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Louis I

(ˈluːɪ; French lwi)
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(Biography) known as Louis the Pious or Louis the Debonair. 778–840 ad, king of France and Holy Roman Emperor (814–23, 830–33, 834–40): he was twice deposed by his sons
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Noun1.Louis I - third son of Charlemagne and king of France and Germany and Holy Roman Emperor (778-840)Louis I - third son of Charlemagne and king of France and Germany and Holy Roman Emperor (778-840)
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He had been invited to Munich by King Ludwig I in 1864, but his presence in Bavaria aroused opposition.
But this celebrated creation was not alone, for the nawabs themselves built palaces and villas that combined elements from both East and West, while, as in Ludwig I's Munich, there was also a culture of copying foreign buildings.
Excerpts from interviews with these four men are interspersed with shots of riverscapes--some sublime and bucolic, some postindustrial and polluted--and points of interest along the route: residents of Vokovar, Croatia, marching in remembrance of the Serb's 1991 attack on their city; May Day celebrations in Hungary; Walhalla, King Ludwig I's monument to Germanic greatness: the empty, debris-strewn lecture hall at Freiburg.
A human resources (HR) veteran with experience in financial services and technology, Ludwig is responsible for developing the company's long-range people strategy and implementing HR programs and policies bankwide.
Schmidt Karl Ludwig is focused on providing their customers with information that will help them make better investment decisions.
Ludwig is our hero but he can get bored so we give him toddlers' toys to play with."