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  1. Arnold Joost van Keppel, 1st Earl of Albemarle, KG, and lord of De Voorst in Guelders (Gelderland) (Dutch: [ˈɑrnɔl coːst fɑŋ ˈkɛpəl]; baptised 30 January 1670 – 30 May 1718), was a Dutch military leader who fought for King William III of England and became the first Earl of Albemarle.

  2. 01/11/2022 · Upon completion of Keppel REIT’s purchase, the local branch of Keppel Capital would be appointed asset manager of the Ginza 2-chome, meaning the trust would be able to leverage the team’s experience in the local market – including its previous asset enhancement of the Kanda 282 and Meguro Villa Garden office towers in Tokyo – both held by Keppel-managed private funds – and seek ...

  3. William Bentinck had, however, become very jealous of the rising influence of another Dutchman, Arnold van Keppel, and, in 1699, he resigned all his offices in the royal household. He did not forfeit the esteem of the King, who continued to trust and employ him.

  4. Early life. Keppel was born at Wolverhampton, eldest of three children and only daughter of the Hon. Walter Arnold Crispian Keppel (1914–1996), DSC, and Aline Lucy (1918-2007), daughter of Brigadier-General John Harington, CB, CMG, of Chelmarsh Hall, Bridgnorth, Shropshire (son of Sir Richard Harington, 11th Baronet) and Lady Frances Aline, daughter of William Temple-Gore-Langton, 4th Earl ...

  5. Introduction. The Community Land Model is the land model for the Community Earth System Model ().It is a collaborative project between scientists in the Terrestrial Sciences Section and the Climate and Global Dynamics Division at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the CESM Land Model and Biogeochemistry Working Groups.

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    Lateran and Laterano are the shared names of several buildings in Rome. The properties were once owned by the Lateranus family of the Roman Empire. The Laterani lost their properties to Emperor Constantine who gave them to the Catholic Church in 311.