Hohenlohe


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Hohenlohe

(ˈhəʊənˌləʊə; German hoːənˈloːə)
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(Biography) Chlodwig (ˈkloːtvɪç), Prince of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst. 1819–1901, Prussian statesman; chancellor of the German empire (1894–1900)
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The commanders are: Herr General Wimpfen, le Comte de Langeron, le Prince de Lichtenstein, le Prince, de Hohenlohe, and finally Prishprish, and so on like all those Polish names."
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Em finais do seculo, enquanto as antigas formas do carnaval agonizavam nas ruas e pracas de Veneza, as festas privadas se multiplicaram, desde aquela organizada em fevereiro de 1896 por um grupo ligado a Condessa da Ca'Rezzonico, em beneficio da Cruz Vermelha, aos bailes do palacio Albrizzi em SantAponal, no qual os convidados interpretavam quadros vivos (os tableaux vivants), sem esquecer a mascarada em trajes "venezianos" organizada em 1899 pelo principe Frederic de Hohenlohe e pelo pintor Mario Fortuny.
Using previously unexplored sources from Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, and the USA, Karina Urbach unravels the story of top-level go-betweens such as the Duke of Coburg, grandson of Queen Victoria, and the seductive Stephanie von Hohenlohe, who rose from a life of poverty in Vienna to become a princess and an intimate of Adolf Hitler.
Researchers, including Paul Hohenlohe of the University of Idaho, Moscow, have discovered that the green anoles sharing their islands with invaders evolve to be better suited to life higher in the islands' trees--and fast.