Battle of Baugé

Battle of Baugé Part of the Hundred Years’ War Battle of Baugé Date 22 March 1421 Location Baugé, France Result Franco-Scottish victory Belligerents Kingdom of France Kingdom of Scotland Kingdom of England Commanders and leaders John Stewart, 2nd Earl of Buchan, Gilbert de Lafayette, Marshal of France Thomas of Lancaster, […]

Lucie

For other uses, see Lucie (disambiguation). Lucie Pronunciation English /ˈluːsiː/ LOO-see, French: [lysi] Gender Female Origin Word/name Latin Meaning Light Region of origin Latin Other names Related names Lucy, Luci, Luce, Lucia, Lucey, Lucio, Lucile, Luciana, Luciano, Lucinda, Luca Popularity see popular names Lucie is the French and Czech form of […]

List of MCLA teams

This is a list of colleges and universities in the United States (and one school in Canada) which sponsored a men’s lacrosse team that belonged to the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association in 2015. Per MCLA rules, a University or College with fielding an NCAA Division I FBS football team must […]

Maribor Branik

Maribor Branik or Branik Maribor may refer to: NK Branik Maribor, an association football club established in January 1949 and dissolved in August 1960 NK Maribor, an association football club established in December 1960, who joined MŠD Branik sports organization in 1988 OK Nova KBM Branik, a women’s volleyball club […]

New Spanish Two Step

“New Spanish Two Step” Song by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys Form Western swing Writer(s) Traditional Lyricist(s) Bob Wills/Tommy Duncan Language English “New Spanish Two Step” is a Western swing standard based on a traditional fiddle tune, “Spanish Two Step,”[1] which was one of Bob Wills and His Texas […]

Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska Line

Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska Line Overview Type Rapid transit System Kiev Metro Locale Kiev, Ukraine Termini Heroiv Dnipra Teremky Stations 17 Operation Opened 17 December 1976 Operator(s) Kyivskyi Metropoliten Technical Line length 20.95 km Track gauge 1,520 mm (4 ft 11 27⁄32 in) Route map Legend Obolon Depot-2 Heroiv Dnipra Minska Obolon Petrivka • Kiev-Petrivka Railway Station Tarasa Shevchenka […]

Jacob van Gelderen

Jacob van Gelderen Born (1891-03-10)March 10, 1891 Died May 14, 1940(1940-05-14) (aged 49) Nationality Netherlands Field Macroeconomics School or tradition Marxian economics Jacob van Gelderen (March 10, 1891, Amsterdam – May 14, 1940, The Hague) was a Dutch economist. Alongside Salomon de Wolff, he proposed the existence of 50- to 60-year long […]