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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › IBM_1401IBM 1401 - Wikipedia

    The IBM 1401 is a variable-wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on October 5, 1959. The first member of the highly successful IBM 1400 series , it was aimed at replacing unit record equipment for processing data stored on punched cards and at providing peripheral services for larger computers. [1]

  2. Sommaire déplacer vers la barre latérale masquer Début 1 Biographie Afficher / masquer la sous-section Biographie 1.1 Enfance et projets de mariage 1.2 Mariage avec Henri V d'Angleterre 1.3 Reine d'Angleterre 1.4 Veuvage 1.5 Remariage avec Owen Tudor et mort 2 Descendance 3 Ascendance 4 Postérité artistique 5 Références 6 Bibliographie Basculer la table des matières Catherine de France ...

  3. El 21 de marzo de 2022 comenzó el año 1401 del calendario persa [1] (1 Farvardín 1401 - فروردین ۱۴۰۱) . Es el calendario oficial en Irán y Afganistán . «En Irán , la fiesta más grande del año es el Nouruz , día de Año Nuevo...

  4. Johannes Ciconia, también conocido como Iohannes Ciconia, (Lieja, c. 1370 – Padua, entre el 10 de junio y el 12 de julio de 1412), fue un compositor y teórico de la música franco-flamenco de finales de la Edad Media que trabajó la mayor parte de su vida en Italia.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BoomerangBoomerang - Wikipedia

    A boomerang is a throwing stick with certain aerodynamic properties, traditionally made of wood, but boomerang-like devices have also been made from bones. Modern boomerangs used for sport may be made from plywood or plastics such as ABS, polypropylene, phenolic paper, or carbon fibre-reinforced plastics.

  6. In 1418 he became 3rd Earl of Somerset, having succeeded his elder brother Henry Beaufort, 2nd Earl of Somerset (1401–1418), who died unmarried, aged 17, whilst fighting for the Lancastrian cause at the Siege of Rouen in France, under the command of their uncle Thomas Beaufort, Duke of Exeter (1377–1426). French campaign & imprisonment