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1337[not an acronym] Elite (hackish)
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From numerous entries, Post 1337 selected two local teachers for submission to the district finals: Catherine Glombicki of Robert Frost Elementary School and Trina Courtney of Lincoln Middle School.
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The duchy was created in 1337 by Edward III for his son, the Black Prince, to provide an income for the heir to the throne, independent of the monarch.
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It took off at 8.37pm (1337 BST), and air traffic controllers lost contact with the flight less than an hour later.
For more information about the opening, call event organiser Helen Edwards on 029 2089 1337.
The Duke of Westminster's wealth can be traced back to 1677, while Prince Charles, the largest individual landowner in England, traces his Duchy lands back to 1337.
Guillaume took holy orders and in 1323 entered the service of John of Luxembourg, king of Bohemia, who in 1337 appointed him canon of Reims cathedral.
Principal battles: Miidera (north of Kyoto) (1336); Kamakura campaign (1337); Awanohara (Awano), Yawata, Nara, Abeno, Ishizu (Ishizuka) (1338).
In the Mixed Open class, Anthony Balabbo of PTBA leads the field with 1394, followed by RP team member Lara Posadas-Wong with 1337, and Dale Lazo of TBAM-Prima with 1312.
In accordance with a tradition as old as our country, Mount Prospect's American Legion Post 525 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1337 gathered Thursday, May 23, to place flags of honor and remembrance on the graves of many local veterans.
1337 (HEA 1337), which created new provisions and amended others that regulate abortion procedures within Indiana.