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  2. The 1549 Book of Common Prayer was a temporary compromise between reformers and conservatives. It provided Protestants with a service free from what they considered superstition, while maintaining the traditional structure of the Mass. It was criticised by Protestants for being too susceptible to Roman Catholic re-interpretation.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Edward_VIEdward VI - Wikipedia

    The council was first led by his uncle Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (1547–1549), and then by John Dudley, 1st Earl of Warwick (1550–1553), who from 1551 was Duke of Northumberland. Edward's reign was marked by economic problems and social unrest that in 1549 erupted into riot and rebellion.

  4. La sinergia, hace referencia a un fenómeno por el cual actúan en conjunto varios factores, o varias influencias, observándose así un efecto conjunto adicional del que hubiera podido esperarse operando independientemente, dado por la concausalidad, [1] a los efectos en cada uno.

  5. Territorio. L'arcidiocesi comprende tutta la città di Napoli ad eccezione dei quartieri occidentali (vedi diocesi di Pozzuoli) nonché i comuni di Afragola, Arzano, Boscotrecase, Calvizzano, Casalnuovo di Napoli (in parte: vedi anche diocesi di Acerra e diocesi di Nola), Casavatore, Casoria, Cercola, Ercolano, Marano di Napoli (in parte: vedi anche Diocesi di Pozzuoli), Massa di Somma, Melito ...

  6. On January 22, 2009, he and the rest of the crew of Flight 1549 were awarded a Masters Medal by the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators. A ceremony for Sullenberger was held on January 24, 2009, in Sullenberger's hometown of Danville, California , where he was presented with awards including Danville's "Key to the Town", [37] and was named an honorary Danville police officer . [51]

  7. Ulrico Zuinglio o Zwinglio, en alemán Huldrych o Ulrich Zwingli (Wildhaus, Suiza, 1 de enero de 1484 - Kappel am Albis, 11 de octubre de 1531) fue el líder de la Reforma Protestante suiza y el fundador de la Iglesia Reformada Suiza.