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  1. In 1099, David IV refused to pay tribute to the Seljuqs. By 1104, the local king of the eastern Georgia provide of Kakheti, Aghsartan II, was captured by David IV's supporters, reuniting the area. The following year, David IV defeated a Seljuk force in the Battle of Ertsukhi.

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    David (/ ˈ d eɪ v ɪ d /; Hebrew: דָּוִד ‎, Modern: Davīd, Tiberian: Dāwīḏ, "beloved one") was, according to the Hebrew Bible, the third king of the United Kingdom of Israel. In the Books of Samuel, he is described as a young shepherd and harpist who gains fame by slaying Goliath, a champion of the Philistines, in southern Canaan.

  3. David Herbert Richards Lawrence: Nombre en inglés: David Herbert Lawrence: Nacimiento: 11 de septiembre de 1885 Eastwood (Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda) Fallecimiento: 2 de marzo de 1930 Vence (Tercera República Francesa) Causa de muerte: Tuberculosis: Sepultura: D. H. Lawrence Ranch: Nacionalidad: Británica: Familia; Padre: Arthur ...

  4. 02/09/2022 · Boyd is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology—earning both his bachelor of science and master of architecture degrees at the Atlanta school. He began his career at Taylor Anderson/O’Neal Inc., a design and construction firm in Atlanta in 1985. He has also worked at Lord, Aeck & Sargent, Emory University and Parsons Corporation.

  5. David I de Escocia (1083-1153): santo y rey de Escocia. David IV de Georgia (1073-1125): rey de Georgia, expulsó a los turcos selyúcidas de su país. Elredo de Rieval (1110-1167): teólogo y escritor inglés, monje cisterciense. Enrique I de Inglaterra (1068/1069-1135): rey de Inglaterra, hijo de Guillermo el Conquistador.

  6. 08/03/2021 · In this part, references to the EAR are references to 15 CFR chapter VII, subchapter C. This part contains prohibitions against exports, reexports, and selected transfers to certain end users and end uses as introduced under General Prohibitions Five (End use/End users) and Nine (Orders, Terms, and Conditions), unless authorized by BIS.