Monday, October 30, 2006

organic cotton goods

Liv organic cotton goods are soft luxurious nad affordable and they have a huge range of organic clothing.

Friday, March 18, 2005

Olmütz, Punctation Of

German  Olmützer Punktation   (Nov. 29, 1850), agreement signed at Olmütz (Olomouc, Moravia, in modern Czech Republic) between Prussia and Austria that regulated those two powers' relations. The development leading up to the punctation was triggered when the elector of Hesse in the autumn of 1850 appealed for help against his rebellious subjects; both Austria and Prussia sent troops in response, and these threatened

Thursday, March 17, 2005

Perak, Tun

A leader in the Malay defeat of a Siamese invasion in 1445–46, Tun Perak was made bendahara by Sultan Muzaffar Shah in 1456, when he again led Malacca's forces in a decisive defeat of the Siamese. He

Sunday, March 13, 2005

Scandinavian Literature, 20th-century literary trends

The two greatest early 20th-century novelists

Friday, March 11, 2005

Jharia

Also spelled  Jherria  city and coalfield in southern Bihar state, eastern India. The coalfield lies in the Damodar Valley, covers about 110 square miles (280 square km), and produces bituminous coal suitable for coke. Most of India's coal comes from the Jharia and Raniganj fields in the valley. The coal is worked from open pits, but wages and safety conditions are poor. The miners are usually from local groups

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Scaliger, Joseph Justus

The son of an Italian physician and philosopher, Julius Caesar Scaliger, who immigrated to Agen in 1525, the young Joseph entered school at Bordeaux and

Sunday, March 06, 2005

Clapton, Eric

Clapton was raised by his grandparents after his mother abandoned him at an early age. He began playing the guitar in his teens and briefly studied at the Kingston College of Art. After playing lead guitar with