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Savoy and involved the country in the wars between France and the emperors.
Savoy (a member of the Carignan branch of the family) at Turin in 1706 freed Piedmont from the enemy.
Savoy is in general the same as that of the Kingdom of Sardinia.
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 Savoy, Illinois - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Savoy is a village located in Champaign County, Illinois.
Savoy shares a border with the neighboring town of Champaign, Illinois, and is less than two miles from the site of the main campus of the University of Illinois.
Savoy, Champaign, and the nearby city of Urbana form the Champaign-Urbana Metropolitan Area.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Savoy,_Illinois   (438 words)

 Savoy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Savoy (French: Savoie, pronounced /savwa/; Franco-Provençal: Savouè; Italian: Savoia) is a region of western Europe that emerged, along with the free communes of Switzerland, following the collapse of the Frankish Kingdom of Burgundy.
Installed by Rudolph III, King of Burgundy, officially in 1003, the House of Savoy maintained independence as counts (see County of Savoy, ca 1000 to 1416) and then dukes (see Duchy of Savoy, 1416 to 1714), until Savoia was linked with the Kingdom of Sardinia, which included Piemonte in north-western Italy.
The Mouvement Région Savoie (Savoy Regional Movement) was founded in December 1971 as a 'movement' (rather than a traditional political party) in favour or regional autonomy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Savoy   (688 words)

 House of Savoy Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com
The House of Savoy was a dynasty of nobles who traditionally had their domain in Savoy (a small region between Piedmont, Italy, and France).
The house descended from Humbert I, Count of Sabaudia (or "Maurienne") (Italian Umberto I "Biancamano"), (1003-1047 or 1048), and includes the Counts of Savoy, the Dukes of Savoy, the Kings of Sardinia, and the Kings of Italy.
Amedeo VIII : as Duke of Savoy 1416-1440
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 Savoy House
For over 35 years, Savoy House has been providing design inspiration to even the most discriminating designers and homeowners throughout the nation.
A diverse group of talented Savoy House designers provides a wide range of coordinating styles that allow for an unsurpassed sense of freedom in home decorating.
Each home is as unique as its owner, and Savoy House aims to celebrate the spirit of the individual.
www.savoyhouse.com   (150 words)

 Savoy - History
Savoy became a powerful mid european state with it’s power based on it’s control of the alpine passes and roads which crossed the area.
The Senate of Savoy is sovereign: the first president (chosen by the Prince from amongst the senators) governed the duchy in the absence of the Prince's representative.
In fact the Duke of Savoy was not particularly concerned whether he acquired Sicily or Sardinia, the crests of both islands were embellished with crowns indicating that they were kingdoms in their own right and henceforth the Duke was entitled to take the title of King.
notre.savoie.free.fr /sav2_a.htm   (3436 words)

 AllRefer.com - Savoy, France (French Political Geography) - Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Savoy was inhabited by the Allobroges at the time Julius Caesar conquered the region.
It became part of the first kingdom of Burgundy (5th cent.) and later of the kingdom of Arles (10th cent.), after which it was ceded to the Holy Roman Empire.
In the 11th cent., Humbert the Whitehanded, a lord of Arles, consolidated the various feudal territories of the region, and from then on the region's history is closely linked with the house of Savoy (see Savoy, house of).
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/S/SavoyFr.html   (431 words)

 Welcome to the Savoy Ballroom Website www.savoyballroom.com
Harlem's Savoy Ballroom was a major music and dance powerhouse of the SWING ERA that lasted from the early 1930's to the mid 1940's.
The sad truth is that the Savoy records were destroyed and thus in order to understand its history we are obliged to undertake the laborious task of collecting surviving fragments of information and gathering oral recollections in order to piece together the main facets of the story.
In a way they could all be right in that the Savoy represented something special to each generation that was fortunate enough to swing out on its superlative floor, although of course each individual claim does not cancel out the validity of the competing versions of the other generations.
www.savoyballroom.com /exp/introduction/welcome.htm   (948 words)

 Handbook of Texas Online: SAVOY, TX
Savoy is at the intersection of U.S. Highway 82 and Farm Road 1752, on the Missouri Pacific line ten miles west of Bonham in extreme west central Fannin County.
It was established about 1863 by Col. William Savoy, a pioneer settler and landowner who had arrived in the area in the late 1850s.
The population rose from 343 in 1900 to 400 in 1915 and declined slightly to 378 by the mid-1920s.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/SS/hls25.html   (427 words)

 PBS Hollywood Presents: The Old Settler - Key Scenes: Savoy Ballroom
All the photographs you see of the Savoy in stock footage are bright because there's a flash or somebody has a big movie light on the scene.
With the Savoy, because of the intensity of the scene and the amount of people we had, we decided that we needed to have a jib arm for that day.
Elizabeth only went later on only when she met this young man. The Savoy was a very fast place for either the younger set or the set that liked to party, like Lou Bessie who wore the bright red lipstick.
www.pbs.org /hollywoodpresents/theoldsettler/scenes/ks_savoy_print.html   (2163 words)

 St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture: Savoy Ballroom
The Savoy was a place of intense and creative dance activity--new and old steps were refined and taken to new heights in response to the evolution of swing jazz and be-bop.
Savoy dancers even adapted to the new and difficult-to-dance-to rhythms of be-bop, and the bands that played there likewise created new rhythms in response to the movement of the dancers.
The Savoy Ballroom was instrumental in the dissemination of swing dance and played an important role in the coalescence of popular dance and music.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_g1epc/is_tov/ai_2419101066   (1004 words)

Savoy, one of the oldest nations in Europe, was annexed by France, in 1860, through an annexation treaty.
The Savoy League was created in 1994 and, in less than one year, became the major political movement in Savoy.
The 1860 annexation followed a dubious referendum when the people of Savoy were only given the option of either becoming part of France or remaining on the periphery of the newly born Italian State.
notre.savoie.free.fr /acc_a.htm   (722 words)

 Savoy, house of on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
SAVOY, HOUSE OF [Savoy, house of] dynasty of Western Europe that ruled Savoy and Piedmont from the 11th cent., the kingdom of Sicily from 1714 to 1718, the kingdom of Sardinia from 1720 to 1861, and the kingdom of Italy from 1861 to 1946.
In Charles Albert's reign the house of Savoy became the center of the Risorgimento, the movement that led to the unification of Italy under his son, Victor Emmanuel II.
Savoy itself, however, was ceded to France in 1860.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/S/Savoy-ho.asp   (1246 words)

 Savoy.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Savoy are professionals, and they put their pedal to the metal right from the start.
That scarcely 50 people showed up with tickets in their hands when Savoy was in town must almost be called a sensation.
At any rate: Savoy are professionals, and they put their pedal to the metal right from the start.
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Savoy, house of - Savoy, house of, dynasty of Western Europe that ruled Savoy and Piedmont from the 11th cent., the...
Savoy, the - Savoy, the, chapel in London, between the Strand and the Thames River.
Aosta, Emmanuel Philibert of Savoy, duke of - Aosta, Emmanuel Philibert of Savoy, duke of, 1869–1931, Italian general; son of King Amadeus...
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 Savoy, Massachusetts 01256 - The Berkshires - Berkshire County   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Savoy, Massachusetts 01256 - The Berkshires - Berkshire County
A prosperous mountain town in the early nineteenth century, its population fell from 955 in 1850 to 467 in 1975.
Donald Smith noted in "Berkshire County Landmarks", in reference to Savoy, that "the works of man have been less fully developed and less fully preserved in the mountains of Berkshire County".
www.berkshireweb.com /themap/savoy/savoy.html   (149 words)

 The Savoy Company
Savoy's 2008 production will be Patience, to be performed on May 30 & 31 at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, and on June 13 & 14 at the outdoor theater in Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square.
Savoy is recruiting members for our 2008 performance season.
If you'd like to become a member of Savoy and contribute in any capacity—lead, chorus member, backstager, or member of the production staff—please complete and submit the form on our Membership page, and we'll be in touch.
www.savoy.org   (309 words)

The Savoy was opened on March 12, 1926 by Moe Gale (Moses Galewski), Charles Galewski, and a Harlem real estate businessman called Charles Buchanan, who functioned as the ballroom's manager.
The Savoy was billed as the world's most beautiful ballroom; it occupied the second floor of a building that extended along the whole block between 140th and 141st streets, and featured a large dance floor (200 feet by 50 feet), two bandstands, and a retractable stage.
On its opening night the Savoy featured Fess Williams and his Royal Flush Orchestra, the Charleston Bearcats, fronted by Leon Abbey, and, as a guest band, Fletcher Henderson's Roseland Orchestra; the Charleston Bearcats formed a lasting connection with the venue and later changed its name to the Savoy Bearcats.
www.angelfire.com /jazz/swingkitten/savoy.htm   (378 words)

 Hotel Savoy - Opatija
Hotel Savoy is located in the center of Opatija, just above the sea and the famous promenade «Lungo mare».
Under the supervision of its new owners, the Brko family, hotel Savoy was completely renovated in July 2004.
Nowadays, Savoy is a luxury hotel, open all year round, categorised as a 4 star hotel.
www.hotel-savoy.hr /index_eng.htm   (122 words)

 London Hotel Reservations: Luxury Hotel in London, England at The Savoy
A stay at The Savoy would not be complete without a visit to nearby Simpson's-in-the-Strand where traditional British food at its finest is served.
The Savoy is projected to re-open in 2009.
The Savoy is proud to introduce the 'Savoy Art Collection', offering our guests museum quality limited edition prints from artists who have been inspired by The Savoy's magical views.
www.fairmont.com /savoy   (567 words)

 Savoy.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It was a completely scary start for Lauren Savoy, when all the way through the first phrase she was so out of it as it was possible to be.
The best Lauren Savoy managed during the entire concert was a fine version of "You Should Have Told Me", one of the few songs she sang really well.
It seemd the better part of the audience hadn't quite gotten "Savoy" under their skin yet, because the band didn't get an emotional response from the audience before the 7th song on the setlist was played, which was the Lackluster Me single,"Rain.
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 Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band
Ann Savoy from The Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band was recognized for her collaboration with ten-time Grammy winner Linda Ronstadt in the Best Traditional Folk Album category for Adieu False Heart.
Ann Savoy of The Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band appears twice in both the Customer's Top 100 list and #3 in the Folk category for her CD Adieu False Heart with Linda Ronstadt.
Savoy and Ronstadt's first collaboration, grammy-nominated Evangeline Made, was produced by Savoy and featured Cajun songs performed by Ronstadt, Richard and Linda Thompson, John Fogerty, Patty Griffin and others.
www.rosebudus.com /savoy   (1520 words)

 Puppet theatre Sampo OF FINLAND
The Functionalist Savoy Theatre right in the heart of Helsinki was completed in 1937.
Because of its acoustically functional hall, central location, and various technical facilities, the Savoy Theatre is an ideal place for concerts.
The Savoy Theatre is the place to see musical performances, high-quality plays, musicals and dance.
www.helsinki-hotels.net /savoy.htm   (125 words)

 Savoy restaurant asheville, asheville fine dining, romantic restaurants asheville
Step into our dining room - intimate, yet elegant with linen-covered tables - and share in the international creations that our chefs craft to reflect the flavors of France, Italy, Spain and Asia, enhanced by only the freshest locally-grown organic produce, free-range meats, and line-caught fruits of the sea flown in from around the world.
We highly recommend Savoy to our guests, and everyone raves about their dining experience.
Savoy would rival some of the best restaurants in San Francisco, with its selection of superb seafood and great service.
www.savoycucina.com   (302 words)

 Savoia - The Royal House of Savoy
The Savoys were custodians of a mystical sword and an equally mystical robe, the "Shroud of Turin." Descended in the direct male line from a tenth-century vassal of the Holy Roman Emperor, the Savoys ruled the Alpine state of Aosta, as well as Savoy, where they established themselves at Chambery.
By the eighteenth century, the Savoys were kings of Sicily and then Sardinia, and it was under their aegis that the Italian states were united by 1871.
Today, the House of Savoy remains one of the oldest royal dynasties, but also one of Europe's smallest, with only four dynasts ("men who would be king").
www.regalis.com /savoy.htm   (352 words)

 The Beginning of the Lindy Hop
But it wasn't until the opening of the Savoy Ballroom that Lindy Hop got its name and a home.
At the Savoy the Lindy Hop got hotter and hotter, as people danced to the top Big Bands in the land.
But the authentic style, the original style, will always be the Savoy style from Harlem, USA.
www.savoystyle.com /history.html   (222 words)

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