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  Italian Plague of 1629-1631 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Italian Plague of 1629-1631 was a series of outbreaks of bubonic plague from 1629 through 1631 in northern Italy.
This epidemic, often referred to as Great Plague of Milan, claimed the lives of approximately 280,000 people, with the cities of Lombardy experiencing particularly high death rates.
This was followed by a second wave in the spring and summer of 1631.
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 Battle of Breitenfeld (1631) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Battle of Breitenfeld was the first major Protestant victory in the Thirty Years' War.
In late August 1631, the Imperial Commander Johann Tserclaes, Graf von Tilly invaded Saxony in hopes of forcing the ruler of the Electorate of Saxony, John George I to abandon an alliance he planned to conclude with Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden.
Gustavus Adolphus responded by uniting his army with the elector's forces, hoping to fight Tilly and force him to leave Saxony.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battle_of_Breitenfeld_(1631)   (773 words)

  
 USCA1 Opinion 04-1631
Section 1631 directs a district court to transfer a case in which there is "a want of jurisdiction,.
Gaffney argues that transfer of the claims against him would be improper under 28 U.S.C. ยง 1631 because that statute "directs a court to transfer an 'action' over which it lacks jurisdiction, rather than an individual claim." Hill, 795 F.2d at 1070.
We note that there is a debate over whether 28 U.S.C. provides for transfers only where a federal court lacks subject matter jurisdiction, or whether it also applies where other types of jurisdiction are lacking, including personal jurisdiction.
www.ca1.uscourts.gov /cgi-bin/getopn.pl?OPINION=04-1631.01A   (3114 words)

  
 1631 in science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The year 1631 in science and technology included many events, some of which are listed.m
See also: 1630 in science, other events of 1631, 1632 in science, list of years in science.
Richard Lower, English physician and physiologist who performed the first direct transfusion of blood (died 1691)
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/1631_in_science   (90 words)

  
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However, NAT translates the source address 10.33.96.5 of the IP header with the globally unique 198.76.29.7 Egevang & Francis [Page 3] RFC 1631 Network Address Translator May 1994 before the package is forwarded.
The only tricky part is determining whether the addition resulted in a wrap-around (in either the positive or negative direction) of the checksum.
If a host is abusing the Internet is some way (such as trying to attack another machine or even sending large amounts of junk mail or something) it is more difficult to pinpoint the source of the trouble because the IP address of the host is hidden.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1631.txt?number=1631   (2740 words)

  
 RFC 1631 (rfc1631)
Thanks to Jacob Michael Christensen for his comments on the idea and text (we thought Egevang & Francis [Page 1] RFC 1631 Network Address Translator May 1994 for a long time, we were the only ones who had had the idea).
Egevang & Francis [Page 4] RFC 1631 Network Address Translator May 1994 3.2 Routing Across NAT The router running NAT should never advertise the local networks to the backbone.
If Egevang & Francis [Page 5] RFC 1631 Network Address Translator May 1994 so, 1 must be added or subtracted to satisfy the one's complement arithmetic.
www.cse.ohio-state.edu /cgi-bin/rfc/rfc1631.html   (1672 words)

  
 HB1631 - LIQUOR CONTROL - Hoppe, Thomas
Records of such equipment must be kept by the distiller or wholesaler for at least one year; (4) Allows wholesalers to give a retail credit for intoxicating liquor sold, but not used, under a catering permit.
Records of such equipment must be kept by the distiller or wholesaler for at least one year; (4) Prohibits retailers from selling intoxicating liquor with an alcohol content of less than 5% or 3.2% beer in an original carton that has been mutilated, torn apart, or cut apart.
Retailers are also prohibited from repackaging such liquor in a misleading manner or in a manner that results in required labeling being omitted or obscured; (5) Allows wholesalers to give a retail credit for intoxicating liquor sold, but not used, under the catering permit.
www.house.state.mo.us /bills00/bills00/HB1631.htm   (558 words)

  
 Method 1631: Guidelines Establishing Test Procedures for the Analysis of Pollutants; Measurement of Mercury in Water -- ...
Method 1631: Guidelines Establishing Test Procedures for the Analysis of Pollutants; Measurement of Mercury in Water
Includes Guidance for Implementation and Use of Method 1631 and Revision E to the method, which contain additional and revised requirements.
Method 1631, Revision E: Mercury in Water by Oxidation, Purge and Trap, and Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence Sepctometry (PDF, 1.6MB) (August 2002) (EPA-821-R-02-019) This method replaces the previously approved Method 1631 Revision C. Federal Register Notice - October 9, 2001 (PDF, 137KB).
www.epa.gov /ost/methods/1631.html   (281 words)

  
 1631   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This distinct evolution on the 1631 is unique to Alcatel and offers the company...
Cesare Cremonini (1550- 1631) enjoys today the dubious distinction of having declined to look through Galileo's telescope because he already knew from Aristotle...
A las 21H00 GMT el euro se intercambiaba a 1, 1631 dlares, contra 1,1662 tres horas antes y 1,1681 el viernes de noche en Nueva York.
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 John Dryden (1631-1700)
John Dryden, an English poet and dramatist who would dominate literary efforts of The Restoration, was born on August 19, 1631, in Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire, England.
He received a classical education at Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge, then moved to London in 1657 to commence his career as a professional writer.
He left behind almost 30 works for the stage as well as a major critical study (An Essay on Dramatic Poesy) and a number of translations including the works of Virgil.
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 Tapcis Web Forums - RE: [Dixonary] CWM 1631 Results!!
Out of curiosity -- according to http://www.acronymfinder.com there are no fewer than 21 results for "CWM." I've often worried that a word I might choose as dealer (ancient history at this point -- LOL!) could have definitions besides the one I might be using.
July 30th, 2005 12:44 PM Re: [Dixonary] CWM 1631 Results!!
Only the def submitted by the dealer is the "correct" one for scoring...
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 As I Please -- Why John Smith Never Came Back
A few years later, in 1623, Smith's former close friend and supporter Sir Ferdinando Gorges helped pay to establish settlements on the Piscataqua River, another one of Smith's target colony sites, near what would become Dover and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Captain Smith died in 1631, about the time a small group of colonists were settling in at Strawbery Banke in New Hampshire.
In his final years Smith wrote many more books, books including the story of "The Starving Time" in Jamestown Colony and about his adventures with the princess Pocahontas, who died while living not far from Smith in England.
www.seacoastnh.com /arts/please111899.html   (1561 words)

  
 Battle of Breitenfeld (1631)
King Gustav of Sweden changed everything, however, by introducing revolutionary tactics that relied on smaller formations and emphasized movement and firepower instead of brute strength.
The genius of his innovations was demonstrated in 1631 at the battle of Breitenfeld when his Swedish army handily defeated Tilly's larger old style Imperial army.
Battle 1: The Imperials deployed with their cavalry on the wings and their infantry in the center.
www.juniorgeneral.org /30yw/30yw.html   (1904 words)

  
 Colonial Williamsburg Journal
In fact, Smith was not the only one to publish and proclaim them.
In 1631, the year Smith died, the London press issued a satirical poem, The Legend of Captain Iones, by the Welsh clergyman David Lloyd.
A bawdy, ridiculing parody of Captain Smith's autobiography, the poem's popularity sustained a halfdozen editions during the next 40 years.
www.history.org /foundation/journal/smith.cfm   (4374 words)

  
 John Donne
It also showed in the decor of his room.
Shortly before his death in 1631, John obtained an urn, his own burial shroud, and an artist.
Wrapping himself in the shroud, John posed standing atop the urn and had the artist draw him a nice charcoal sketch of himself.
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 History of this Page (Page 1631 - recycle me)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
History of this Page (Page 1631 - recycle me)
Certainty is often an illusion, and repose is not the destiny of Man. – Aristotle
This document contains a history of this page, from the current version to the earliest one available.
minnow.cc.gatech.edu /squeak/1631.history   (50 words)

  
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 RFC 1631 (rfc1631) - The IP Network Address Translator (NAT)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
RFC 1631 (rfc1631) - The IP Network Address Translator (NAT)
RFC 1631 - The IP Network Address Translator (NAT)
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