "Sherlock," starring Benedict Cumberbatch as an updated version of the sleuth, Italian crime capet" "Zen," and the ubiquitous "Doctor Who."
In truth, not much has changed since the cart carrying "Citizen Capet" rolled toward the guillotine -- except for our language.
(39) For instance, the authority of the Catholic Church and the pope, or papal office, by extension, and Hugh Capet, the Count of Paris and in 987 elected 'king' of the West Franks, was not based on the ownership of territory, but rather Dei gratia, in the case of the former, and by virtue of election to a sanctified office, in the case of the latter.
Finally, Race Capet reminds us that Islam, far from being in the U.S.
Included are eye-opening scores of Bach's Six Sonatas and Partitas (using the Maurice Senart edition by Lucien Capet; fig.
The ancestors he uncovered include Alfred the Great, William the Conqueror and Hugh Capet, a 10th century French king.
De Hugues Capet a Jeanne d'Arc 987-1460 [Paris: Hachette, 1987], p.
(10) See Bouchard (273-79, passim) for a discussion of Hugh Capet's efforts, shortly after he became king, to secure a Byzantine bride for his son Robert.