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Jan Cathedral of en

The Assumption of the Virgin Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral de la Asuncin de Jan) is a Renaissance-style, Roman Catholic cathedral located in Santa Mara Square, opposite the Town Hall and the Episcopal Palace, in the center of Jan, region of Andalusia, Spain.

The current cathedral was conceived in the 16th century to replace the previous 15th century Gothic temple. Construction lasted for several centuries, despite the original idea was kept. The capitular room and the sacristy stand out, which are the masterpiece of Andrs de Vandelvira, and one of the most important works of the Spanish Renaissance. Also outstanding is its main facade, one of the main works of the Spanish Baroque, built after the consecration of the temple in 1660 based on the design of Eufrasio Lpez de Rojas. Likewise, the neoclassical choir stands out due to its beauty and the large number of seats that make it one of the largest in Spain. Once the building works were completed, they continued in the following centuries, mainly in the interior decoration and the chapels. Furthermore, as a consequence of the Lisbon earthquake of 1755, consolidation works were necessary on the north facade, as well as the construction of the Sagrario church.

It is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary since the consecration, in 1246, of the old Mosque of the Muslim city, after its conquest by the holy king Ferdinand III of Castile. Inside it, among other works of art and religious objects, the relic of the Holy Face or La Vernica , specifically the true face of Jesus Christ, which could be captured on the canvas in which Saint Veronica dried her face during his passion. Its kept in the Main Chapel, and a public veneration of the faithful is exposed every Friday.

In 2008, the procedure for the cathedral of Jan to be declared World Heritage Site, considering that it served as a model for the construction of other cathedrals in Spain and the Americas. On January 27, 2012 the Jan Cathedral (extension of the Renaissance monumental complex of beda and Baeza) was inscribed on the Spanish Indicative List of World Heritage Site, in the category of cultural property (No. ref 5667).

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Viz, Adriana, "Enrique Jimnez: Tenemos la intencin de que Msica en Compostela dure una semana ms", El Correo Gallego, 16 August 2009

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Professional wrestling career of en

Juan Barrn made his professional wrestling debut on October 2, 1966 at only 14 years of age, after training under Mexico's most renowned wrestling trainer Diablo Velazco. Barrn adopted a Native American character while wrestling called "Gran Cochisse" ("The Great Cochise") named after the Apache chief Cochise. Gran Cochisse wore the traditional feathered headdresses, facepaint and often carried a tomahawk with him to the ring to support the character. Gran Cochisse formed a regular tag team with Aguila India ("Indian Eagle"), to form a very popular and successful tag team. Together the team held the Occidente (western) Tag Team Championship at least once.

It was not until 1984, a full 18 years after his debut that Gran Cochisse won his first major singles title when he defeated El Satnico on AUgust 18, 1984 to win the NWA World Middleweight Championship. His first reign with the title only lasted 27 days, as he lost it to Satnico on September 14 that same year as part of a long running feud between the two. Cochisse regained the title from Satnico only a few weeks later on September 30, 1984 and held it until November 18, 1984 before losing it to Gran Hamada Gran Cochisse's third and final run with the NWA World Middleweight Championship began on May 18, 1986 when he defeated Chamaco Valaguez to win the title and lasted 152 days, longer than his previous two reigns combined, until he was pinned by Kung Fu on October 17, 1986 and lost the belt. In the latter years of the 1980s Gran Cochisse began working for the Universal Wrestling Association (UWA) where he became the UWA World Junior Light Heavyweight Champion on September 16, 1988 by defeating Blue Panther. His run with the UWA title lasted for 225 days in total, until April 29, 1989 when he was beaten by Ringo Mendoza. In the early part of the 1990s Barrn worked as an enmascarado, or masked, character called Espectro de Ultratumba ("The Ghost from beyond the grave") but by then it was obvious that his career as an active wrestler was winding down. In the late 1990s Gran Cochisse greatly reduced his schedule and began working full-time training wrestlers.

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Le Vaisseau d'Or Christ en Croix of queen bed

Ce fut un grand Vaisseau taill dans l'or massif:Ses mts touchaient l'azur, sur des mers inconnues;La Cyprine d'amour, cheveux pars, chairs nues,S'talait sa proue, au soleil excessif.

Mais il vint une nuit frapper le grand cueilDans l'Ocan trompeur o chantait la Sirne,Et le naufrage horrible inclina sa carneAux profondeurs du Gouffre, immuable cercueil.

Ce fut un Vaisseau d'Or, dont les flancs diaphanesRvlaient des trsors que les marins profanes,Dgot, Haine et Nvrose, entre eux ont disputs.

Que reste-t-il de lui dans sa tempte brve?Qu'est devenu mon coeur, navire dsert?Hlas! Il a sombr dans l'abme du Rve!

Je remarquais toujours ce grand Jsus de pltre

Dress comme un pardon au seuil du vieux couvent,

chafaud solennel geste noir, devant

Lequel je me courbais, saintement idoltre.

Or, l'autre soir, l'heure o le cri-cri foltre,

Par les prs assombris, le regard bleu rvant,

Rcitant Eloa, les cheveux dans le vent,

Comme il sied l'phbe esthtique et belltre,

J'aperus, adjoignant des dbris de parois,

Un gigantesque amas de lourde vieille croix

Et de pltre croul parmi les primevres;

Et je restai l, morne, avec les yeux pensifs,

Et j'entendais en moi des marteaux convulsifs

Renfoncer les clous noirs des intimes Calvaires!

Translation by Konrad Bongard

The gypsum Jesus always stalled me in my stepsLike a curse at the old convent door;Crouching meekly, I bend to exalt an idolWhose forgiveness I do not implore.

Not long ago, at the crickets' hour, I roamed dimMeadows in a restful reverieReciting 'Eloa', with my hair worn by the windAnd no audience save for the trees.

But now, as I lie with knees bent beneath Christ's scaffold,I see his crumbling mortar crossWith its plaster buried in the roses, and am saddened -

For if I listen close enough, I can almost hearThe sound of coal-black nails being wrung inTo his wrists, the savage piercing of Longinus' spear.

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Until 1999 Troutbeck's Christmas Oratorio (1874) was the only complete English version, as was his Magnificat until a new edition was published in 2000.Also brought by him to English-speaking singers and audiences were, amongst others, Beethoven's Mount of Olives, Karel Bendl's Water Sprite's Revenge, Brahms's Song of Destiny, Flicien David's The Desert, Dvok's Mass in D, Patriotic Hymn, Spectre's Bride and St Ludmilla, Gounod's Redemption, and Weber's Jubilee Cantata.His opera translations included Mozart's Cosi fan tutte and Die Entfhrung aus dem Serail, Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice, Iphignie en Tauride, and Iphignie en Aulide, and Wagner's Der fliegende Hollnder.Troutbeck was also a compiler of psalters and hymnals including the Manchester Psalter and Chant Book (1867), the Westminster Abbey Hymn Book (1883) and the Catholic Paragraph Psalter (1894). and from 1870 to 1881 was secretary of the committee translating the Revised Version of the Greek New Testament.------Queen Dowager of queen bedAt the death of her spouse, she intended to continue her political activity by being the advisor to her stepson Francis, the new monarch. Francis was willing, and her authoritarian policy has been considered to contribute to the public discontent which led to the abolishment of the Kingdom of Naples. Francis' spouse Duchess Maria Sophia in Bavaria, however, disputed her influence and Francis had a difficult position in the conflict between his wife and stepmother, without being able to satisfy either. Maria Sophia informed Francis about a plot created by Maria Theresa with the attempt to put the biological son of Maria Theresa on the throne, but Francis chose to believe Maria Theresa when she swore her innocence. It was not until the revolts against the monarchy had already begun that Francis decided to listen to the advice of his wife rather than his stepmother. Maria Theresa was among the first to leave Naples during the revolt: first to Gaeta with her children and advisors, and then to Rome. She resided in the same palace that Francis and Maria Sophia would use when they arrived. She died from cholera, nursed by her stepson Francis, who mourned her greatly------Nicaraguan Revolution of queen bedMany members of the Solentiname community engaged in the revolutionary process through guerrilla warfare that the FSLN had developed to strike at the regime. The year 1977 was crucial to Cardenal's community, when Somoza's National Guard, as a result of an attack to the headquarters stationed in the city of San Carlos a few kilometres from the community, raided Solentiname and burned it to the ground. Cardenal fled to Costa Rica.On 19 July 1979, immediately after the Liberation of Managua, he was named Minister of Culture by the new Sandinista government. He campaigned for a "revolution without vengeance." His brother Fernando Cardenal, also a Catholic priest (in the Jesuit order), was appointed Minister of Education. When Pope John Paul II visited Nicaragua in 1983, he openly scolded Ernesto Cardenal, who knelt before him on the Managua airport runway, for resisting his order to resign from the government, and admonished him: "Usted tiene que arreglar sus asuntos con la Iglesia" ("You must fix your affairs with the Church"). On 4 February 1984 Pope John Paul II suspended Cardenal a divinis because of Cardenal's refusal to leave his political office. This suspension remained in effect until it was lifted by Pope Francis in 2019. Cardenal remained Minister of Culture until 1987, when his ministry was closed for economic reasons.------Discovery of queen bedNiassodon was first described and named by Rui Castanhinha, Ricardo Arajo, Lus C. Jnior, Kenneth D. Angielczyk, Gabriel G. Martins, Rui M. S. Martins, Claudine Chaouiya, Felix Beckmann and Fabian Wilde in 2013 and the type species is Niassodon mfumukasi. The generic name combines the word Niassa, meaning "lake" in Chiyao and the name of the northwestern province in Mozambique where Niassodon was found, with odontos, meaning "tooth" in Ancient Greek. The specific name, Mfumukasi means "queen" in Nyanja, in honor of the members of the local Nyanja matriarchal society and all Mozambican women.Niassodon is known solely from the holotype ML1620, a partial skeleton which is temporarily housed at the Museu da Lourinh, Portugal, and will be returned to the Museu Nacional de Geologia, Maputo, Mozambique. The holotype consists of a complete skull, a mandible, series of 19 dorsal, sacral and caudal vertebrae, ribs, both ilia and a partial femur, from a single individual. It was discovered and collected during a 2009 expedition in the Metangula Graben, under the supervision of Projecto PalNiassa. ML1620 came from an unnamed fossiliferous unit located near Tulo, a small village situated along the Metangula-Cbue road. The fossil bed is composed of a grey mudstone with abundant septaria-like calcareous concretions, dating to the Late Permian.------Strombus of queen bedStrombus is a genus of medium to large sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Strombidae, which comprises the true conchs and their immediate relatives. The genus Strombus was named by Swedish Naturalist Carl Linnaeus in 1758. Around 50 living species were recognized, which vary in size from fairly small to very large. Six species live in the greater Caribbean region, including the queen conch, Strombus gigas (now usually known as Eustrombus gigas or Lobatus gigas), and the West Indian fighting conch, Strombus pugilis. However, since 2006, many species have been assigned to discrete genera. These new genera are, however, not yet found in most textbooks and collector's guides.Worldwide, several of the larger species are economically important as food sources; these include the endangered queen conch, which very rarely also produces a pink, gem-quality pearl.In the geological past, a much larger number of species of Strombus existed. Fossils of species within this genus have been found all over the world in sediments from Cretaceous to Quaternary (age range: 140.2 million years ago to recent).Of the living species, most are in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Many species of true conchs live on sandy bottoms among beds of sea grass in tropical waters. They eat algae and have a claw-shaped operculum.------Present day of queen bedThe only remaining example of a Cardiff town gate is the reconstructed West Gate attached to Cardiff Castle reconstructed by the Bute family, which was constructed in 1860, on the approximate site of the old West Gate, this building is now a Grade II* listed building. It was restored in 1921, probably to its original size and dimensions.The largest remaining section of the town wall now stands in an alleyway behind Queen Street, approximately 10 feet (3.0 metres) high, 19 feet (5.8 metres) long with a width of 4 feet (1.2 metres). It previously had a blue plaque attached to it. A blue plaque of the North Gate still remains on the Northgate Building close by. Another smaller section of the wall supports a flower bed next to Cardiff Castle.Other connections with the town wall that still exist include the thoroughfares Westgate Street and Golate, plus the thoroughfare in St Davids shopping centre called the Town Wall and the Northgate Building, close to the original North Gate. St Davids shopping centre had been built on a boundary of the town wall. So when Oxford Arcade was demolished to make way for St Davids shopping centre, archaeologists tried to find remains of the town wall, as well as Cock's Tower, which was a medieval watchpost and dungeon until around the 16th century.
Introduction to Queen Bed: Papal Views of Queen Bed
Papal views of queen bedIn 1569 Pope Pius V, a Dominican himself, officially established the devotion to the rosary in the Catholic Church with the papal bull Consueverunt Romani Pontifices and in 1571 called for all of Europe to pray the rosary for victory at the Battle of Lepanto.Pope Leo XIII promulgated ten encyclicals on the rosary and instituted the Catholic custom of daily rosary prayer during the month of October. In 1883 he also created the Feast of Queen of the Holy Rosary. In Laetitiae sanctae Leo XIII wrote that he was "convinced that the rosary, if devoutly used, is of benefit not only to the individual but society at large."Pope Pius XII emphasized the benefits of rosary meditations in his encyclical Ingruentium Malorum and wrote:And truly, from the frequent meditation on the Mysteries, the soul little by little and imperceptibly draws and absorbs the virtues they contain, and is wondrously enkindled with a longing for things immortal, and becomes strongly and easily impelled to follow the path which Christ Himself and His Mother have followed.The popes of the 19th and 20th centuries up to Pope Paul VI stressed the Mariological aspects of the rosary. However, in 1974 in his Apostolic Exhortation Marialis Cultus, Pope Paul VI focused more on its traditional meditative, Christocentric nature and stated: "The rosary is therefore a prayer with a clearly Christological orientation."Pope John Paul II built on the Christocentric theme of Pope Paul VI, stating: "The rosary, though clearly Marian in character, is at heart a Christocentric prayer. In the sobriety of its elements, it has all the depth of the Gospel message in its entirety, of which it can be said to be a compendium."He further emphasized the contemplative nature of the rosary and stated that: "The rosary belongs among the finest and most praiseworthy traditions of Christian contemplation."------Deora Chauhans embrace Jainism of queen bedAccording to Karamchandra Vanshavali Prabandh, written in 1593 by Jaysom,After Rana Shree Karan's death in the battle, his wife Queen Ratna Devi along with her four sons - Samdhar, Udharam, Haridas and Veerdas, went to her parent's place (pihar) at Khedinagar (Kheda, Gujarat) for their education and proficiency in art of warfare. Samdhar, a Deora Chauhan, was the first man in his genealogy to convert to Jainism from the saint and scholar of Khartargachh, Shree Jineshwar Suri Maharaj. Thereafter his descendants became merged in the premier merchant community of Oswals and established matrimonial relation with Jain-Oswal community. He chose Bohotra (Bothra) as the name for his clan on the name of his grandfather Bohitya. Samdhar and all his brothers became the followers of Jainism and organised sangh yatra. Thus, he received the title of Sanghpati. Samdhar was blessed by a son named Tejpal.After the death of Bothra Samdhar, Tejpal Bothra became Sanghpati. He gifted gold, horses, elephants, etc. to the King of Gurjar Patan (Anhilpur) and the King pleased with his friendship gifted him some part of his region to administer. He successfully ruled the people and helped the poor and needy by providing alms. Tejpal Bothra was blessed with a son -Vilha Bothra, from his wife Tara Devi Bothra.Later on, Tejpal Bothra took santhara (fast until death - left all food) and died. After his death, Vilha Bothra became Sanghpati. He was very rich but also very philanthropic. He gave generous donations, especially for Jain religion and honoured the sadhvis and shravaks. He had three sons - Kadua Bothra, Dharma Bothra and Nanda Bothra. After Vilha's death, his elder son Kadua Bothra became Sanghpati and went to Chittorgarh to settle down. Later his descendant, Bothra Bachhraj became Dewan of Jodhpur and founding Dewan of Bikaner. Bachhraj Bothra descendants were known as Bachhawats.------Nuptials and offspring of queen bedDon Juan, 1st Duke of Escalona, Grandee of Castile, married three times. His first wife was Angelina de Luna, cousin of the constable lvaro de Luna. The marriage was nullified in 1442. Soon after, he married Mara Enrquez Portocarrero (d. 1470), daughter of Pedro (Martn Fernndez) Portocarrero y Cabeza de Vaca, the fifth Lord of Moguer, and Beatriz Enriquez, daughter of Alonso de Mendoza and Juana Enrquez. Mara thus became, in 1445, Marchioness of Villena. The canonical marriage was valid until 1456, when Pope Callistus III authorised the marriage by the church and the legitimation of children born up to that date.The children of this marriage were:Diego Lpez Pacheco y Portocarrero, who succeeded his father to become The 2nd Duke of Escalona as well as succeeding his father in all his other hereditary titles and status.Pedro de Portocarrero, who inherited the lordship of Moguer and Villanueva del Fresno of his maternal family.Francisca de Pacheco, wife of igo Lpez de Mendoza y Quiones el Gran TendillaBeatriz Pacheco, married c. 1490 Ponce de Len Rodrigo, Marquess of CdizMaria de Pacheco, wife of Rodrigo Alonso Pimentel IV, Count and Duke of BenaventeLuis de PachecoLope de PachecoJuana de PachecoAfter the death of Mara Enrquez, Marchioness of Villena, Juan Pacheco married Mara de Velasco, daughter of Pedro Fernndez de Velasco y Manrique de Lara, and Mencia de Mendoza y Figueroa. A daughter was born of this marriage:Mencia Pacheco, who married Diego de Cardenas Enrquez, Duke of Maqueda I. Juan Pacheco had several children out of wedlock. He had two children with Catalina Alonso Uruea: Juan and Isabel Pacheco. They were legitimized on 25 April 1456, by King Henry IV of Castile: By an unknown woman, he fathered Alonso, Rodrigo, Beatriz, and Leonor.------Tribute of queen bedSeveral schools and libraries of Quebec bear the name of mile Nelligan. Since 1979 the Prix mile-Nelligan has rewarded the authors of a French-language poetry book written by a young poet in North America.On June 7, 2005, the Fondation mile-Nelligan and the City of Montreal inaugurated a bust to his memory in the Carr Saint-Louis. Another monument to his memory stands in Quebec City.The poetry of Nelligan inspired numerous music composers:Andr Gagnon. Nelligan, Toronto: Disques SRC, 2005, 2 disks (Concert recorded at the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier of the Place des Arts in Montral, on February 18 and 19 2005)Gilbert Patenaude. Compagnons des Amriques: potes qubcois mis en musique, Montral: Disques XXI, 2005, 1 diskJean Chatillon. Clair de lune sur les eaux du rve, Bcancour: ditions de l'cureuil noir, 2001 (1 disk)Jacques Htu. Le tombeau de Nelligan: mouvement symphonique opus 52, Saint-Nicolas: Doberman-Yppan, 1995 (1 partition: 44 pages)John Craton. Jardin sentimental: Cinq pomes d'mile Nelligan, Bedford, Ind: Wolfhead Music, 2004, 18 pages.Andr Gagnon and Claude Lveille. Monique Leyrac chante Emile Nelligan, Verdun: Disques Mrite, 1991, 1 diskAndr Gagnon. Nelligan: livret d'opra, Montral: Lemac, 1990, 90 pages (text by Michel Tremblay)Jacques Htu. Les abmes du rve: opus 36, Montral: Socite nouvelle d'enregistrement, 1987, duration 30:21Richard G. Boucher. Anges maudits, veuillez m'aider!: cantate dramatique sur des pomes d'mile Nelligan, Montral: Radio Canada international, 1981, duration 38 min.Omer Ltourneau. Violon de villanelle: choeur pour voix de femmes, Qubec: Procure gnrale de musique enr., 1940 (1 partition: 8 pages)Matthew de Lacey DavidsonQUATRE MLODIES QUBCOISES: Music set to four poems by three Qubcois authors: Albert Lozeau (1878-1924), Blanche Lamontagne-Beauregard (1889-1958), and mile Nelligan (1879-1941), 2012 (1 partition: 44 pages, available from the Canadian Music Centre, The American Composers Alliance, and SOUNZ - The New Zealand Music Centre).------Childhood and Life in France of queen bedMargaret was born on 10 January 1480 and named after her stepgrandmother, Margaret of York. She was the second child and only daughter of Maximilian of Austria (future Holy Roman Emperor) and Mary of Burgundy, co-sovereigns of the Low Countries. In 1482, her mother died and her three-year old brother Philip the Handsome succeeded her as sovereign of the Low Countries, with her father as his regent.The same year her mother died, King Louis XI of France signed the Treaty of Arras, whereby her father promised to give her hand in marriage to Louis's son, Dauphin Charles. The engagement took place in 1483. With Franche-Comt and Artois as her dowry, Margaret was transferred to the guardianship of Louis XI, who died soon after. She was raised as a fille de France and prepared for her future role as Queen of France.Under the supervision of her grande governess Madame de Segr, and fianc's sister-regent, Anne of France or "Madame la Grande", Margaret received a fine education alongside several noble children, amongst whom was Louise of Savoy. Her studies presumably included politics, civic participation, mathematics, geometry, the languages French, Spanish and Italian, literature, rhetoric, etiquette, and music. She was well read, had interest in architecture, played several instruments, and wrote poetry.Although their union was political, the young Margaret developed genuine affection for Charles. However, he renounced the treaty in the autumn of 1491 and married her former stepmother Anne, Duchess of Brittany, for political reasons. The French court had ceased treating Margaret as their future queen early and she couldn't return to her stepgrandmother's court until June 1493 after the Treaty of Senlis had been signed in May that year. She was hurt by Charles's actions and was left with a feeling of enduring resentment towards the House of Valois.------Battle of queen bedSaint-Ovide led the attack on the unprepared British garrison early on 1 January 1709. Fort William was under the command of Major Lloyd with the support of Lt. Timothy Gullye and Lt. Thomoas Phillips, with surgeon William Chalmers also in residence. Launching their attack on Fort William, the older of two fortifications, at 4 to 5 am, equipped with ladders, the attacking force was spotted and alarm given. Lloyd was roused from his bed on the alarm but the fort was quickly overwhelmed. The 160 French, Canadian and Indian force had overrun the 85 or so guarding and occupying the fort. A sally port connecting the old and new fortifications was locked, and the 440 defenders in the new fort were unable to assist in the defense of the other. After a brief resistance, George Vane, leading the defence of the new fort, surrendered. Gunner William I'Anson of Fort William reported numerous failings of the English force, including poor access to powder for their muskets, numerous instances of cowardice and indifference, and most pivotal in his view, a misapprehension concerning the alarm:The calling of the centryes Fire! Fire! did, I believe, amuse ye soldiers in bedd, with ye thoughts of some house in ye new Fort to bee on fire, as had often happened. If they had gott to their armes, they would have given a good acct. of their enemyes, being known to bee generally resolute bold fellows. But one of our most immedyat misfortunes was yt. of those 19 inhabts. then on guard in Fort Wm., so few would meet ye enemy on ye walls, which had they done, they then had given time enough for ye rest to have turned out. On his account, the entire battle lasted about three minutes. He reported that South Castle was taken two days later.
Introduction to Queen Bed: List of "Sumilleres De Corps" to the King of Spain Between 1515 and 1931
List of "Sumilleres de Corps" to the King of Spain between 1515 and 1931 of queen bedSumilleres de Corps to Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, 1516-15561515-1521: Paule de Amersdorf1528-1528: Charles de Poupet, Lord of La Chaulx1531-1556: Joaqun de Rye, Lord of BalanchonSumilleres de Corps to King Philip II, 1556-15981556-1557: Antonio de Rojas y de Velasco1557-1573: Ruy Gmez de Silva, Duke of Pastrana, Grandee of Spain1585-1592: Juan de Acua, Count of Buenda, Grandee of Spain1592-1598: Cristbal de Moura, Count of Castel Rodrigo, Grandee of SpainSumilleres de Corps to King Philip III, 1598-16211598-1599: Cristbal de Moura, Marquess of Castel Rodrigo, Grandee of Spain1599-1618:Francisco de Sandoval y Rojas, Duke of Lerma, Grandee of Spain1618-1621: Cristbal Gmez de Sandoval y de la Cerda, Duke of Uceda, Grandee of SpainSumilleres de Corps to King Philip IV, 1621-16651621-1622: Baltasar de Ziga1622-1626: Gaspar de Guzmn, Count and Duke of Olivares, Grandee of Spain1626-1636: Ramiro Nez de Guzmn, Duke of Medina de las Torres, Grandee of Spain1636-1643: Gaspar de Guzmn, Count and Duke of Olivares, Grandee of Spain1643-1665: Ramiro Nez de Guzmn, Duke of Medina de las Torres, Grandee of SpainSumilleres de Corps to King Charles II, 1665-17011665-1668: Ramiro Nez de Guzmn, Duke of Medina de las Torres, Grandee of Spain1674-1687: Juan Francisco de la Cerda, Duke of Medinaceli, Grandee of Spain1687-1693: Gregorio Mara de Silva y Mendoza, 9th Duke of the Infantado, Grandee of Spain1693-1701: Francisco Pimentel Vigil y Quiones, Duke of Benavente, Grandee of SpainSumilleres de Corps to King Philip V, 1701-17241701-1709: Francisco Pimentel Vigil y Quiones, Duke of Benavente, Grandee of Spain1711: Antonio lvarez de Toledo y Guzmn, Duke of Alba, Grandee of Spain1711-1722: Martn Domingo de Guzmn, Marquess of Quintana del Marco, Grandee of SpainSumiller de Corps to King Louis I, 17241724: Antonio Osorio y Moscoso, Duke of Sanlcar la Mayor, Grandee of SpainSumilleres de Corps to King Philip V, 1724-17461724-1725: Antonio Osorio y Moscoso, Duke of Sanlcar la Mayor, Grandee of Spain1725-1727: Baltasar de Zuiga, Duke of Arin, Grandee of Spain1728-1741: Agustn Fernndez de Velasco y Bracamonte, Duke of Fras, Grandee of Spain ||1741-1746: Juan Pizarro de Aragn, Marquess of San Juan de Piedras Albas, Grandee of SpainSumilleres de Corps to King Ferdinand VI, 1746-17591746-1748: Juan Pizarro de Aragn, Marquess of San Juan de Piedras Albas, Grandee of Spain1748-1757: Sebastin Guzmn de Spnola, Marquess of Montealegre, Grandee of Spain1757-1758: Jos Mara Guzmn Vlez y Ladrn de Guevara, Count of Oate, Grandee of Spain1758-1759: Joaqun Lpez de Ziga y Castro, Duke of Bjar, Grandee of Spain Sumilleres de Corps to King Charles III, 1759-17881759-1783: Jos Fernndez de Miranda Ponce de Len, Duke of Losada, Grandee of Spain1783-1788: Judas Tadeo Fernndez de Miranda Ponce de Len y Villacs, Marquess of Valdecarzana,Sumilleres de Corps to King Charles IV, 1788-18081788-1792: Judas Tadeo Fernndez de Miranda Ponce de Len y Villacs, Marquess of Valdecarzana,1792-1802: Diego Pacheco y Tllez-Girn, Duke of Fras, Grandee of Spain1802-1808: Vicente Mara Palafox Rebolledo Mexia Silva, Marquess of Ariza, Grandee of SpainSumilleres de Corps to King Ferdinand VII, 1808 and 1814-18331808-1809: Ignacio de Arteaga e Idiquez, Marquess of Valmediano, Grandee of Spain ||1809-1812: Juan de la Cruz Belbis de Moncada y Pizarro, Marquess of Blgida, Grandee of Spain || (1)1812-1814: Ignacio de Arteaga e Idiquez, Marquess of Valmediano, Grandee of Spain || (1)1814-1820: Vicente Mara Palafox Rebolledo Mexia Silva, Marquess of Ariza, Grandee of Spain1820-1822: Francisco de Paula Fernndez de Crdoba Lasso de la Vega, Count of la Puebla del Maestre, Grandee of Spain1822-1823: Jos Gabriel de Silva-Bazn y Waldstein, Marquess of Santa Cruz de Mudela, Grandee of Spain1823-1824: Francisco de Paula Fernndez de Crdoba Lasso de la Vega, Count of la Puebla del Maestre, Grandee of Spain1824-1833: Jos Rafael de Silva Fernndez de Hjar, Duke of Hjar, Grandee of SpainSumilleres de Corps to Queen Isabella II, 1833-18681833-1854: Jos Rafael de Silva Fernndez de Hjar, Duke of Hjar, Grandee of Spain1854: Joaqun Fernndez de Crdoba y Pacheco, Marquess of Malpica, Grandee of Spain1854-1856: Luis Carondelet Castaos, Duke of Bailn, Grandee of Spain1856-1865: Vicente Po Osorio de Moscoso y Ponce de Len, Count of Altamira, Grandee of Spain1865-1868: Joaqun Fernndez de Crdoba y Pacheco, Marquess of Malpica, Grandee of SpainSumilleres de Corps to King Alfonso XIII, 1885-19311906-1909: Carlos Martnez de Irujo y del Alcazar, Duke of Sotomayor, Grandee of Spain1909-1925: Andrs Avelino de Salabert y Arteaga, Marquess of la Torrecilla, Grandee of Spain1925-1927: Jos Saavedra y Salamanca, Marquess of Viana, Grandee of Spain1927-1931: Luis Mara de Silva y Carvajal, Duke of Miranda, Grandee of Spain(1) Sumilleres de Corps in exile at Valenay------Life of queen bedWigginton was born at Oundle in Northamptonshire and was educated at the University of Cambridge, under the patronage of Sir Walter Mildmay. He matriculated as a sizar of Trinity College in October 1564, and in 1566 was elected a scholar. He proceeded B.A. in 1569, and was subsequently elected a Fellow, over opposition from the Master John Whitgift who disliked his Puritan views. He commenced M.A. in 1572, having studied divinity, Greek, and Hebrew.On 3 September 1579 Wigginton was instituted to the vicarage of Sedbergh, then in Yorkshire, on the presentation of Trinity College, but found his Calvinism unpopular. In 1581 Edwin Sandys, archbishop of York, wrote concerning Wigginton to his diocesan William Chaderton, bishop of Chester, remarking He laboureth not to build, but to pull down, and by what means he can to overthrow the state ecclesiastical In 1584, when in London, he was appointed to preach before the judges in the church of St. Dunstan-in-the-West. Whitgift, by then archbishop of Canterbury, sent a pursuivant to Wigginton at night while he was in bed, to forbid him to preach and require him to give a bond for his appearance at Lambeth the next day. On his appearance before Whitgift he was tendered an oath ex officio to answer certain articles unknown to him. Wigginton refused, and Whitgift committed him to the Gatehouse Prison, where he remained for over two months. On his release he was admonished not to preach in the province of Canterbury without further licence.In the following year, on the information of Edward Middleton, Whitgift gave orders to Sandys to proceed against Wigginton, and he was in consequence cited before Chaderton and deprived of his living.On 14 March 1586 Wigginton was present at the trial of Margaret Clitherow in York. When the judge sentenced her to peine fort et dure for refusing to plead, Wigginton stood up in court and protested that she should not be put to death on the basis of a child's testimony and that while the Queen's law might allow such a penalty, God's law did not. Wiggington subsequently visited Clitherow in prison and tried to convert her, arguing that his faith gave him an assurance of salvation predestination which she admitted she did not possess, and that the willingness of Catholic priests to die for their faith did not prove its truth, since Protestants had also been martyred under Mary I. Clitherow's biographer Katharine Longley says that Fr John Mush's account of their exchanges suggest that Clitherow respected Wigginton's sincerity but he failed to shake her determination.Later in 1586, while visiting London, he was apprehended by one of Whitgift's pursuivants, brought before the archbishop at Lambeth, and, on refusing the oath again, was committed to the White Lion prison, where he was treated harshly. He was removed to another prison, and, on failing through illness to obey a citation of the archbishop, he was sentenced to deprivation and degradation, in spite of the intercession of Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick and Henry Hastings, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon.On his release and recovery he returned to Sedbergh, but without permission to preach. He did preach, at his own house and elsewhere, gathering large audiences. Whitgift then instigated Sandys to issue an attachment, and Wigginton was arrested by a pursuivant at Boroughbridge and taken to Lancaster Castle. From there on 28 February 1587 he despatched a letter to Sir Walter Mildmay, soliciting his assistance. He was released before December 1588, for in that month he was again arrested in London and brought before the high commissioners at Lambeth on the charge of being concerned in the authorship of the Marprelate tracts. Though he denied the accusation he declined the oath tendered to him, and was committed to the Gatehouse, where he long remained in confinement.During his imprisonment he was nearly involved in the punishment of the fanatic William Hacket, whom he had met at some time during a visit to Oundle, their common birthplace. He became a disciple, and was also the confidant, of another enthusiast, Edmund Coppinger. Around Easter 1591 Hacket came to London and visited Wigginton in prison. Wigginton introduced Hacket to Coppinger, and they found common cause in English ecclesiastical and social reform. It is not clear how far Wigginton was privy to the subsequent plotting, which ended in the suicide of Coppinger and the execution of Hacket. A pamphlet entitled The Fool's Bolt, put into circulation by them, is ascribed to him by John Strype.Around 1592 Wigginton was restored to the vicarage of Sedbergh by the direction of Lord Burghley.The date of Wigginton's death is unknown.
Introduction to Queen Bed | Jan Cathedral of En
Jan Cathedral of enThe Assumption of the Virgin Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral de la Asuncin de Jan) is a Renaissance-style, Roman Catholic cathedral located in Santa Mara Square, opposite the Town Hall and the Episcopal Palace, in the center of Jan, region of Andalusia, Spain.The current cathedral was conceived in the 16th century to replace the previous 15th century Gothic temple. Construction lasted for several centuries, despite the original idea was kept. The capitular room and the sacristy stand out, which are the masterpiece of Andrs de Vandelvira, and one of the most important works of the Spanish Renaissance. Also outstanding is its main facade, one of the main works of the Spanish Baroque, built after the consecration of the temple in 1660 based on the design of Eufrasio Lpez de Rojas. Likewise, the neoclassical choir stands out due to its beauty and the large number of seats that make it one of the largest in Spain. Once the building works were completed, they continued in the following centuries, mainly in the interior decoration and the chapels. Furthermore, as a consequence of the Lisbon earthquake of 1755, consolidation works were necessary on the north facade, as well as the construction of the Sagrario church.It is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary since the consecration, in 1246, of the old Mosque of the Muslim city, after its conquest by the holy king Ferdinand III of Castile. Inside it, among other works of art and religious objects, the relic of the Holy Face or La Vernica , specifically the true face of Jesus Christ, which could be captured on the canvas in which Saint Veronica dried her face during his passion. Its kept in the Main Chapel, and a public veneration of the faithful is exposed every Friday.In 2008, the procedure for the cathedral of Jan to be declared World Heritage Site, considering that it served as a model for the construction of other cathedrals in Spain and the Americas. On January 27, 2012 the Jan Cathedral (extension of the Renaissance monumental complex of beda and Baeza) was inscribed on the Spanish Indicative List of World Heritage Site, in the category of cultural property (No. ref 5667).------Bibliography of enBasadre, Jorge: Historia de la Repblica del Per. 1822 - 1933, Octava Edicin, corregida y aumentada. Tomo 9, 10 y 11. Editada por el Diario "La Repblica" de Lima y la Universidad "Ricardo Palma". Impreso en Santiago de Chile, 1998.Tauro del Pino, Alberto: Enciclopedia Ilustrada del Per. Tercera Edicin. Tomo 14, QUI-SAL. 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Tomo XI: La Repblica Aristocrtica. Primera Edicin. Editor Carlos Milla Batres. Lima, Per, 1984.------Sources of enDebn, Carmen, El Hostal de los Reyes Catlicos en la historia de Santiago, Editorial Everest, 1968Estvez, Jos Luis, "50 aos de 'Msica en Compostela'", El Pas, 9 August 2007Henahan, Donal, "Segovia, master guitarist, dies ", North Carolina Times-News (via New York Times News Service), 4 June 1987La Voz de Galicia, "Los cursos Msica en Compostela celebran sus bodas de oro con 125 alumnos en la capilla del Hostal", 5 August 2007Lpez-Calo, Jos (2001). "Santiago de Compostela". In Root, Deane L. (ed.). The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 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Barrn adopted a Native American character while wrestling called "Gran Cochisse" ("The Great Cochise") named after the Apache chief Cochise. Gran Cochisse wore the traditional feathered headdresses, facepaint and often carried a tomahawk with him to the ring to support the character. Gran Cochisse formed a regular tag team with Aguila India ("Indian Eagle"), to form a very popular and successful tag team. Together the team held the Occidente (western) Tag Team Championship at least once.It was not until 1984, a full 18 years after his debut that Gran Cochisse won his first major singles title when he defeated El Satnico on AUgust 18, 1984 to win the NWA World Middleweight Championship. His first reign with the title only lasted 27 days, as he lost it to Satnico on September 14 that same year as part of a long running feud between the two. Cochisse regained the title from Satnico only a few weeks later on September 30, 1984 and held it until November 18, 1984 before losing it to Gran Hamada Gran Cochisse's third and final run with the NWA World Middleweight Championship began on May 18, 1986 when he defeated Chamaco Valaguez to win the title and lasted 152 days, longer than his previous two reigns combined, until he was pinned by Kung Fu on October 17, 1986 and lost the belt. In the latter years of the 1980s Gran Cochisse began working for the Universal Wrestling Association (UWA) where he became the UWA World Junior Light Heavyweight Champion on September 16, 1988 by defeating Blue Panther. His run with the UWA title lasted for 225 days in total, until April 29, 1989 when he was beaten by Ringo Mendoza. In the early part of the 1990s Barrn worked as an enmascarado, or masked, character called Espectro de Ultratumba ("The Ghost from beyond the grave") but by then it was obvious that his career as an active wrestler was winding down. In the late 1990s Gran Cochisse greatly reduced his schedule and began working full-time training wrestlers.------Le Vaisseau d'Or Christ en Croix of queen bedCe fut un grand Vaisseau taill dans l'or massif:Ses mts touchaient l'azur, sur des mers inconnues;La Cyprine d'amour, cheveux pars, chairs nues,S'talait sa proue, au soleil excessif.Mais il vint une nuit frapper le grand cueilDans l'Ocan trompeur o chantait la Sirne,Et le naufrage horrible inclina sa carneAux profondeurs du Gouffre, immuable cercueil.Ce fut un Vaisseau d'Or, dont les flancs diaphanesRvlaient des trsors que les marins profanes,Dgot, Haine et Nvrose, entre eux ont disputs.Que reste-t-il de lui dans sa tempte brve?Qu'est devenu mon coeur, navire dsert?Hlas! Il a sombr dans l'abme du Rve!Je remarquais toujours ce grand Jsus de pltreDress comme un pardon au seuil du vieux couvent,chafaud solennel geste noir, devantLequel je me courbais, saintement idoltre.Or, l'autre soir, l'heure o le cri-cri foltre,Par les prs assombris, le regard bleu rvant,Rcitant Eloa, les cheveux dans le vent,Comme il sied l'phbe esthtique et belltre,J'aperus, adjoignant des dbris de parois,Un gigantesque amas de lourde vieille croixEt de pltre croul parmi les primevres;Et je restai l, morne, avec les yeux pensifs,Et j'entendais en moi des marteaux convulsifsRenfoncer les clous noirs des intimes Calvaires!Translation by Konrad BongardThe gypsum Jesus always stalled me in my stepsLike a curse at the old convent door;Crouching meekly, I bend to exalt an idolWhose forgiveness I do not implore.Not long ago, at the crickets' hour, I roamed dimMeadows in a restful reverieReciting 'Eloa', with my hair worn by the windAnd no audience save for the trees.But now, as I lie with knees bent beneath Christ's scaffold,I see his crumbling mortar crossWith its plaster buried in the roses, and am saddened -For if I listen close enough, I can almost hearThe sound of coal-black nails being wrung inTo his wrists, the savage piercing of Longinus' spear.
Introduction to Queen Bed | Jan Cathedral of En
Jan Cathedral of enThe Assumption of the Virgin Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral de la Asuncin de Jan) is a Renaissance-style, Roman Catholic cathedral located in Santa Mara Square, opposite the Town Hall and the Episcopal Palace, in the center of Jan, region of Andalusia, Spain.The current cathedral was conceived in the 16th century to replace the previous 15th century Gothic temple. Construction lasted for several centuries, despite the original idea was kept. The capitular room and the sacristy stand out, which are the masterpiece of Andrs de Vandelvira, and one of the most important works of the Spanish Renaissance. Also outstanding is its main facade, one of the main works of the Spanish Baroque, built after the consecration of the temple in 1660 based on the design of Eufrasio Lpez de Rojas. Likewise, the neoclassical choir stands out due to its beauty and the large number of seats that make it one of the largest in Spain. Once the building works were completed, they continued in the following centuries, mainly in the interior decoration and the chapels. Furthermore, as a consequence of the Lisbon earthquake of 1755, consolidation works were necessary on the north facade, as well as the construction of the Sagrario church.It is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary since the consecration, in 1246, of the old Mosque of the Muslim city, after its conquest by the holy king Ferdinand III of Castile. Inside it, among other works of art and religious objects, the relic of the Holy Face or La Vernica , specifically the true face of Jesus Christ, which could be captured on the canvas in which Saint Veronica dried her face during his passion. Its kept in the Main Chapel, and a public veneration of the faithful is exposed every Friday.In 2008, the procedure for the cathedral of Jan to be declared World Heritage Site, considering that it served as a model for the construction of other cathedrals in Spain and the Americas. On January 27, 2012 the Jan Cathedral (extension of the Renaissance monumental complex of beda and Baeza) was inscribed on the Spanish Indicative List of World Heritage Site, in the category of cultural property (No. ref 5667).------Bibliography of enBasadre, Jorge: Historia de la Repblica del Per. 1822 - 1933, Octava Edicin, corregida y aumentada. Tomo 9, 10 y 11. Editada por el Diario "La Repblica" de Lima y la Universidad "Ricardo Palma". Impreso en Santiago de Chile, 1998.Tauro del Pino, Alberto: Enciclopedia Ilustrada del Per. Tercera Edicin. Tomo 14, QUI-SAL. 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Tomo XI: La Repblica Aristocrtica. Primera Edicin. Editor Carlos Milla Batres. Lima, Per, 1984.------Sources of enDebn, Carmen, El Hostal de los Reyes Catlicos en la historia de Santiago, Editorial Everest, 1968Estvez, Jos Luis, "50 aos de 'Msica en Compostela'", El Pas, 9 August 2007Henahan, Donal, "Segovia, master guitarist, dies ", North Carolina Times-News (via New York Times News Service), 4 June 1987La Voz de Galicia, "Los cursos Msica en Compostela celebran sus bodas de oro con 125 alumnos en la capilla del Hostal", 5 August 2007Lpez-Calo, Jos (2001). "Santiago de Compostela". In Root, Deane L. (ed.). The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 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Barrn adopted a Native American character while wrestling called "Gran Cochisse" ("The Great Cochise") named after the Apache chief Cochise. Gran Cochisse wore the traditional feathered headdresses, facepaint and often carried a tomahawk with him to the ring to support the character. Gran Cochisse formed a regular tag team with Aguila India ("Indian Eagle"), to form a very popular and successful tag team. Together the team held the Occidente (western) Tag Team Championship at least once.It was not until 1984, a full 18 years after his debut that Gran Cochisse won his first major singles title when he defeated El Satnico on AUgust 18, 1984 to win the NWA World Middleweight Championship. His first reign with the title only lasted 27 days, as he lost it to Satnico on September 14 that same year as part of a long running feud between the two. Cochisse regained the title from Satnico only a few weeks later on September 30, 1984 and held it until November 18, 1984 before losing it to Gran Hamada Gran Cochisse's third and final run with the NWA World Middleweight Championship began on May 18, 1986 when he defeated Chamaco Valaguez to win the title and lasted 152 days, longer than his previous two reigns combined, until he was pinned by Kung Fu on October 17, 1986 and lost the belt. In the latter years of the 1980s Gran Cochisse began working for the Universal Wrestling Association (UWA) where he became the UWA World Junior Light Heavyweight Champion on September 16, 1988 by defeating Blue Panther. His run with the UWA title lasted for 225 days in total, until April 29, 1989 when he was beaten by Ringo Mendoza. In the early part of the 1990s Barrn worked as an enmascarado, or masked, character called Espectro de Ultratumba ("The Ghost from beyond the grave") but by then it was obvious that his career as an active wrestler was winding down. In the late 1990s Gran Cochisse greatly reduced his schedule and began working full-time training wrestlers.------Le Vaisseau d'Or Christ en Croix of queen bedCe fut un grand Vaisseau taill dans l'or massif:Ses mts touchaient l'azur, sur des mers inconnues;La Cyprine d'amour, cheveux pars, chairs nues,S'talait sa proue, au soleil excessif.Mais il vint une nuit frapper le grand cueilDans l'Ocan trompeur o chantait la Sirne,Et le naufrage horrible inclina sa carneAux profondeurs du Gouffre, immuable cercueil.Ce fut un Vaisseau d'Or, dont les flancs diaphanesRvlaient des trsors que les marins profanes,Dgot, Haine et Nvrose, entre eux ont disputs.Que reste-t-il de lui dans sa tempte brve?Qu'est devenu mon coeur, navire dsert?Hlas! Il a sombr dans l'abme du Rve!Je remarquais toujours ce grand Jsus de pltreDress comme un pardon au seuil du vieux couvent,chafaud solennel geste noir, devantLequel je me courbais, saintement idoltre.Or, l'autre soir, l'heure o le cri-cri foltre,Par les prs assombris, le regard bleu rvant,Rcitant Eloa, les cheveux dans le vent,Comme il sied l'phbe esthtique et belltre,J'aperus, adjoignant des dbris de parois,Un gigantesque amas de lourde vieille croixEt de pltre croul parmi les primevres;Et je restai l, morne, avec les yeux pensifs,Et j'entendais en moi des marteaux convulsifsRenfoncer les clous noirs des intimes Calvaires!Translation by Konrad BongardThe gypsum Jesus always stalled me in my stepsLike a curse at the old convent door;Crouching meekly, I bend to exalt an idolWhose forgiveness I do not implore.Not long ago, at the crickets' hour, I roamed dimMeadows in a restful reverieReciting 'Eloa', with my hair worn by the windAnd no audience save for the trees.But now, as I lie with knees bent beneath Christ's scaffold,I see his crumbling mortar crossWith its plaster buried in the roses, and am saddened -For if I listen close enough, I can almost hearThe sound of coal-black nails being wrung inTo his wrists, the savage piercing of Longinus' spear.
Area Rug Placement and Rug Sizes Under Queen Bed
2. Place rug in front of nightstands: If your rug is not wide enough to cover the distance from the foot of your bed to the wall behind your nightstands, you can place your area rug in front of your nightstands, making sure that your rug runs at least to the foot of your bed and leaves some space in front of your nightstands.My dog went to the bathroom and stained my jute rug. How hard can I scrub it without ruining it?You did not say how large this rug is. If it's not to big you can take it to your local Laundromat and use a big machine and wash it in cool water and dry it on a medium setting on their dryerWe moved our furniture around,now need to be able to plug lamp up in middle of room?suggestions?have area rug?Extension cord or depending on your floor you can drill a hole and plug it from underneathhow do I get red candle wax off a beige office type rug?Just a stab in the dark, but if peanut butter is good for getting gum out of hair........?What is the best way to get grape juice stains out of a rug without putting it in the washing machine?The oxy boost stuff for the Bissell mean green machine. Squirt it on there directly, and blot up with a towel. It got espresso out of white carpetSerious rug burns from crawling after the kids, what can I do to soothe it?Try your baby's lotion. aloe vera. coco butter. if you have none of that, try olive oil.olive oil is a great moisturizer.Has Bernanke threatened congress from auditing the Fed saying he'll pull the rug from under the economy?Bernanke is right. These "audit the fed" sheep do not know what the hell they are talking about, and most could not tell you what the Fed even DOES. The GAO already audits the fed, as does congress. If they want to strengthen their power, that's fine, but for godsakes do not do it while we are in the middle of a massive recession. All it's going to to is politicize the Fed and weaken the worlds faith in the U.S. dollar which could have disasterous effects. Keep in mind that Ron Paul's end game is to abolish the Fed, not to audit it. He's been after this for years, and the only reason Republicans have now gotten behind it (when they never were before) is for political purposes. Republicans have this slash and burn mentality right now that wants our country to fail miserably just so they can say they were right. It is NOT going to happen.Can I put a patterned area rug with a patterned accent chair; the colors are similar but patterns are not?mixed patterns are really cool, just as long as there the same color range. if they are both earthy colored, then great! mixing textures if cool too. happy designing!What size area rug do I need for under my dining rooom table?Should be a minimum of 2 ft per side bigger than the table top. Example. 5x6 table a rug should a 9x10 minimum size to get chairs in and out comfortably. GLWhat colour of curtains and center rug would go well with tiger-patterned couch?i think tara's answer is excellent. i would tend to go with a neutral, b/c dark carpeting shows every little piece of lint or pet hairThe 5 Best Outdoor Rugs (2021 Reviews & Guide)Outdoor rugs provide the foundation for your outdoor space. When designing your outdoor decor, one of the best ways to bring in life and style is through beautifully designed and quality indoor outdoor rugs. There is no question our rugs are exactly what you need to define your space with affordable style. From the creative, bold, and modern designs of Sawgrass Mills to the more traditional yet modern and familiar designs of Colonial Mills. Each rug is guaranteed to add depth and color to your patio or porch and is guaranteed to last. All-weather indoor-outdoor rugs are ordinarily made of weather-resistant polypropylene also known as olefine. They are softness and most durable terrace rugs and area rugs you will ever own. Outdoor living space is really just an extension of your home; when you create an outdoor living room you are essentially adding a room onto your home. You may use this room for entertaining friends and family, or you may just use it as your personal retreat. Either way, your outdoor space should be a comfortable, relaxing place. There are many furniture and accessory choices available that will allow you to decorate this space in any style you choose. Consider little touches like round outdoor area rugs or colorful throw pillows to make it seem more like an indoor room. Read more on throw rugs. Round rugs are unique. They give a warm and creative feeling that is hard to achieve with the classic rectangle that most area rugs come in. By placing one in your garden or patio sitting area, you will make your outdoor environment so much more inviting. You will also want to think about color. Red rugs are a classic choice and can work beautifully with wrought iron patio furniture. Purple area rugs, while unusual, can look especially striking in a green area, and if you have blue, purple, orange, or yellow flowers in your garden, this can be a choice that you will be thrilled within the long run. Take a look at these green rugs for more information You can further go about decorating your outdoor space by choosing furniture that best suits your needs; think of the amount of space you have and whether that space is protected from the elements. Outdoor furniture is usually made of weather-resistant materials, however, if the area is not covered, you may want to think of storing cushions when they are not in use, so they are not left in the rain. Arranging the outdoor furniture is another consideration; think about traffic flow and arrange the furniture in a way that will allow easy maneuverability and conversation. If you have enough space, set them up around your round outdoor area rug for a lovely arrangement. If you already have outdoor furniture, you can update the look with new slipcovers, cushions, or just some colorful throw pillows. For inexpensive options, shop at a patio cushions clearance sale. Lighting and accessories are an important part of an outdoor room; lighting will allow you to use the outdoor space after the sun goes down and accessories can make it more comfortable and cozier. Consider what the area is going to be used for when choosing to light; if space is just for relaxing in the evenings candles or holiday lights can create a tranquil atmosphere. If you are using the space for outdoor dining or playing family games, you may need more light than candles provide. There are many choices for outdoor lighting from wall sconces to weather-resistant table and floor lamps. Accessories can make a big difference in an outdoor room, an outdoor rug can make the floor warmer and add color to the dcor; warm throws can allow you to snuggle up when cooler weather comes and still enjoy the outdoors. There are many things you can do to make your outdoor living space comfortable and useful. Simply rearranging the furniture and adding some accessories may make all the difference in the world. If you are starting from scratch, some prior planning and research will make your decisions easier; and allow you to have an outdoor area you will enjoy for years to come. What Are Outdoor Rugs Made Of? You should make a wise choice whenever you shop even for a seemingly small item like an outdoor rug. That way, you are assured that you get your money's worth. It is not enough that you get just any outdoor rug. Buy a rug that will best suit your needs. To do this, you will need guidelines or standards when you set out to look for outdoor rugs to buy. The guidelines are as follows: You should always take into account the decorative value of the rug that you would like to buy. The rug will be seen by many people and because of this, you should not take its aesthetic quality for granted even if people step on it day in and day out. Below are some criteria for beauty: The initial characteristic that catches the eye of passersby is the color of the outdoor rug. It is the most prominent feature of the rug's appearance. Keep in mind that outdoor rugs are treaded on constantly. As such, the rugs can easily get soiled. The color of the rug should be those that can mask the dirt. The best colors for this purpose are natural colors, like green, orange, and brown. These colors look good even as the rug wears with time. The rug has to have a certain pattern, and should not just be a chaotic insensible combination of colors. The pattern should stand out to make the rug eye-catching. It is likewise important to look at the texture of the rug. The feel of the rug's surface gives you a hint of the workmanship that has been invested in the making of the rug. When you buy a rug, you should make an estimate of the size. While small rugs may look cute and adorable, they cannot provide sufficient coverage when people tread on them. On the other hand, rugs of bigger sizes can accommodate more feet and possess elaborate designs. However, because of their size, the design might distract from the other ornaments in the room. Another important consideration when buying a rug is its durability. You should be able to tell if a rug is durable. Of all the household items, outdoor rugs are one of the most used and abused. Outdoor rugs absorb stress from feet that continuously tread on them every single day. Because of this, you should examine the craftsmanship that went into the making of the rug, as well as the materials that are used to make the rug. That way, you will have an idea as to the resilience of the rug. Make sure that the rug that you intend to buy is within your budget. It is pointless to search for rugs that you cannot afford. Look for an outdoor rug which you know you can buy. Remember to get the most out of your money. While you definitely want a rug that will last you a long time, remember that what you intend to buy is a rug, something that need not cost you a fortune. When looking for an outdoor rug to buy, you must compare one item with another. Make an informed choice and do not just buy out of whim. By doing so, you are able to pick out the rug that is worth your money. An exciting new trend in home fashion is to abandon the closed walls of living and salon areas for the fresh beauty of the outdoors...and make the outdoors as homey and inviting as indoors. Comfortable patio furniture, small bar tables, deck lights... what is missing? Outdoor rugs complete the picture. Indoor-outdoor area rugs that bear heavy wear and outdoor weather yet are still soft, attractive, and easy to care for will create the perfect atmosphere for relaxing and entertaining on that patio, deck, or poolside. There are a number of outdoor rug styles, each with hundreds of designs to choose from. Here are some popular ones: Handmade rugs are the most expensive style, but well worth what you pay for. The depth, detail, and vivid color variety are unmatched by their machine-made counterparts. Soft, long-lasting, and truly exquisite, a handmade indoor-outdoor rug will sweep anyone off their feet. Machine-made rugs are significantly less expensive, lighter weight, yet have comparable durability to the handmade rugs. Usually. Colors tend to be slightly more muted, and designs are more block patterned. They are machine printed designs, you know. A true feeling of the simple outdoors, with full lines of bright colors to liven your outdoor relaxation space. Bamboo does not stand the same wear and tear, so be warned: these are not to be left outdoors full time! Also, make sure you buy bamboo rugs with a nonslip rug pad attached. Outdoor "mats," can be made from recycled plastic, with amazing Persian rug styles, floral designs, Southwestern motifs, geometric patterns...they clean up with a garden hose and live up to all weather. The outdoor sisal rug is a new line to consider as well. Sisal used to be only for the indoors; it would absorb moisture, fade, and wear easily under the sun. Manufacturers have taken the durability and resilience of natural sisal into the outdoors, however, for long-lasting beauty. Stain-resistant and reversible, braided rugs also wash super easily, are soft, and incredibly durable versions of the solid color outdoor rugs. Different braiding techniques and directions give varying textures, all great-looking on that patio deck. When buying your fashionable outdoor rug, remember to look for durability and softness. If you can purchase with warranties, that is by far the best option. Get more information on blue rugs. Color palettes taken from the outdoor elements are beautiful and safe bets; browns, greens, blues, and floral colors you find in your own backyard area will bring your outdoor room truly into the outdoors.Buy the best green rugs for your outdoor decor. Let's take a look at some of the more common materials used in outdoor rugs that makes them suitable to be outside in various weather conditions. Bamboo is a fantastic material used in rugs, both indoor rugs, and outdoor rugs, as well being used in a nearly endless list of other furniture items, as it makes for great raw building material. It's cultivated, harvested, and cured a specific way that tightens the fibers inside at every step of the way to make a highly durable, strong rug. For more about bamboo, see Anji Bamboo Outdoor Rugs. DuraCord Fabric is a trademarked fabric that makes up many types of outdoor furniture. It is a synthetic fiber that is as soft of softer than polyester. It does not collect mildew and it allows for vibrant colors via a specific method of acrylic solution dying. A perk of DuraCord rugs is that they are easy to clean (see Cleaning Outdoor Rugs) and the colors do not fade from the bleach cleaning solution. Additionally, they will not absorb water. Can you imagine how helpful that is when designing a rug to stay outside? Plastic is a versatile material and at first, it might sound odd to think of a rug being based on plastic, but tiny plastic bits can be used to make a very strong rug that is able to withstand the outdoors. Many plastic outdoor rugs are the type that you are able to roll up and easily store. Think of the chain type of rug where each piece spans the length of the rug and is connected via small ropes. Another interesting aspect of using plastic for rugs is that this means you can make entire rugs out of recycled materials. Plastic is one of the most easily recycled materials on the planet, and rug companies have capitalized on this fact to offer products that can be considered both "green", strong, and durable, as well as easy to clean with just water and some cleaning solution. The term "rubber outdoor rugs" does not carry with it much elegance or suave decor does it? Nevertheless, rubber mats and outdoor rugs are one of the most common - and cheap! - outdoor rugs out there on the market. Rubber is especially popular for doormats as they clean easily and can stand the wear and tear of having lets of feet wiped on them. Does this mean all outdoor rugs are made of plastic, rubber, bamboo, or DuraCord rope and fabrics? Absolutely not. These are just some strong materials that are in some rugs and because of their qualities - such as being water-resistant - make them suitable as the basis of an outdoor rug. Out of all the types listed here, I would have to say my favorites are the bamboo rugs and the DuraCord rugs - picking one of these types, you can not go wrong!
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