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Eßweiler - Economy and Infrastructure - Economic Structure
... Handicrafts arose insofar as they were needed to support the main endeavour, farming ... Besides this Wandermusikantentum, though, another musical enterprise also arose in Eßweiler, albeit on a small scale ... In the 18th and 19th centuries, many mines arose around Eßweiler ...
History Of Oriental Orthodoxy - Modern Days
... today, in no way affect or touch the substance of their faith, since these arose only because of differences in terminology and culture and in the various formulae adopted by different ... the sad divisions and schisms that subsequently arose between us concerning the doctrine of Incarnation ... in interpretation of such a doctrine which arose at the time of the Council of Chalcedon ...
Sievering - Geography
... Sievering arose on the banks of the Arbesbach ... Obersievering and Untersievering arose when the winegrowing subjects of local landowners settled around the Meierhöfe in both towns ... under the names Ober-Sufferingen and Under-Sufferingen it is not clear which of the two arose first ...
Föckelberg - History - Middle Ages
... Just when Föckelberg first arose as a village cannot be determined today ... Places with names ending in —berg only arose, going by what is commonly known, quite late, often only in the 10th century ... Out of part of this swath of territory arose the new County Palatine of Zweibrücken, which in the fullness of time came to be known as the Duchy of Palatinate-Zweibrücken ...
Frisian Islands - Origins - Island Forming
... They arose along the breakers' edge where the water surge piled up sediment, and behind which sediment was carried away by the breaking waves ... Over time, shoals arose, which finally were only covered by infrequent storm floods ... On the other hand, the North Frisian Islands arose from the remains of old Geestland islands, where the land was partially removed by storm floods and water ...

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    [T]he minister preached a sermon on Jonah and the whale, at the end of which an old chief arose and declared, “We have heard several of the white people talk and lie; we know they will lie, but this is the biggest lie we ever heard.”
    —Administration in the State of Miss, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)