They also focused on the noble gases, measuring tiny amounts of noble gases from meteorites.
The noble privileges of 1582 decreed that a noblewoman who married a non-noble man should lose all her hereditary land to her nearest co-inheritor, for example her brother.
In order to distinguish themselves from bearers of regionally frequent non-noble surnames containing "von", nobles in Northern Germany continue the royal Prussian military practice of abbreviating the noble "von" to "v."
Sitenimoa Valevale, styled Lord Nuku, is a Tongan noble, politician, and Cabinet Minister. He represents the ʻEua noble constituency in the Legislative Assembly.
The Theresian Institution of Noble Ladies, officially the Imperial and Royal Theresian Stift for Noble Ladies in the Castle of Prague, was a Catholic monastic chapter of secular canonesses in Hradčany that admitted women from impoverished noble families from 1753 until 1918.
"Noble's Book" is a supplement for the second edition of "Pendragon", and this indexed manual covers whatever a noble player character may encounter.
Noble gases are frequently used in tubes for many purposes, from lighting to switching.
Roos af Hjelmsäter is a Swedish noble family of Norwegian noble and royal origin. It is among the few of Norway's medieval noble families still living.
Adalbert is a German given name which means "noble bright" or "noble shining", derived from the words "adal" (meaning noble) and "berht" (shining or bright).
In chemistry, noble gas compounds are chemical compounds that include an element from the noble gases, group 18 of the periodic table.
A list of noble titles for different European countries can be found at Royal and noble ranks.
In another occasion, Maximilian noticed that the ladder Dürer used was too short and unstable, thus told a noble to hold it for him.
Adelswärd was a Swedish noble family, introduced at Riddarhuset as noble family number 1707, which consists of two lines, related through female line.
The fungus requires specific conditions to produce "noble rot"; if it is too damp, the same fungus causes destructive "grey rot".
By 1904 [...] of noble land was mortgaged to the noble bank.
In 1855, she was granted a title of "Noble Lady Qing" ([...]; "qing" meaning "glad").
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