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  2. › wiki › Empty_stringEmpty string - Wikipedia

    Formal theory. Formally, a string is a finite, ordered sequence of characters such as letters, digits or spaces. The empty string is the special case where the sequence has length zero, so there are no symbols in the string.

  3. married Countess Maria Theresa of Waldburg-Zeil-Trauchburg (1901-1967), had issue, including Princess Theresa. Gertrud: 19 November 1900: 20 December 1962: married Count Georg of Waldburg-Zeil-Hohenems (1878-1955), widower of her sister Elisabeth, had issue. Maria Elisabeth: 19 November 1901: 29 December 1936: died unmarried. Clemens Salvator ...

  4. Margaret III, Countess of Flanders (= 17) 7. Agnes of Burgundy: 30. Albert I, Duke of Bavaria (= 18) ... Countess Palatine of Burgundy; Countess of Artois ...

  5. The dispute with the imperial court ended only after the wedding of her eldest daughter with the Emperor; after her marriage, Claudia Felicitas retained the title of Countess of Tyrol. [10] [11] From his first marriage with Infanta Margaret Theresa of Spain , Leopold I had four children (including two sons), but all except the eldest daughter, Archduchess Maria Antonia , died shortly after birth.

  6. Maria Alix Luitpolda Anna Henriette Germana Agnes Damiana Michaela (27 September 1901 – 11 December 1990). Married Franz Joseph, Prince of Hohenzollern-Emden. Anna Monika Pia (4 May 1903 – 8 February 1976). Married firstly Joseph Franz, Archduke of Austria and secondly Reginald Kazanjian.

  7. Countess Juliana Dorothea Louise of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Virneburg Marriage of Victoria and Albert [ edit ] Queen Victoria (who had ascended to the throne on 20 June 1837 and been crowned on 28 June 1838) was married to Prince Albert on 10 February 1840 by William Howley , the Archbishop of Canterbury , in the Chapel Royal of St James's Palace in Westminster (London). [1] (