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Bob Rose (footballer) - Quotations
... and we were almost playing on clay grounds..." Preceded by Phonse Kyne Copeland Trophy winner 1949 Succeeded by Charlie Utting Preceded by Charlie ...
Christian Albrecht Bluhme
... Political offices Preceded by — Trade Minister of Denmark 22 March 1848 – 15 November 1848 Succeeded by — Preceded by Holger Reedtz Foreign Minister of Denmark 18 October 1851 – 12 December 1854 Succeeded by ...
Sinugra - Present Status
... Preceded by Dhamubhai Vadher Village Sarpanch 2007 – Till Date Succeeded by Bharatbhai Taunk Preceded by Unknown Village Talati 2003 – Present Succeeded by Incumbent Preceded by Unknown ...
Rodney Dennys - Publications
... Heraldic offices Preceded by Walter Verco Rouge Croix Pursuivant 1961 – 1967 Succeeded by Hubert Chesshyre Preceded by Michael Trappes-Lomax Somerset Herald 1967 – 1982 Succeeded by ...
Gabriel Louis Angoulvant - Titles
... Government offices Preceded by Alfred Albert Martineau Governor General of French Somaliland (Acting) 13 April 1900–6 December 1900 Succeeded by Adrien Jules ...

Famous quotes containing the word preceded:

    A strange effect of marriage, such as the nineteenth century has made it! The boredom of married life inevitably destroys love, when love has preceded marriage. And yet, as a philosopher has observed, it speedily brings about, among people who are rich enough not to have to work, an intense boredom with all quiet forms of enjoyment. And it is only dried up hearts, among women, that it does not predispose to love.
    Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (1783–1842)

    The poet’s, commonly, is not a logger’s path, but a woodman’s. The logger and pioneer have preceded him, like John the Baptist; eaten the wild honey, it may be, but the locusts also; banished decaying wood and the spongy mosses which feed on it, and built hearths and humanized Nature for him.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The heritage of the American Revolution is forgotten, and the American government, for better and for worse, has entered into the heritage of Europe as though it were its patrimony—unaware, alas, of the fact that Europe’s declining power was preceded and accompanied by political bankruptcy, the bankruptcy of the nation-state and its concept of sovereignty.
    Hannah Arendt (1906–1975)