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Quizbowl Notes

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955 siege of it led by Lehel and Sur broken by Otto the Great at Battle of Lechfeld. Unsuccessful 1458 agreement btwn. Catholics and Protestants known as it's “interim”, it was replaced by Leipzig Interim. Augsburg
lends its name to a document that restates the Torgau Articles, written by Philipp Melanchthon and known as this city’s “Confession”. “Cuius Regio, Eius Religio” was proclaimed in a namesake 1555 peace in this city Augsburg
Sir Philip Mowbray and Thomas of Lancaster both commanded at this battle; Robert Keith led a 500-man cavalry charge around a swamp that scattered archers during this battle, and the losing the losing forces were jointly commanded by the Earls of Glouceste Battle of Bannockburn
said to have largest base circumference of any mountain in the world, and due to tectonic uplifting, its elevation is still increasing. It is the source of a namesake glacier, as well as the Hubbard glacier; a similar named mount. is on State Seal of Ohio Mt. Logan
Norse equivalent of Cerebrus and guards the gates of Hel; killed by Tyr at Ragnarok Garmr
wrote Around the World in Seventy-Two Days ; wrote Ten Days in a Mad-House ; worked for Joseph Pulitzer at New York World; a.k.a. Elizabeth Jane Cochran Nellie Bly
. Notably featuring the unofficial adoption of Buddhism as the state religion at the instigation of Emperor Shomu, FTP, name this era of Japanese history, lasting from 710 to 794 CE, which ended when Emperor Kammu moved the capital to Heian-kyo. Nara Period
his lover was George Dyer. Painted Head VI ; Figure with Meat ; Figure with Meat ; Study after Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X ; famous for his grotesque imagery Francis Bacon
Doesnt work for cases of holes and doesnt suffice when two or more Schrodinger wave functions in same shell have the same energy, a case known as degeneracy. A common counterexample to this formulation is copper Aufbau principle
its mechanism can be augmented with Hund's Rules and the Pauli Exclusion Principle. FTP, name this principle of electron addition that takes its name from the German for "building up." Aufbau principle
it was proven in 1935 by Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen quantum entaglement
wrote "Conrad's Darkness"; wrote In a Free State ; A Bend in the River V.S. Naipaul
this ballet has a libretto written by Alexander Benois ; has the Wet Nurses' Dance to the folk song "Down the Petersky Road." ; protagonist gets axed by a Moor and haunts the Old Wizard, his maker; 1911 ballet Petrushka
. This law was passed after a delegation of Pennsylvania farmers met to draft a memo to Congress at the Harrisburg Delegation. "Mr.X" said it was " unconstitutional, unequal, and oppressive" Tarriff of Abominations (Tarriff of 1832)
wroter "The Drapier's Letters" Jonathan Swift
assasinated by Khalid Islambouli in 1981 Anwar Sadat
Polish-born National Security Advisor under Jimmy Carter ; played chess with Menachem Begin Zbigniew Brzezinski
this numbered U.N. Security Council resolution mandated Israeli withdrawal from territories occupied after the Six-Day War UNSCR 242
wrote Noli Me Tangere; El Filibusterismo ; Mi Ultimo Adios ; died fighting for the Filipino revolution José Protasio Mercado RIZAL
this special type of good that people buy more of when the price increases Giffen goods
mentor and teacher of A.C. Pigou who posited the idea of Giffen goods Alfred Marshall
This monarch married the Catholic Henrietta Maria and appointed Richard Montagu and William Laud Archbishop of Cantebury Charles I
wrote The Four Books of Sentences ; divided into Quaestiones Peter Lombard
This spring 1915 battle in western Belgium saw Germany's first large-scale chlorine gas attack on the Western front, against Canadians. This battle was made up of four smaller engagements including Gravenstafel and St. Julien. Second Ypres
its largest tributary is the Benue River where it meets it at Lokoja Niger River
The earliest surviving form of this instrument was attributed to Andrea Amati ; is one octave below the viola
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