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1764–1765 in a sentence

1. This hypothesis is based on the testimony of Chukchi geographer Nikolai Daurkin, who had visited Alaska in 1764–1765 and who had reported on a village on the Kheuveren River, populated by "bearded men" who "pray to the icons".

2. In the second half of the 18th century, European knowledge of Patagonia was further augmented by the voyages of the previously mentioned John Byron (1764–1765), Samuel Wallis (1766, in the same HMS Dolphin which Byron had earlier sailed in) and Louis Antoine de Bougainville (1766).

3. In his Contemplation de la nature (Amsterdam, 1764–1765;

4. In 1764–1765 Young met and became a friend of Walter Harte, who published his Essays on Husbandry in 1764.

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6. General Sir Hector Munro, 8th laird of Novar KB (1726 – 27 December 1805) was a British soldier who became the ninth Commander-in-Chief of India (1764–1765).

7. This is less implausible than it might seem, since according to Mahling, Mozart was himself a trained (former) soprano, instructed in childhood (1764–1765) by a celebrated castrato, Giovanni Manzuoli.

8. He was called the "Apollo of the Dance" and performed in many countries, such as Württemberg (1760-1764 and 1770), Austria (1764-1765, 1767-1769 and 1771), Poland (1765-1767 and 1785), Italy (1769-1782), France (1776), Spain (1780), England (1782-1785) and Russia (1786-1803).

9. Along with the imported duits, in 1764, 1765 and 1783, duits were produced under authority of the Company in Java, with one side inscribed 'DUYT JAVAS [date]', and the other the same text in Arabic.

10. Smith's best known work as an author is "Bouquet's Expedition Against the Ohio Indians in 1764" (1765), an account of the last campaign in Pontiac's War, led by Colonel Henry Bouquet.

11. Revivals followed in 1764, 1765, 1772, 1773, 1778, 1779 and 1780.

12. George Washington was asked to intercede on Jonathan Plowman Jr's behalf by the Honorable Daniel Dulany Esq, who had been mayor of Annapolis from 1764-1765.

13. Following the war, Sir Charles went to Saint Petersburg to help re-organize the Russian navy for Catherine the Great in 1764–1765.

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16. The painting in the small rear room depicts their arrival and settling along the bayous of Louisiana in 1764–1765.

17. Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary was built in late Baroque style in 1764–1765.

18. The book caused outrage during the 1764–1765 Diet attended by Maria Theresa and did nothing to reinforce her position.

19. In 1764, 1765, and 1766 he won "premiums" from the Society of Artists for his landscape drawing;

20. Similarly, in contravention of the provisions of the 1763 Proclamation, newly appointed Lieutenant-Governor Montagu Wilmot, in 1764-1765, continued land grants to British settlers without either informing Crown officials in England or Aboriginal peoples in Nova Scotia.

21. Rev.St. §§ 1764, 1765 [5 U.S.C.A. §§ 69, 70]. On the other hand, if his duties as district attorney did not embrace such services as he rendered, and for which he here claims special compensation, then he is entitled to be paid therefor without reference to the regular salary, pay, or emoluments attached to his office.

22. It was built in 1764-1765, and is a one-story, stone structure with a gable roof.

23. grandson of William Mure, MP for Renfrewshire 1742-1761 and Rector of Glasgow 1764–1765;

24. He ruled from 1760 to 1781, although his reign was twice interrupted by usurpers (1764-1765, 1773).

25. He was briefly deposed by an usurper, Badr ul-Alam Syah in 1764-1765.

26. He painted for the Chapel of the Risen Christ in the church of the Santissima Trinità in Bra, including the 14 canvases of the Via Crucis (1764-1765) originally painted for the Franciscan friars, but brought to this church in 1795.

27. Different sources give alternatively 1764, 1765, or 1766 as his year of birth.

28. Ja‘far ibn Sa‘īd ibn Sa‘d (Arabic: جعفر بن سعيد بن سعد‎; d. 1764/1765) was a sharif of the Zayd clan who served as Sharif and Emir of Mecca in August–September 1759.

29. He remained on good terms with his brother until his death in 1178 AH (1764/1765).

30. This hypothesis is based on the testimony of Chukchi geographer Nikolai Daurkin, who had visited Alaska in 1764–1765 and who had reported on a village on the Kheuveren River, populated by "bearded men" who "pray to the icons".