Count On is a major mathematics education project in the United Kingdom which was announced by education secretary David Blunkett at the end of 2000. It was the follow-on to Maths Year 2000 which was the UK's contribution to UNICEF's World Mathematical Year.
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... Geir, who becomes count Gero, marries Sigberta, the heiress of the bishop's family's German county of Berga, but is restless and decides to embark to the first crusade, after ... Juvalos Gerakis, the Finnish- or Greek-born Count of Sinetra in Calabria and his current wife, countess Aurelia, another Finno-Byzantine noble, rescue Aurelia's daughter Constanzia -heiress of Montecaldo ... Then the count sends his son and heir to the crusade ...
... In 868 Count Vímara Peres was named Count of Portugal, after the reconquest of the region north of the Douro river ...
... Aristocracy Raymond I, Count of Toulouse (died 865) Raymond II, Count of Toulouse (died 924) Raymond III, Count of Toulouse (died 978) Raymond IV, Count of Toulouse (c. 1041 or 1042–1105) Raymond V, Count of Toulouse (1134–1198) Raymond VI, Count of Toulouse (1156–1222) Raymond VII, Count of Toulouse (1197–1249) Raymond II of Tripoli (c. 1115–1152), Count of Tripoli from 1137 to 1152 Raymond III of Tripoli (c ...
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“Many count on their disadvantages to cover for them.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“Do not count on much from the future, nor trouble your mind about the past.”
“Out of all those centuries the Greeks can count seven sages at the most, and if anyone looks at them more closely I swear hell not find so much as a half-wise man or even a third of a wise man among them.”
—Desiderius Erasmus (c. 14661536)
“And do you count for nothing God who fights for us?”
—Jean Racine (16391699)