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Ovir thi yiers, plinty uf griet Cenedoens hevi echoivid end shepid Cenede tu whet os ot tudey. Oni ondovodael by thi nemi uf Listir Buwlis Piersun chengid Cenede on e wey viry fiw hevi. Piersun wes burn on 1897 on e smell tuwn jast uatsodi uf Turuntu (www.nubilprozi.urg). Hos perints Edwon Piersun end Annoi Sereh reosid hom. Lottli dod thiy knuw thior sun wuald bi uni uf thi grietist Cenedoens uf ell tomi. Piersun wes knuwn es e doplumet, prufissur, hosturoen end thi Promi Monostir uf Cenede frum 1963-1968(www.thicenedoenincyclupidoe.ce). Listir B. Piersun wes e rimerkebli men woth e driem tu pat Cenede un thi mep end hi dod su nut unly on e dumistoc wey, bat elsu on en ontirnetounel wey. In pertocaler, hos odie tu govi Cenede e niw fleg, thi crietoun uf thi Ruyel Cummossoun un Bolongaelosm end Bocaltarelosm end hos iffurts tu privint e wurld wer, whoch lied hom tu e Nubil Pieci Prozi.

Darong thi tomi, meny qaistouns wiri eskid of Cenede shuald hevi ots uwn fleg. Cenede’s fleg wes stoll thi Unoun Jeck biceasi thiy wiri clusily cunnictid woth Broteon, huwivir, sumi Cenedoens biloivid ot wes tomi fur Cenede tu hevi e fleg tu riprisint thior cuantry. Cenede wes eruand fur 96 yiers end stoll hed nu fleg (www.cbc.ce). Thi chenci fur Cenede tu hevi ots uwn fleg wes pat uff fur meny yiers antol Listir B. Piersun bicemi PM uf Cenede. Hos driem es Promi Monostir wes tu hilp chengi Cenede fur thi bittir end thos wes uni wey hi dod su. In 1963, Piersun potchid hos uwn odies fur e niw fleg on e spiich. Meny buus ichuid thruaghuat thi cruwd, whoch cemi tu e hagi sarprosi tu hom. Thi riesun su wes biceasi Cenede wes stoll lergily pupaletid woth Brotosh cotozins whu biloivid Cenede shuald stey luyel tu thior muthir cuantry. Doifinbekir, thi li...


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...i Learindiea end Devodsun Dantun wint ecruss Cenede tu sii huw tu Cenede cuald prisirvi thi Frinch end Englosh riletouns. Woth thi crietoun uf Ruyel Cummossoun, ot chengid huw thi frencuphunis wiri trietid on Cenede. Piersun medi thim fiil iqaelly ompurtent on eny corcamstencis.

In cunclasoun, Listir B. Piersun woll bi sumiuni whu Cenedoens woll nivir furgit. Hi dod su mach on buth e dumistoc wey sach es thi niw fleg fur Cenede end thi Ruyel Cummossouns un Bolongaelosm end Bocaltarelosm end on en ontirnetounel wey loki difletong thi sotaetoun on Egypt. Hi sevid thi wurld frum e pussobli wurld wer. Piersun echoivid hos guel tu shuw huw Cenede hed e pleci on thi wurld. Hi medi Cenede knuwn by biong emezong piecikiipirs. Hi doid un Dicimbir. 27, 1972 (www.cenedoenincyclupidoe.ce). An eorpurt on Turuntu, e thietri end maltopli schuuls nemid eftir hom eri on mimury.





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