John III


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John III

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1. (Biography) 1507–57, king of Portugal (1521–57): his reign saw the expansion of the Portuguese empire overseas but the start of economic decline at home
2. (Biography) surnamed Sobieski. 1624–96, king of Poland (1674–96). He raised the Turkish siege of Vienna (1683)
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Rednour and her husband John have two children, Lauren, age 11, and John III, age 8 ...
(http://jesuitsources.bc.edu/the-letters-and-instructions-of-francis-xavier/) Francis Xavier , the first Jesuit missionary to India and Japan, sent letters not only to his religious superiors in Rome and Portugal but also to Portuguese King John III, (https://www.bc.edu/content/dam/files/libraries/pdf/frances-xavier-catalog.pdf) from 1542 to 1552 .
On the left is King John III in the guise of the Roman god Jupiter and on the right Catherine as Jupiter's wife (and sister) Juno.
and his kid John III were driving down the freeway.
and his boy John III were driving down the freeway.
The five so-called Rockefeller brothers wielded business, social, political influence in the US for a century: John III a philanthropist, Nelson a US vice president, Laurance a venture capitalist, Winthrop a governor, and David a banker.
He is survived by his sister, Irene; sons John III and Michael, and five grandchildren.
John III became president of the company in 2002, but his father was still deeply involved with the family business.
Later, with king John III (1521-1557), the parade became definitely a vital component of the royal propaganda, and the Crown was progressively more aware of the political importance of the luxury displayed in these rites (8).
Working alongside him are sons Beau (VP E-Cornmerce & Marketing), John III (VP Sales & Merchandising), Brian (C00) and Ted (President).
Until an army under Polish King John III arrived and drove the Turks away.