|NOUN || a son-in-law | sons-in-law |
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- Anatoli was the son-in-law (and possibly also the brother-in-law) of Samuel ibn Tibbon, a well-known translator of Maimonides.
- Bayer called it "Apis Indica" while fellow astronomers Johannes Kepler and his son-in-law Jakob Bartsch called it "Apus" or "Avis Indica".
- Rabbi Yudel Rosenberg (1859–1935) which purported to be an eyewitness account by the Maharal's son-in-law, who had helped to create the Golem.
- Hausdorff's library was sold by his son-in-law and sole heir, Arthur König.
- Early biographers, including his son-in-law James T.
- was a noble Frankish poet who was educated under Alcuin and served Charlemagne as a secretary, diplomat, and son-in-law.
- He had previously met at least twice to discuss Russian sanctions with Rinat Akhmetshin, a former Soviet spy "who met with President Trump's son, son-in-law and campaign manager in June 2016".
- The remaining Dubliners were expelled in 902 by Flann Sinna's son-in-law Cerball mac Muirecáin, and soon afterwards appeared in western and northern Britain.
- He was succeeded by his son-in-law, Laurits Christian Meulengracht, who ran the brewery for almost thirty years, expanding it further before selling it to "Østjyske Bryggerier", another brewing firm.
- Claudius's son-in-law Pompeius Magnus was executed for his part in a conspiracy with his father Crassus Frugi.
- He rushed to the northwest to rescue his son-in-law.
- One of the most well known of them was Octavius Mamilius (died 498 BC), princeps of Tusculum and son-in-law of Lucius Tarquinius Superbus the seventh and last king of Rome.
- During World War II, the company was led by Schueg's son-in-law, José "Pepin" Bosch. Pepin founded Bacardi Imports in New York City, and became Cuba's Minister of the Treasury in 1949.
- At his death, the duchy passed to his son-in-law John Sigismund, Margrave of Brandenburg, combining the two territories under a single dynasty and forming Brandenburg-Prussia.
- An estate at Abercarn was owned by the ironmaster Richard Crawshay; in 1808, it passed to his son-in-law, the industrialist and politician Benjamin Hall.
- His son, Ferdinand I of Castile also took the title in 1039.
- A significant professor of Dewey's at the University of Vermont was Henry Augustus Pearson Torrey (H. ...
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