per Armeniam), 6th-century Byzantine/East Roman general Martinus
(son of Heraclius), 7th-century Byzantine/East...
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Portal. Hung Medien. Retrieved
4 June 2016. For "Elektrisk": "norwegiancharts.com - Marcus
Luther, OSA (/ˈluːθər/; German: [ˈmaʁtiːn ˈlʊtɐ] (listen); 10 November
1483 – 18 February
1546) was a German professor
of theology, priest, author...
to as Martinus
, (August 11th 1890 – March
8th 1981) was a Danish mystic
teacher. Some of the main points
- Po****r colonial legends include
an ox named
by Rudolphus Martinus
Brits, one of the pioneer farmers
that was taken
by a lion near a fountain...
- innocent, Martinus threatened resignation
but this only resulted
in accusations being
made at him directly
as well. In desperation, Martinus attacked
- Martinus Willem Beijerinck
(Dutch pronunciation: [maɹˈtinʏs ˈʋɪləm ˈbɛiə̯rɪnk], 16 March
1851 – 1 January
1931) was a Dutch microbiologist
- Rutgerus Johannes Martinus
(anglicised to van Nistelrooy; born 1 July 1976) is a Dutch football coach
player. He is currently...
of the Byzantine Empire
from c. 638–September/October 641. Martinus
was the son of Emperor Heraclius
- Czechoslovakia. For this, Martinů
by the ****s and sentenced
in absentia. In 1940, as the German
Paris, the Martinůs
fled. They were...