Constance

Council of Constance noun the council in 1414-1418 that succeeded in ending the Great Schism in the Roman Catholic Church
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Constance

[magazine] Constance is an annual arts and literature journal based in New Orleans, Louisiana, founded in 2006 by graphic designer Erik Kiesewetter and writer/editor Patrick Strange, who is also the ex-managing editor of Los Angeles-based Filter. Exploring the `fragmentary life that is New Orleans,` Constance publishes many forms of visual ...
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Constance

[name] Constance is a female given name that derives from Latin and means `constant.` Variations of the name include Connie, Constancia, Constanze, Constanza, Stanzy, and Konstanze. Notable people with the name include: ...
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Constance

Constance is a French name for girls. The meaning is `constant, steadfast` The name Constance is most commonly given to French girls. (19 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Constantine Kosta The name sounds like: Konstantia, Constantijna See also: Verity, Constancia, Connie
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Constance

Constance is the mother of arthur in King John.
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Constance

Constance, 1154–98, Holy Roman empress, wife of Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI; daughter of King Roger II of Sicily. She was named heiress of Sicily by her nephew King William II. On his death, however (1189), the Sicilian nobles, wishing to prevent German rule in Sicily, chose Constance's nephew...
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Constance

Constance: see Konstanz, Germany.
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Constance

HMS Constance was a British C Class destroyer of 1710 tons displacement launched in 1944. HMS Constance was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots and carried a crew of 186. She was armed with four 4.5 inch dual-purpose guns; four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns; six 20 mm anti-aircraft guns; four 21-inch torpedo tu...
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Constance

queen of Sicily (1194–98) and Holy Roman empress-consort (1191–97), whose marriage to a Hohenstaufen gave that German dynasty a claim to the throne ... [4 related articles]
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