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  1. Watching his kingdom slip into chaos, George II ceded the crown to his 16-year-old son David in 1089. Although the historical tradition founded by Prince Vakhushti in the 18th century and followed by Marie-Félicité Brosset in the 19th states that David succeeded George upon his death, a number of surviving documents suggest that George died around 1112, and that although he retained the ...

  2. Entering 1120, David IV became more expansionist. He invaded the neighbouring Shirvan area and the town of Qabala. From there, he began to successfully attack the Seljuk in the eastern and southwestern areas of Transcaucasia. In 1121, Sultan Mahmud b. Muhammad declared a holy war on Georgia. but David IV defeated his army at the Didgori.

  3. 16/04/2013 · This publication describes and illustrates 48 grasses and 10 sedges native to Georgia. It is not the intent of the authors to describe all native grasses and sedges, but those that are most widespread or those having practical application for wildlife habitats, erosion control, restoration projects or landscape culture.

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  5. the law firm of Smith, Hawkins, Hollingsworth & Reeves, LLP in Macon has served the needs of businesses, financial institutions and individuals throughout Georgia. The firm’s attorneys have a unique depth and breadth of knowledge in their practice areas which include residential and commercial real estate, corporate/business law, estate planning, and taxation.

  6. 03/06/2004 · David Alan Swails had been wanted on charges of resisting law enforcement, armed robbery, burglary, theft, battery resulting in bodily injury and probation violation. May 21, 2021 - Members of the U.S. Marshals Mountain State Fugitive Task Force arrested Sumpun Jerles, of Martinsburg, West Virginia, yesterday.

  7. I, the undersigned, have been informed that Federal regulations under 49 CFR 1572.11(c) impose a continuing obligation to disclose to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) within 24 hours if I am convicted of, wanted, under indictment, or found not guilty by reason of insanity of any disqualifying crime, or adjudicated as lacking mental capacity or committed to a mental institution ...