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Hardenberg

Friedrich von . the original name of Novalis
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Such news might create a panic at Vienna, and cause Russia to drop his cards, and take Prussia into a corner, and Talleyrand and Metternich to wag their heads together, while Prince Hardenberg, and even the present Marquis of Londonderry, were puzzled; but how was this intelligence to affect a young lady in Russell Square, before whose door the watchman sang the hours when she was asleep: who, if she strolled in the square, was guarded there by the railings and the beadle: who, if she walked ever so short a distance to buy a ribbon in Southampton Row, was followed by Black Sambo with an enormous cane: who was always cared for, dressed, put to bed, and watched over by ever so many guardian angels, with and without wages?
Considered as one of the oldest developing-nation stock funds, The Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust, traded in London and New Zealand, has selected Carlos Hardenberg to take over from October 1.
Novalis is the pseudonym and universally recognized moniker for the German Romantic author Friedrich von Hardenberg (1772-1801).
Headquartered in Hardenberg, the Netherlands, ENOIA operates through its three subsidiaries, Dynaflow International Inc.
Think Tank Expedition in Greenland Svend Hardenberg has put together an extraordinary Think Tank Expedition - a leadership program in his home country - for Scandinavian top executives and top managers, which is to be held within the Greenlandic nature at Kangerlussuaq (the Big Fjord) from August 18-22, 2012 .
Yet even as the majority of the book is given over to discussion of the role of imagination in the theoretical writings of Romantic-era authors--specifically, Kant, Fichte, von Hardenberg (aka Novalis), and Coleridge--Schlutz's discussion of the fate of the imagination in the Romantic era is framed by a larger historical narrative, one aligned with recent accounts of secularization and modernity, especially those developed by Taylor and Blumenberg.
They present nine papers that discuss how Maistre's fascist reputation was solidified by Isaiah Berlin and then consider the ways in which the thinking of Maistre was taken up by such figures as Auguste Comte (1798-1857), Jules-Amedee Barbey D'Aurevilly (1808-89), Friedrich von Gentz (1764-1832), Freidrich von Hardenberg (1772-1801), Friedrich Schlegel (1772-1829), Franz von Baader (1765-1841), Walter Benjamin (1894-1942), and Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979).
Once there the girls, aged between nine and 13, will tour the country giving performances in Hardenberg, Coevorden, Zwolle, Emlichheim and Ommen.
Paul O'Hara's bid for automatic promotion to the European Challenge Tour suffered a blow when the Colville Park rookie finished 24th in the Preis des Hardenberg event near Hanover with a 14-over 227.
Filmmaker Farah Durrani followed Maryam Bibi and spoke to Al Jazeera's Donata von Hardenberg about Maryam's mission, and the daily lives of those struggling to survive amid the warfare of Pakistan's tribal districts.
Patent grants ranged from the huge Hardenberg of 1,500,000 acres that gobbled up an extensive area west of the middle Hudson, and the relatively small Rombout patent of 84,000 acres in the same region but to the east of the river.