Ladislaus

Ladislaus,

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or Ladislaus
, c.1376–1414, king of Naples (1386–1414), son and successor of Charles III. Almost his entire reign was consumed by his struggle with the Angevin rival king of Naples, Louis II, and with Louis's ally, the antipope John XXIII (see
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Cardinal Kurt Koch of the Vatican received the Ladislaus Laszt Ecumenical and Social Concern Award at BGU on Monday afternoon.
The physicist Ladislaus Laszlo Marton had recently examined biologic specimens with an electron microscope and published the first electron micrographs of bacteria.
Sequoia, has presented an intriguing taxonomic origin question since the moment it was assigned by Stephan Ladislaus Endlicher in 1847 (St.
Ladislaus D'souza a gifted writer from Mumbai said that it was odd to deal with a thug who has cases pending against him.
Only in the fourteenth century, following 175 years of disintegration, Ladislaus IV (Lokietek, the Short) unified Greater and Lesser Poland (Sedlar 1994: 25).
In 1454, Brno's Jews were banished by King Ladislaus V; a Jewish community here did not reemerge until nearly 400 years later, in the middle of the 19th century, when Jews were granted citizenship rights.
Ladislaus Lob was Professor of German at the University of Sussex in Brighton until his retirement in 1998.
Several "theoretical" indexes were placed close to the Laspeyres and Paasche indexes, but with the loss of specific business content, and different of Ladislaus von Bortkiewicz relationship.
Since Charasoff's findings on the determination of production prices and the rate of profits partly resemble results obtained already a decade earlier by Vladimir Karpovich Dmitriev ([1898] 1974), it deserves to be mentioned that there is no indication that Charasoff had read Dmitriev's 1898 essay on Ricardo's theory of value, although he refers to the famous paper by Ladislaus von Bortkiewicz of 1906-7 (which contains a reference to Dmitriev) in his second book.
He was made the vaivode of Transylvania in 1440, attaining in 1446 the regency of Hungary during the minority of King Ladislaus Posthumus, and was himself the father of the future King Matthias Corvinus.
IBrig, Box 447; "Gefechtsbericht des Brigadebeobachters Obit Ladislaus Kubes," 37.