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  1. Anthropocalypse (2000 AD Progs 1756–1763) Perfect Day (2000 AD Progs 1880–1887) A Dying Art (2000 AD Progs 2050–2058) Fall of the House of Vista (2000 AD Progs 2139–2148) 25 June 2021 100 106 The V.C.s: Volume 2 The V.C.s: Book II (2000 AD Progs 1327–1335) Book III (2000 AD Progs 2004, 1371–1379)

  2. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › BombusBombus - Wikipedia

    Bombus Latreille, 1802 è un genere di insetti imenotteri della famiglia Apidae, comunemente noti come bombi. È l'unico genere della tribù Bombini.. Allo stesso modo delle api, i bombi raccolgono il nettare e il polline per nutrizione.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › KamarupaKamarupa - Wikipedia

    (450 BC – AD 489) Shaishunaga dynasty (424–345 BC) Nanda Empire ... (1499–1763) Koch Kingdom (1515–1947) Early modern period (1526–1858) Mughal ...

  4. Gravataí foi originalmente fundada em 1763, embora a emancipação oficial tenha vindo somente em 1880. A versão de sua etimologia é a de que o nome seja uma junção entre o nome de uma espécie de Apiácea (antiga Umbelífera), gravatá , que existia em abundância na região, e a palavra hy , que na língua guarani significa rio . [ 10 ]

  5. After 663-665 AD, the Arabs launched an invasion against Kapisa, Zabul and what is now Pakistani Balochistan. Abdur Rahman b. Samurra besieged Kabul in 663 AD, while Haris b Marrah advanced against Kalat after marching through Fannazabur and Quandabil and moving through the Bolan Pass.

  6. Two suggestions for a new motto are A mari ad mare ad mare (from sea to sea to sea) and A mari usque ad maria (from the sea to the other seas). [11] [12] The expanded informal version of the motto ("from sea to sea to sea") is used in speeches and writings about Canada, representing inclusiveness toward northern residents and the growing significance of the Arctic in Canada's political and ...

  7. Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte was born on 26 January 1763 in Pau, the capital of the province of Béarn in the southwestern part of the Kingdom of France. He was the son of Jean Henri Bernadotte (1711–1780), prosecutor at Pau, and his wife (married at Boeil, 20 February 1754) Jeanne de Saint-Jean (1728–1809), niece of the lay abbot of Sireix.