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... plays, although none have issued a complete works volume.
Arden presents the plays alphabetically without any attempt to construct an overall chronology. Oxford, Riverside, Norton and RSC all present chronologies which differ from one another and which attempt to construct only approximate dating. The following list adopts the Oxford Shakespeare chronology, although none of the major chronologies has any real authority over any of the others.
... its new extra financing gaps by additional private capital.
A total of €6.1bn was received from the sale of three-year and five-year bonds in 2014, and the Greek government now plans to cover its forecast financing gap for 2015 by additional sale of seven-year and ten-year bonds in 2015.
The latest recalculation of the seasonally adjusted quarterly GDP figures for the Greek economy, revealed that it had been hit by three distinct recessions in ...
... fort. It had 12 gates as entrance and exit. These gates are still
known by their old names e.g. Sheran wala Gate, Khajuri Gate, Bhandari Gate,
Ohri Gate, Thathiari Gate, Hathi gate, Pahari gate, etc... In 1947, at the time
of partition of India, Batala was included in Pakistan region. For total of 3 days, Batala was part of
Pakistan then it was added to Indian Territory.
... at us.
Not at all and indeed quite the opposite happened. You will see from our photos that we have many of complete strangers. We cannot begin to count the number of people who either came up to us and demanded a photo on their camera with their friends, or asked us to take pictures of them on our cameras. it was more than 20 for sure.
One lovely old man pushed others out of the way ...
... history and culture. Driving throughout the morning, we arrive in Amritsar for lunch. In the afternoon, we visit the Golden Temple, famous for its full golden dome, one of the most sacred pilgrimage sites for Sikhs. The Mandir is built on a 67-foot square of marble and is a two-storied structure. Maharaja Ranjit Singh had the upper half of the building built with approximately 400 kg of gold leaf. Several other temples, such as the Durgiana ...