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  The Story of Isabel Briggs Myers - CAPT.org
Isabel Briggs Myers, with a bachelor's degree in political science and no academic affiliation, was responsible for the creation of what has become the most widely used and highly respected personality inventory of all time.
Isabel Myers and her mother, Katharine Cook Briggs, both astute observers of human behavior, were drawn to C. Jung's work, which sparked their interest into a passionate devotion to put the theory of psychological type to practical use.
Isabel Briggs Myers was born October 18, 1897, to Lyman J. Briggs and Katharine Cook Briggs and spent her childhood in Washington, D.C., where her father worked as a physicist.
www.capt.org /mbti-assessment/isabel-myers.htm   (2371 words)

  Isabella II of Spain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Isabella II ( October 10, 1830 – April 10, 1904), Isabel II in Spanish, was queen of Spain.
She was born in Madrid, and was the eldest daughter of Ferdinand VII, king of Spain, and of his fourth wife, Maria Christina, a Neapolitan Bourbon and also the niece of Marie Antoinette.
Queen Isabella II often interfered in politics in a wayward, unscrupulous manner that made her very unpopular.
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 ISABEL II DE ESPAñA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Isabel II, nacida en Madrid el 10 de octubre de 1830, era la Reina de España durante el siglo XIX.
Isabel II reinó durante un período de transición en España en el que la monarquía cedio más poder político al parlamento.
Isabel vivió el resto de su vida en Francia, donde fue testigo de la Primera República del reinado y muerte de su hijo Alfonso XII en 1885 y del inicio del reinado de su nieto Alfonso XIII tras la regencia de Maria Cristina de Habsburgo.
www.espnuevomilenio.org /encyclopedia/I/Isabel_II_de_Espa%F1a   (410 words)

 Isabel's Page
She writes about her past; of a poverty caused by the tragic outcome of the Spanish Revolution and W.W. Isabel Cano Richarte de Benitez, born of a selfless mother named Juana, is the third from the last of fifteen children.
For the next seventeen years Isabel is subjected to burdens that leave her afraid of men, tormented by nightmares of the past, and harboring a dread for the future.
Isabel becomes withdrawn and tormented until a wealthy lady employs her to care for an eccentric mother.
mywebpages.comcast.net /dorietz/isabel.html   (859 words)

 Isabel II, an early queen | and in Spain
She had to rule a country in one of the most unstable periods of the 19th century, which was characterised by the changes caused by the liberal revolution.
Isabel II went into exile to France at the age of thirty eight.
Pérez Gáldos interviewed her before she died and said: “Isabel lived in an everlasting childhood and the worst of her misfortunes was to have been born queen and have to rule a country, a hard task for such a tender hand”.
www.spanishpromotions.com /ampliacion_noticia.php?id_noticia=139   (684 words)

 Isabel II del Reino Unido - Wikipedia en español
Isabel II nació en Londres como Su Alteza Real la Princesa Isabel, la primera hija de Isabel Bowes-Lyon y el Duque de York, más adelante el Rey Jorge VI.
En 1936, cuando Isabel tenía diez años, su padre asumió el trono después de la abdicación de su hermano, el Rey Eduardo VIII, e Isabel se convirtió en la heredera del trono.
En 1952, durante una visita de estado a Kenia, Isabel fue informada de la muerte de su padre y de su ascensión al trono.
es.wikipedia.org /wiki/Isabel_II_de_El_Reino_Unido   (676 words)

 Spanish Royal Family
Isabel's father King Fernando VII of Spain and Infante Francisco de Asis's father Infante Francisco de Paula of Spain (Duke of Cadiz) were brothers.
Isabel's mother Princess Maria Christina of Bourbon Two Sicilies and Infante Francisco de Assisis's mother Princess Louise of Bourbon Two Sicilies were also sisters.
Isabel was deposed and driven out of Spain following a revolution on 30 September 1868 and abdicated to her eldest son Alfonso on 25 June 1870.
www.btinternet.com /~allan_raymond/Spanish_Royal_Family.htm   (1201 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Isabel (Isabella) died aft 1801; she was 36.
Isabelle died on 25 Apr 1930; she was 47.
Isabelle died on 6 Feb 1899; she was 8.
www.ncsu.edu:8010 /unity/lockers/users/r/rfmelvin/wwwMcKay/zzReport025-AMRegister.txt   (10393 words)

 Historia - La Monarquía Hispánica - Los Borbones - Isabel II
Isabel II, a la que Pérez Galdós denominó «la de los tristes destinos», fue reina de España entre 1833 y 1868, fecha en la que fue destronada por la llamada «Revolución Gloriosa».
La minoría de edad de Isabel II estuvo ocupada por una doble regencia: la que ostentó su madre María Cristina, reina gobernadora hasta 1840, y la del general Baldomero Espartero hasta 1843.
Isabel II es proclamada mayor de edad con trece años (noviembre).
www.cervantesvirtual.com /historia/monarquia/isabel2.shtml   (3502 words)

 Isabel II, Portal Fuenterrebollo
Las cartas de Isabel II que se conservan en la Academia de la Historia de Madrid, dan muestra de una escasa cualidad intelectual, de su poco discernimiento y de su simpleza de espíritu.
Tanto Isabel como su hermana María Fernanda recibieron una nefasta educación, en gran medida debido al descuido de su madre María Cristina.
La vida de Isabel II puede dividirse en dos períodos: el primer período hasta 1868, fecha de su derrocamiento por la Revolución de septiembre; y la segunda época en el exilio, hasta su muerte en París el 9 de abril de 1904.
www.fuenterrebollo.com /faqs-numismatica/isabel2.html   (5993 words)

 Townley Gen. 1-19   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Isabel de TOWNELEY (Richard de-1) was born in England.
Isabel BUTLER (daughter of Nicholas BUTLER of Rawcliffe) was born in England.
Isabel TOWNELEY (Laurence-7, John-6, Richard-5, John de-4, Richard de-3, Cecilie de TOWNELEY-2, Richard de-1) was born in England.
giesing.org /townley_gen__1-19.htm   (5026 words)

 O Leme - Biografias - Isabel II — 50 anos de reinado passo a passo
A 25 de Dezembro de 1952 Isabel II leu a sua primeira mensagem de Natal, transmitida pela rádio, para toda a Commonwealth.
Isabel II teve uma relação de franca amizade com o primeiro-ministro Macmillan, que deixou o cargo, depois de seis anos, por motivos de saúde.
Isabel II foi quase «forçada» pelo primeiro-ministro Tony Blair, a regressar de férias e mandar pôr a bandeira a meia haste no seu palácio, porque a reacção popular era de enorme indignação enquanto a rainha não apareceu a demonstrar o seu pesar.
www.leme.pt /biografias/i/isabelii.html   (4567 words)

 Richard Paton Bailey II & Isabel Ferguson
ISABEL married RICHARD BAILEY, Jr., a brother to Sarah’s husband, Reuben.
And wife ISABEL were parents of ten children: Samuel, Richard, Elizabeth, Polly, Henry, Sarah, John, Jameson, Margaret and Eli.
In 1837 RICHARD and ISABEL deeded to their son, Eli, land and all of their household effects in lien of caring for them in their old age.
pages.prodigy.net /blankenstein/richard_paton_bailey_ii_&_isabel_ferguson.htm   (3027 words)

 Gissing, Isabel Clarendon (II-1)
Isabel preferred to delay yet a little, and reached Chislehurst a fortnight later, accomplishing the journey with the assistance of her maid only.
Isabel had no such thoughts as these, but perchance had his letters contained one sentence of hard practical planning at the end of all their tenderness she would have found that something which unconsciously she lacked.
Isabel kept up a lively conversation with the rector, till the latter declared he would be late for church, and hurriedly made off.
lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp /~matsuoka/GG-Clarendon-3.html   (23091 words)

 Chapter 3 - Descendants Of Maurice Of Clunes Macrath (11-15)
Isabel, daughter of Finlay, son of John Breac, son of the Rev. Farquhar Macrae of Kintail.
Isabel's mother was Janet, daughter of Lauchlan Mackinnon (the Bard) of the Mackinnons of Ceann Uachdarach, Skye.
His widow, Isabel, survived him and afterwards married the Rev. Neil Mackinnon of Corry, Tacksman of Borreraig, Strath, and by him she had a second family of three daughters.
www.clanmacrae.org /documents/chapt_3.htm   (5275 words)

 Charlemagne to June Murdock Shaputis - Generations 11 to 20
ii Meiler Fitz Henry occupation Justiciar of Ireland.
Isabel died pre 1268, buried: Nunnery of Cokehill.
ii Alexander Baliol occupation Chamberlain of Scotland, Baron Baliol.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Plains/6025/charlemagne2.htm   (4590 words)

 Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom - Enpsychlopedia
Elizabeth II wearing the Imperial State Crown and holding the Sceptre with the Cross and the Orb at her Coronation ( 2 June 1953).
She is a cousin of Albert II of Belgium, Harald V of Norway, Juan Carlos I of Spain and Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, as well as former kings Constantine II of Greece and Michael of Romania, and is more distantly related to the former royal houses of Germany and Russia.
Elizabeth II in uniform as Colonel-in-Chief of the Coldstream Guards at the Trooping of the Colour ceremony.
www.psychcentral.com /psypsych/Elizabeth_II_of_the_United_Kingdom   (4830 words)

 Charlemagne to June Murdock Shaputis - Generations 11 to 20
Hidlouin III de Montdidier, (son of Hildouin II de Remeru and --- ---) occupation Count of Montdidier, d.
Vol II Appendix D; Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants by Von Redlick; Royal Mistresses by C. Carltom p.
Isabel de Vermandois occupation Countess of Leicester, m.
www.geocities.com /heartland/plains/6025/charlemagne2.htm   (4590 words)

 Preside Isabel II apertura del Parlamento británico :: Internacionales :: esmas
Isabel II leyó desde el trono, ante los Lores sentados.
Isabel II repasó igualmente los retos en otros terrenos, como proseguir la reforma de los servicios públicos y el sistema de pensiones, y destacó la importancia de hacer frente al cambio climático, para lo que se presentará otro proyecto legislativo.
Vestida de blanco, con la corona imperial y acompañada por su esposo, el duque de Edimburgo, Isabel II leyó desde el trono, ante los Lores sentados, vestidos de gala con sus capas de armiño, y los comunes de pie, con traje de calle.
www.esmas.com /noticierostelevisa/internacionales/582068.html   (663 words)

 Herbert/Williams Family Tree - Ancestors of Carol Herbert
Isabel NELSON (?) died in Harborgill, Dent, Yorkshire and was buried
Isabel was named as a legatee in the will of William Thistlethwaite, her husband, 19 Apr 1660 at Harborgill.
Isabel's surname is assumed from the fact that her husband mentioned in his will his 'brother' Brian Nealson [sic]; always supposing that William Thistlethwaite meant 'brother-in-law', Brian Nelson could have been Isabel's brother or the husband of one of her sisters.
www.sleepyfrog.com /me/herbertfa/pafg13.htm   (870 words)

 Canal de Isabel II 150th anniversary celebration
This event, organized by the city and the Canal de Isabel II, was a time machine that took Madrileños and visitor alike back 150 years to the Madrid of the mid 19th century.
The party lasted from 11:00am to 12:00pm and was thrown in celebration of th 150th anniversary of the "Canal de Isabel II" which is the water system here in Madrid.
So, nearly 250,000 residents of Madrid needed the water supply and hence the "Canal de Isabel II" was inaugurated in 1858.
www.multimadrid.com /descrips/sites/canal.htm   (499 words)

 El Reinado de Isabel II
Isabel II siempre confió el gobierno a los moderados, jamás a los progresistas
Acuerdo con la Santa Sede por el que el Papa reconocía a Isabel II como reina y aceptaba la pérdida de los bienes ya desamortizados.
Pacto de Ostende: unionistas, progresistas y republicanos, se alían para derribar a Isabel II.
www.historiasiglo20.org /esp1833-1875/3.htm   (422 words)

 Isabel II del Reino Unido   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Su Majestad la Reina Isabel II ( Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor) (nacida el 21 de abril de 1926) es reina y la jefa de estado del Reino Unido de la Gran Bretaña e del Norte y de otros 15 estados pertenecientes la Mancomunidad Británica de Naciones.
En 1936 cuando Isabel tenía diez años su asumió el trono después de la abdicación su hermano el Rey Eduardo VIII y se convirtió en la heredera del trono.
En 1952 durante una visita de estado a Kenia Isabel fue informada de la muerte su padre y de su ascensión al Después de un período de luto su tuvo lugar en la Abadía de Westminster Londres el 2 de junio de 1953.
es.freeglossary.com /Isabel_II_del_Reino_Unido   (661 words)

 Isabella II of Spain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Isabella II ( October 10, 1830 – 1904), Isabel II in Spanish, was queen of Spain.
She was born in Madrid, the eldest daughter of Ferdinand VII, king of Spain, and of his fourth wife, Maria Christina, a Neapolitan Bourbon.
Isabel ( 1851 - 1931), who married Prince Gaetano of the Two Sicilies.
www.mywiseowl.com /articles/Isabella_II_of_Spain   (723 words)

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 Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom - free-definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary), styled HM The Queen (born April 21, 1926) is the Queen regnant and head of state of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and 15 other Commonwealth countries.
She is cousin of Albert II of Belgium, Harald V of Norway, Juan Carlos I of Spain and Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, as well as former kings Constantine II of Greece and Michael of Romania.
At her succession, the title Elizabeth II caused some controversy in Scotland, where there has never been an Elizabeth I (although there had been no similar controversy at the times of William IV and Edward VII, whose numbering was similarly inappropriate).
www.free-definition.com /Elizabeth-II-of-the-United-Kingdom.html   (4138 words)

 Welcome to the European Investment Bank   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
The European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Union's long-term financing institution, announces a EUR 91 million loan to Canal de Isabel II to finance construction of wastewater treatment facilities in the Madrid Region as well as the rehabilitation of a water reservoir below the Plaza de Castilla, in the north of the city.
The contract for the first instalment (EUR 66 million) was signed in Madrid by EIB Vice-President Isabel Martín Castellá and Mr Pedro Calvo, Chairman of Canal de Isabel II and Head of the Community of Madrid's Environmental Department.
Canal de Isabel II is the Community of Madrid's company responsible for managing the water cycle in the region.
www.eib.org /news/press/press.asp?Press=2554   (474 words)

 Elizabeth = Isabel in Spanish?
Curiously, the only two reigning queens in Spanish history were both called Isabel, one in the 15th century (Isabel I de Castilla) and other in the 19th century (Isabel II de Borb￳n).
I read in sci.lang.translation that Curieux Isabel in Spanish?', on Sun, 21 Mar 2004: =I was asked by a friend why the Queen of England "Elizabeth II" was =called "Isabel II" in Spain.
Hello all, I was asked by a friend why the Queen of England "Elizabeth II" was called "Isabel II" in Spain.
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 FORO FEMINISTA :: Publicar una respuesta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Isabel II y las mujeres isabelinas en el juego de poderes del liberalismo MARTES, 13 DE JULIO Dr.
Isabel II: del bululú al esperpento MIÉRCOLES, 14 DE JULIO Dra.
Isabel II frente al espejo: retratos fotográficos Dra.
www.mujeresenred.net /foros2/posting.php?mode=quote&p=4861   (864 words)

 Banco de España - Brief History
These were the Banco de Isabel II (based, like the Banco de San Fernando, in Madrid) and the Banco de Barcelona.
The Banco de Isabel II emerged as a competitor to the Banco Español de San Fernando in the circulation of paper money in Madrid, an area in which this new institution displayed considerable initiative and innovation.
The danger was averted by a merger between the Banco de San Fernando and the Banco de Isabel II, with the new bank retaining the name Banco Español de San Fernando.
www.bde.es /infoinst/historia/historiae.htm   (1298 words)

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