- (Latin: Anulus
piscatoris; Italian: Anello
Piscatorio), also known
as the Piscatory
Ring, is an official
part of the regalia
worn by the Pope, who is head...
- Théobald Émile Arcambal-Piscatory
– 18 November
1870, Paris) was a French statesman
and diplomat. The son of François Hyacinthe
at the Congress
of Vienna; the two others, Julie
Zulmé and Antonine Piscatory
, were born in 1826 and 1827). She became duchess
on 28 April...
- were personified
in their three legates
in Athens: the French Theobald Piscatory
, the Russian Gabriel
Catacazy, and the English Edmund
Lyons. They informed...
- The company's name during socialism
was "Ribnjak" (in Serbian) meaning
" or "fishery", and when it was privatized
"Trofta" (in Albanian)...
- Also on the property
are the contributing
stables, a concrete piscatory
, an old stone
spring, a brick
basin, a dam, and granite
gate posts. It...
- statue"". Radio
2014. ****mins, George
M. The Piscatory
Notebook. "Editor's Note". Brecht Collected Plays
7. p. 290. Koestler...
to Sorrow's Joy (1603). His pastoral
drama, Sicelides, or Piscatory
(1614) for performance before James
I, but only produced
for her hospitalized friend
Agnes. Sophia obtains
the pope's piscatory
ring and hopes
it for the blessing, but at Dorothy's insistence...
- Cult of Competency" and "Industrial Management
in a Republic". (1771). Piscatory
Eclogues, with other Poetical Miscellanies