Seal of Frederick, by God's grace Duke of Austria
Seal of Andrew II, 1224
Frederick's tomb in the Heiligenkreuz chapter hall
The "Árpád stripes" (four Argent (silver) and four Gules (red) stripes) on Andrew's personal coat-of-arms
Andrew II depicted in Illuminated Chronicle
Gertrude of Merania and Andrew depicted in the 13th-century Landgrafenpsalter from the Landgraviate of Thuringia
Andrew at the head of his crusader army (from the Illuminated Chronicle)
The Golden Bull of 1222
Andrew's statute on Heroes' Square in Budapest

Duke of Austria and Styria from 1230 until his death.

- Frederick II, Duke of Austria

Andrew and Frederick II, Duke of Austria, signed a peace treaty in late 1233.

- Andrew II of Hungary
Hebrew Orphan Asylum of New York (built 1884, demolished 1955-1956) depicted here in 1893.
Mutual Reserve Building at 305 Broadway in Manhattan, New York City was built in 1892–94 and was designed by William H. Hume in the Romanesque Revival style in the Richardsonian mode. Designated a New York City landmark on December 20, 2011
B. Altman's Fifth Avenue store, which is now home to The Graduate Center of The City University of New York and Oxford University Press
Originally the B. Altman Dry Goods Store, designed by David & John Jardine and built 1876–77 with addition on the south in 1887 by William H. Hume
Altman's store on Sixth Avenue in the Ladies' Mile shopping district
Artist Creator:B. Altman & Co (1894), Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Artist Creator:B. Altman & Co (1883), Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Artist Creator:B. Altman & Co (1881), Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Artist Creator:B. Altman & Co (1894), Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Artist Creator:B. Altman & Co (1894), Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Artist Creator:B. Altman & Co (1850), Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Artist Creator:B. Altman & Co (1850), Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Artist Creator:B. Altman & Co (1881), Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Luxury department store and chain, founded in 1865 in New York City, New York, by Benjamin Altman.

- B. Altman and Company

Hume designed an addition to the B. Altman Dry Goods Store at 615–629 Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue), between West 18th and 19th Streets in the Flatiron District of Manhattan, New York City.

- William H. Hume
Portrait by Michiel Coxcie, 1545
June: Aztec battles.
Dorothea of Denmark, Electress Palatine
November 8: Stockholm Bloodbath.
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Danish, Norwegian and Swedish princess and an electress of the Palatinate as the wife of Elector Frederick II of the Palatinate.

- Dorothea of Denmark, Electress Palatine

November 10 – Dorothea of Denmark, Electress Palatine, Princess of Denmark, Sweden and Norway (d. 1580)

- 1520
An attacking player attempts to evade two defenders

Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1990s and 2000s.

- Matt Parsons

Prop: Matt Parsons (South Sydney)

- List of Dally M Awards winners
Car at an auto show in Germany

Philippines’ biggest motor show in terms of visitor count, cars on display, and exhibitors.

- Manila International Auto Show

Manila International Auto Show (Manila, April)

- List of auto shows and motor shows by continent
Analog television encoding systems by nation; NTSC (green), SECAM (orange), and PAL or PAL/SECAM (blue).
Analog television encoding systems by nation; NTSC (green), SECAM (orange), and PAL (blue).
Un-decoded PAL image, showing chroma information as fine patterns chroma dots (click to zoom) overlapping the luma signal
Chromat 2062, East German–produced dual standard PAL/SECAM TV set
Decoded PAL image, with chroma fully recovered. Some minor artifacts (see dot crawl) are present across transition areas (click to zoom)
Spectrum of a SECAM broadcast, with colour (red) and sound (green, yellow) sub-carrier frequencies
Spectrum of a System I television channel with PAL.
RF spectrogram and waterfall of an actual PAL-I transmission with NICAM.
Oscillogram of composite PAL signal—one frame.
Oscillogram of composite PAL signal—several lines.
Oscillogram of composite PAL signal—two lines.
A waterfall display showing an 20ms long interlaced PAL frame with high FFT resolution
Analyzing a PAL signal and decoding the 20ms frame and 64µs lines
The composite video (CVBS) signal used in systems M and N before combination with a sound carrier and modulation onto an RF carrier.

It was one of three major analogue colour television standards, the others being NTSC and SECAM.

- PAL

It was one of three major analog color television standards, the others being PAL and NTSC.

- SECAM
Ski Resort Zauchensee
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Place in the Austrian municipality of Altenmarkt im Pongau, located in the state of Salzburg.

- Zauchensee

🇦🇹 Ariane Rädler (26), in her 4th season – Super-G in Zauchensee – 3rd place

- 2021–22 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup
Reno Gazette-Journal. November 4, 1942.

American politician.

- Maurice J. Sullivan

Maurice J. Sullivan (Democratic) 42.3%

- 1926 United States House of Representatives elections
Alice Maude Sorabji, from an 1896 publication.
Francina Sorabji, from a 1905 publication.

Alice Maude Sorabji was born at Belgaum, the youngest daughter of Francina Sorabji and Reverend Sorabji Karsedji.

- Alice Maude Sorabji Pennell

Two of their children died in infancy; their seven surviving children included lawyer Cornelia Sorabji, educator Susie Sorabji, and medical doctor Alice Maude Sorabji Pennell.

- Francina Sorabji
The main characters of the show. From left to right: Coco, Bloo, Mac, Eduardo, Frankie Foster, and Wilt
Coco is capable of laying colorful eggs.
US reissue picture sleeve (1976)
Craig McCracken in 2007 holding the Annie Award won by Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends as Best Animated TV Production.

Song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

- With a Little Help from My Friends

On Thanksgiving Day, 2006, characters from the show performed the Beatles' "With a Little Help from My Friends".

- Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends