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  1. María de las Mercedes de Orleans; Reina consorte de España: Reinado; 23 de enero - 26 de junio de 1878: Predecesor: María Victoria dal Pozzo: Sucesor: María Cristina de Habsburgo-Lorena: Información personal; Nombre secular: María de las Mercedes Isabel Francisca de Asís Antonia Luisa Fernanda de Todos los Santos: Otros títulos: Infanta ...

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    FARMACOPEA ARGENTINA SÉPTIMA EDICIÓN Ministerio de Salud de la Nación Secretaría de Políticas, Regulación e Institutos ANMAT Administración Nacional de Medicamentos, Alimentos y Tecnología Médica

  3. María Luisa Isabel died four-five months later. Death. Maria Isabel was pregnant soon after the birth of María Luisa Isabel, but the birth was indeed a difficult one: the baby was in breech and the physicians soon found that the child had died. Maria Isabel stopped breathing soon thereafter and the doctors thought she was dead.

  4. María Luisa was notoriously reputed to have had many love affairs. The most infamous of them was with the prime minister Manuel de Godoy, whom contemporary gossip singled out in particular as a long-time lover; in 1784 a member of the guard, he was promoted through several ranks when Charles and Maria Luisa succeeded to the throne, and was appointed prime minister in 1792.

  5. Tudo começa com José Ortiz Pool e María del Carmen Velasco Gutiérrez, pais de José Luis Ortiz Velasco, ovietense e avô da princesa. Um dos avôs foi Diego Pool Cornforth, nascido James Pool em Tipton [desambiguação necessária], do condado de Staffordshire, uma cidade perto de Birmingham, na Inglaterra.

  6. 11/08/2022 · The history of arbitration in the Principality of Andorra began with two arbitration procedures in the years 1278 and 1288 which led to the signing, between the Bishop of Urgell and the Earl of Foix, of the Paréages which created the Principality.

  7. 01/07/2022 · Though the world is in a constant state of flux, the last few years have been particularly taxing on the global economy. As the world emerges from a pandemic, it has lurched into a state of geopolitical tension arguably not seen since the end of the Cold War.