What are counts?

Some articles on counts, count:

Bench Of Counts Of Westphalia
... The Bench of Counts of Westphalia was one of the four comital benches of the Reichstag in the Holy Roman Empire ... Collectively, the Counts exercised one vote ... was administered by strict rules) are known as "Old Counts," and those added afterwards are known as "New Counts," in a manner exercised similarly by the College of Princes ...
Counts Of Falkenstein (Bavaria)
... The counts of Falkenstein (from 1125 referred to as counts of Falkenstein-Neuburg) were Bavarian nobility ...
Mount Carmel Area School District - Budget - Science It’s Elementary Grant - PreK Counts Grant
... For the 2011 school year, Pre-K Counts was funded at the 2010 levels of $83.6 million statewide in Gov ... Pre-K Counts funding was initiated during the Rendell administration ... In 2007-08 the state funded Pre-K Counts at $75 million ...
Bela Peč Castle - History
... The Counts of Celje had controlled the area - a nexus of important trade routes between Friuli, Carinthia, and the Upper Sava Valley - since 1418, having inherited it from the Counts of Ortenburg ... and smelting furnaces of the upper Sava Valley, a sovereign possession of the Counts and a jealously guarded one because the industry was at the time ...
The Prosecutor V. Radovan Karadžić - The Case Before ICTY
... Karadžić is facing charges on 11 counts for genocide, crimes against humanity and severe breaches of the Geneva Convention for his role in the 1992-1995 Bosnian war, especially for the ... Specifically, it includes one count of a grave breach of the Geneva conventions of 1949, three counts of violations of the laws or customs of war, two counts of genocide and ... to Karadžić to plead "guilty" or "not guilty" to each of the 11 counts ...

Famous quotes containing the word counts:

    In an aphorism, aptness counts for more than truth.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    Talent counts thirty percent; appearance counts seventy.
    Chinese proverb.

    The man who knows it can’t be done counts the risk, not the reward.
    Elbert Hubbard (1856–1915)