Conrad

(from the article `Henry III`) In 1054–55, dukes Conrad of Bavaria and Welf III of Carinthia attempted to overthrow Henry`s rule through a widely spread conspiracy, and only their ...
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Conrad

[bishop of Sodor and Man] Conrad, O.Cist. was a pre-Reformation cleric who was appointed the Bishop of Sodor and Man in the early 15th century. A Cistercian monk, he was appointed the bishop of the diocese of Sodor and Man by Pope Boniface IX on 9 January 1402. Conrad can have only served for a few months, because his successor Theodore Blo...
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Conrad

[Bishop of Utrecht] Conrad was bishop of Utrecht between 1076 and 1099. Before becoming bishop he was chamberlain of Archbishop Anno II of Cologne and, for a time, tutor of Prince Henry, the future Emperor Henry IV. When the excommunicated Bishop William of Utrecht died in 1076, the emperor gave the episcopal see of Utrecht to Conrad, who, ...
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Conrad

[comic strip] Conrad was a comic strip about `America`s favorite frog prince`. Written and illustrated by Bill Schorr, the strip was launched November 8, 1982. Syndicated by Tribune Media Services, it had a run for over three years, ending June 7, 1986. ==Characters and story== The frog Conrad, needing money to pay his bookie, convinces the...
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Conrad

[name] Conrad is a masculine given name and a surname. It is derived from the Old Germanic name Konrad, from conja meaning `bold` and rad `counsel`. It was the name of a 10th-century bishop of Constance, and became popular in post-medieval English and post-medieval French. It regained popularity in the English-speaking world in the 19th cen...
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CONRAD

[organization] ==Work method== CONRAD works by conducting pre-clinical development and clinical trials, mediating between researchers and funding agencies such as government programs or private companies, and training researchers. ==Major projects== CONRAD was a collaborator in CAPRISA 004. CONRAD was a collaborator in the Program for Appro...
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Conrad

Conrad is an English name for boys. The meaning is `courteous, wise advisor` The name Conrad is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. (3 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: Konrada The name sounds like: Kennard, Kenward, Kinnard See also: Curt, Koen, Cort
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Conrad

Conrad, d. 1192, Latin king of Jerusalem (1192), marquis of Montferrat, a leading figure in the Third Crusade (see Crusades). He saved Tyre from the Saracens and became (1187) its lord. In 1189 he joined Guy of Lusignan at the siege of Akko, but a year later he sought to displace Guy as king of Jeru...
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CONRAD

Contraceptive Research And Development Program
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Conrad

duke of Lotharingia (Lorraine) from 944 to 953 and ancestor of the Salian dynasty of German kings.[1 related articles]
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Conrad

duke of Lower Lorraine (1076–89), eldest son of the emperor Henry IV, who had him crowned king of the Germans in 1087 in an attempt to confirm the ... [1 related articles]
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