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Wen·zel

(ventz'el),
Joseph, German anatomist and physiologist, 1768-1808. See: Wenzel ventricle.
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Major organization : SAINT WENCESLAUS CHURCH OF OMAHA
Wenceslaus as music director-organist, I became the Artistic Director of the "Nova Praha Vartoai Koncert", which utilized my church choirs as well as being augmented by many other amateur and professional musicians.
Visscher, Wenceslaus Hollar, Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg, William Faithorne, and others, indicate that the Tower's turrets were visible on the horizon, especially from locations northeast of St.
Wenceslaus Rama Makuza, the chief executive of Uganda's Civil Aviation Authority, said no international flights had been diverted to its main airport yet, but one Air Uganda flight had been turned away from Nairobi due to the fire.
Wenceslaus Rama Makuza, the chief executive officer of Uganda's Civil Aviation Authority, said no international flights had been diverted to its main airport yet, but one Air Uganda flight had been turned away from Nairobi due to the fire.
Nine papers from a September 2009 conference in New York City include six in English discussing such topics as Jewish-Christian collaboration in medieval Slavic translations from Hebrew, the afterlife of a Stoic concept in Old Rus', translation and the first Slavic life of Wenceslaus, and Ruthenian ways of (re)translating Russian history from Polish.
This sign too slipped away only to be replaced by another, Wenceslaus --CLOSED, and another, Partition--CLOSED, and another, Bloody Sunday--CLOSED.
In June 1998, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights ordered that the execution of Tony Briggs and Wenceslaus James be suspended as a precautionary measure until it could make a decision on the case, in which there may have been a violation of due process.
929: Wenceslaus of Bohemia, Good King Wenceslas of the carol, was murdered by younger brother Boleslaw.
The composition was known from a 1650s engraving by Wenceslaus Hollar.
6) Also of interest are views such as John Norden's 1593 map of London, showing for the first time Philip Henslowe's Rose playhouse near the Bear Garden on Bankside, and, much later, Wenceslaus Hollar's finely etched panorama, from the "Long View of London from Bankside," published in 1647 but probably sketched between 1636 and 1644 before he was exiled from England.
The trial itself took place in Westminster Hall, which can be shown as it survives today but can also be seen as it looked from the outside in the mid-seventeenth century in an etching by Wenceslaus Hollar and on the inside during the trial itself in other contemporary engravings.