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Mazarin took advantage of the weakened imperial power of the Habsburgs to organize a defensive alliance between France and the German states closest to the French frontier (the League of the Rhine, August 1658).
Mazarin was obliged to leave the court twice and was only able to maintain his post because he was in favour with Anne of Austria and the boy king Louis XIV, whose education he had carefully directed.
Mazarin was not an ordained priest (in 1632 he had received only minor orders), though he thought of entering the priesthood on several occasions, especially in 1651 and even in 1660 shortly before his death.
gallery.euroweb.hu /database/glossary/illustr2/mazarin.html   (1690 words)

 Jules Mazarin
Mazarin knew how to keep the Calvinists amused with fine words, promises, and calculated delays: for six years they believed themselves to be on the eve of recovering their privileges, and in the end they obtained nothing.
Mazarin obtained a decree of the Royal Council forbidding money to be remitted to Rome for expediting Bulls, there was a show of preparing an expedition against Avignon, and Innocent X, yielding to these menaces, ended by restoring their property and dignities to Mazarin's protégés, the Barberini.
Mazarin's nieces made princely marriages: Anne Marie Martinozzi became the Princesse de Conti; Laura Martinozzi, the Duchesse de Modène; Laure Mancini died in 1657, Duchesse de Mercoeur; Olympe Mancini became Comtesse de Soissons; Hortense Mancini, Marquise de la Meilleraie and Duchesse de Mazarin; Marie Mancini, Countess Colonna; Marie Anne Mancini, Duchesse de Bouillon.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/m/mazarin,jules.html   (1377 words)

 Jules Cardinal Mazarin Summary
Mazarin had military duties during the war in Monferrato of 1627, and was tasked by Pope Urban VIII to defend the Papal interests in that conflict.
As papal vice-legate at Avignon (1632), and nuncio extraordinary in France (1634), Mazarin was perceived as an extension of Richelieu's policy, and under Habsburg pressure, Mazarin was dismissed by Urban VIII on January 17, 1636.
Mazarin protected the Barberini cardinals, nephews of the late pope, and the Bull against them was voted by the Parliament of Paris "null and abusive"; France made a show of preparing to take Avignon by force, and Innocent backed down.
www.bookrags.com /Jules_Cardinal_Mazarin   (1561 words)

 Jules Cardinal Mazarin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mazarin had military duties during the war in Monferrato of 1627, over the succession to Mantua, and was tasked by Pope Urban VIII to defend the Papal interests in that conflict.
Mazarin continued Richelieu's anti-Hapsburg policy and laid the foundation for Louis XIV's expansionism.
Mazarin is a character of some importance in The Galileo Affair by Eric Flint and Andrew Dennis.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cardinal_Mazarin   (1494 words)

 Jules Mazarin
Mazarin was thus acknowledged supreme minister, but he still had a difficult part to play.
It was while in exile at Brühl that Mazarin saw the mistake he had made in isolating himself and the queen, and that his policy of balancing every party in the state against each other had made every party distrust him.
So by his counsel the queen, while nominally in league with De Retz and the parliamentary Fronde, labored to form a purely royal party, wearied by civil dissensions, who should act for her and her son's interest alone, under the leadership of Mathieu Molé, the famous premier president of the parlement of Paris.
www.nndb.com /people/886/000094604   (1543 words)

 Ink 19 :: Mazarin
Maybe Mazarin could become the leaders of the pro-sleep movement, to combat the Nation of Ulysses' anti-sleep movement from a few years back.
Jules Mazarin was a character in the book, based on a 17th Century Italian-born expatriate who moved to France and became a cardinal/ politician.
Mazarin is somewhat of an arbitrary character in the book, and has little meaning to me at this point, but basically, I just like the way the word sounds and looks in print.
www.ink19.com /issues/december2000/inkSpots/mazarin.html   (2622 words)

 Mazarin — We’re Already There   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Mazarin plays a brand of hygienic synth-pop that actually moves beyond the weaknesses exhibited with the genre and comes up with an intricate and compelling style through their tracks that simply forces people to listen in.
Mazarin just does not like sticking in one specific style of music; “For Energy Infinite” moves back to the indie-rock style, replete with jangling guitars that was such a rage during the mid to late nineties (and consequently, has a big stamp of Weezer upon it).
The ability of Mazarin to have an instrumental track at the crux of this disc (the aforementioned “Shroed(Er)/Inger”) shows a band that knows they are at a level where they need not worry about something like an instrumental track going farther south.
neufutur.com /Reviews/mazarin.html   (420 words)

 So Much Silence: Mazarin "retiring" its name   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Good Mazarin is having a show (retirement party?) on Dec. 2 in Philadelphia to bid farewell to its name.
The "original" Mazarin from NY was on the cover of the Relix website in June for their anniversary show with Gary US Bonds.
Mazarin did not solicit funds from their fans, their fans simply donated in the most generous way I’ve ever seen for the law suite, not medical expenses.
somuchsilence.blogspot.com /2006/11/mazarin-retiring-its-name.html   (1472 words)

 Ontario Securities Commission - In the matter of Mazarin INC. and Sequoia Minerals INC. - Decision - CVMO:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Mazarin is, and has been for a period of time in excess of twelve months, a reporting issuer under the securities laws of Ontario and Québec and is not on the list of defaulting reporting issuers maintained by the OSC or the CVMQ.
Mazarin is a mining company that primarily carries on exploration and production activities in the industrial minerals and chrysotile sectors.
A proxy circular of Mazarin containing prospectus-level disclosure in respect of Sequoia and notice of the Meeting were filed with applicable Canadian securities regulatory authorities on November 14, 2003 and mailed to Mazarin Shareholders on November 18, 2003.
osc.gov.on.ca /Regulation/Orders/2004/ord_20040109_211_mazarininc.jsp   (1378 words)

In 1632 werd hij geestelijke, van 1634 tot 1636 was hij pauselijk nuntius te Parijs, in 1641 werd hij kardinaal.
Mazarin was uiterlijk een beminnelijk man, maar uiterst hebzuchtig.
Mazarin's resolution to devote himself to Richelieu did not prevent him from also obtaining the patronage of Cardinal Barberini, the youngest nephew of Pope
members.tripod.com /versailles4/id32.htm   (2466 words)

 I & Ear Records - Bands - Mazarin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Having finally resurfaced after nearly two and a half years, Mazarin’s We’re Already There is an egg, born of the perfect union between gilded pop and soaring psych.
Reinventing the boundaries between a kraut challenge and warm pop, Mazarin explores the neglected earthly themes of oblivion, apathy, love, and obscurity.
Mazarin’s current line up includes, Quentin Stoltzfus on guitar and vocals, Mickey Walker on bass, and brothers Ryan and Paul Cobb (Mad Action) on rhythm guitar and drums.
www.ierecs.com /mazarin/index.html   (311 words)

 Bibliothèque Mazarine / History (English)
Cardinal Mazarin's own library was opened to the learned public in 1643, hence becoming France's first public library.
The Bibliothèque Mazarine, which in 1945 was joined to the Institut de France, located since 1805 in the Collège des Quatre-Nations, is dependent on the French Ministry of Education.
The Bibliothèque Mazarine's reading room, restored between 1968 and 1974, recreates the surroundings of an important XVIIth century library and, over three hundred and fifty years after its foundation, remains an institution accessible to all, to the merely curious or the learned, nationals and foreigners.
www.bibliotheque-mazarine.fr /enghisto.htm   (286 words)

 History of the Mazarin Chest - Victoria and Albert Museum
The Mazarin Chest, renowned as one of the finest pieces of Japanese export lacquer to have survived from around 1640, is a star item in the VandA's internationally acclaimed collection of Japanese art.
The Mazarin-La Meilleraye family was related to the Mazarin family, descendants of Jules Mazarin (1602-1661), who was born in Rome as Giulio Mazarino.
Mazarin became a French statesman and Roman Catholic cardinal, who ruled France as the first minister of the regent Anne of Austria for her five-year-old son, Louis XIV (1638-1715).
www.vam.ac.uk /res_cons/conservation/research/projects/mazarin_chest/history/index.html   (558 words)

 Mazarin, Jules. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
After the deaths of Richelieu (1642) and Louis XIII (1643), Mazarin was the principal minister of the regent Anne of Austria.
He won favorable terms for France in the Peace of Westphalia (1648), but his attempts to raise money through taxation and his centralizing policy provoked the troubles of the Fronde (1648–53), during which he was several times forced to leave France.
By clever diplomacy he strengthened the crown and negotiated the favorable Peace of the Pyrenees at the end of the war with Spain (1659).
www.bartleby.com /65/ma/Mazarin.html   (270 words)

 See You In The Pit: Mazarin
A gentle, hazy rocker like "Wheats" has a candy shell that only hides the carefully sarcastic, bittersweet refrain: "I never loved you at all." My favorite Mazarin songs are the ones that are masquerading as lazy lullabies or tambourine-laden prayers or three-minute sparkling glasses of bubbly pop.
We're Already There is full of enchantment and energy, in carefully meted bursts like "The New American Apathy." Songs rarely outstay their welcome, pop hooks never get buried under too much studio trickery, and there's an overall sense of jubilation flirting with lots of reverb.
Mazarin: we missed you, and we're entirely too glad to have you back.
seeyouinthepit.com /archives/2006/03/mazarin.html   (605 words)

Born either at Rome or at Piscina in the Abruzzi, of a very old Sicilian family, 14 July, 1602; died at Vincennes, 9 March, 1661.
But Mazarin, like Richelieu, was, in the event, to retain power until his death, first under the queen regent and then under the king after Louis XIV had attained his majority.
Certain letters of Anne of Austria to Mazarin, published by Cousin, and admissions made by Anne to Mme de Brienne and recorded in the Memoirs of Loménie de Brienne, prove that the queen regent was deeply attached to the cardinal.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10092a.htm   (1409 words)

 PRESS RELEASE SVC Selects Laszlo Systems' OpenLaszlo for Mazarin Media Platform 3.0 to Reach a Wider Audience and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Mazarin solutions focus on non-profit organizations, political fund raising, music and entertainment, corporate and consumer marketing.
Mazarin allows user to push media, content, and digital assets in a single, self-contained application to the desired audiences with pinpoint accuracy.
Mazarin applications are compelling, one-stop solutions that inspire recipients to purchase or donate immediately without combing through Web sites or uninspiring mail campaigns.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=85349   (891 words)

 HYBRIDMAGAZINE.COM | REVIEWS | Mazarin - A Tall-Tale Storyline
A minute passes and issues the soft squeal of two guitars feeding back, which are joined in turn by the warm strum of an acoustic guitar.
Sounds of birds chirping in an echoing aviary emerge and two full minutes into the sophomore full length from Philadelphia band Mazarin, we are finally treated to the soothing and wistful falsetto of front man Quentin Stoltzfus.
Mazarin has yielded a 40-minute document of that exact sensation, all the while playing with stupefying skill and unbelievable harmony.
www.hybridmagazine.com /reviews/0602/mazarin.shtml   (505 words)

MAZARIN has played thousands of shows to loyal audiences nationwide in venues large and small.
MAZARIN was a featured act at the 1991 South by Southwest Music conference.
MAZARIN'S recordings were produced by Steely Dan's Roger Nichols, Blue Oyster Cult's Clay Hutchison and Tiki Studio's, Grammy nominated Fred Guarino.
www.myspace.com /mazarinrockers   (441 words)

 Mazarin - Shaping Information Flows
Mazarin ventures in to the fifth Appfuse Based Project.
Mazarin (Private) Limited, a Sri Lankan BOI Company engaged in providing software solutions using open source technology, and nSpike AB of Sweden have partnered in building a 3rd generation “Form Builder” that would revolutionize online information capture.
Mazarin will manage two important web applications for Altcom AB.
www.mazarin.lk   (171 words)

 Bella Union | Artists | Mazarin
Historically, Mazarin began as a sort of "reset button" for something many a Philadelphian musician was stuck in during the late nineties: avant garde, noise rock, psych rock.
That album was an effective new start for the members of Mazarin and for the Philadelphia music scene in general.
The songs that you hear from Mazarin are virtually unchanged structurally and melodically from their earliest conception.
www.bellaunion.com /artist.php?artcode=mazarin   (449 words)

 Mazarin: interview, discography, pictures, biography, reviews - Onda Rock
Mazarin was one of the characters in the book, and I liked the way it sounded and looked in print.
The book was essentially about a man who was shipwrecked and after floating in the sea for several days and came upon an abandoned ship that was a anchored just off the coast of what appeared to be a virtual paradise.
Well the record was completed nearly two years ago, but we were waiting for a label to put it out.
www.ondarock.it /Mazarin_eng.html   (1044 words)

 Design elements on the Mazarin Chest - Victoria and Albert Museum
The right-hand side of the Mazarin Chest is decorated with a scene from another literary work, the Tale of the Soga Brothers (Soga monogatari), a tale of filial piety and revenge.
The boar-hunt depicted on the side of the Mazarin Chest alludes to the revenge of the Soga brothers on their father's murderer.
The interior and exterior of the lid of the Mazarin Chest are decorated with scenes of palaces, architectural complexes and landscapes.
www.vam.ac.uk /res_cons/conservation/research/projects/mazarin_chest/history/design_elements/index.html   (786 words)

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Mazarin n'en est pas moins l'antithèse de Richelieu qu'il affectionne pourtant " par instinct, disait-il, avant même de connaître par expérience ses grandes qualités".
Jusqu'en 1648, Mazarin se consacre à la politique extérieure de la France et les traités de Westphalie mettent fin à la guerre avec l'Empire.
Pendant cette dernière crise, Mazarin se réfugie en Allemagne d'où il adresse d'excellents conseils à Anne d'Autriche, fausse fuite pour calmer les parisiens qui réclament ainsi la paix et les nobles qui cherchent ainsi à négocier.
www.chez.com /courduroisoleil/documents/mazarin.htm   (352 words)

 Ink 19 :: Mazarin
The second helping from Mazarin (aka Quentin Stoltzfus) opens with "Go Home," a bliss-fest that drones along on one chord for over eight minutes with angelic falsetto vocals gliding along on top.
This opener is atypical of Mazarin, who perfected the three minute guitar-based pop song on its first album, Watch It Happen, like no other band has done in the past several years.
He is getting on with his life and perhaps trying to encourage others in his former situation to do the same.
www.ink19.com /issues/september2001/wetInk/musicM/mazarin.html   (369 words)

 Ballon, H.: Louis Le Vau: Mazarin's Collège, Colbert's Revenge.
She tracks the design and construction of the Collège on the basis of splendid drawings, fully illustrated here, integrating into this account previously unknown dimensions of Le Vau's creative personality, his financial entanglements, and his feuds with government leaders.
The story of the Collège begins in 1661 with the death of Cardinal Mazarin, who left an extravagant sum of money for a school to be built in his memory.
Her challenges to the prevailing views of Mazarin and Colbert are invigorating and convincing.
press.princeton.edu /titles/6712.html   (643 words)

Mazarin hatte zum Beispiel verschiedene Male versucht, das Königreich Neapel zu erobern.
Mazarins neapolitanische Pläne schluge fehl, bedingt auch durch die Anwesenheit eines Spions an Christinas Hof.
Christinas und Mazarins Pläne waren nun keine Geheimnisse mehr, und Christina blieb weiterhin die "Königin ohne Land", dafür mit um so größeren Schulden.
private.addcom.de /koniarek/mazarin/mazarin.htm   (366 words)

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