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  Discover the answer to whether or not your relationship will last. Some zodiac signs click instantly, while others have to work at it.

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Taurus
Apr 20 - May 20
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Gemini
May 21 - Jun 20
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Cancer
Jun 21 - Jul 22
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Leo
Jul 23 - Aug 22
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Aries
Mar 21 - Apr 19
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Virgo
Aug 23 - Sep 22
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Libra
Sep 23 - Oct 22
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Scorpio
Oct 23 - Nov 21
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Sagittarius
Nov 22 - Dec 21
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Capricorn
Dec 22 - Jan 19
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Aquarius
Jan 20 - Feb 18
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Pisces
Feb 19 - Mar 20
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Gemini
May 21 - Jun 20
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Taurus
Apr 20 - May 20
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Cancer
Jun 21 - Jul 22
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Leo
Jul 23 - Aug 22
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Aries
Mar 21 - Apr 19
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Virgo
Aug 23 - Sep 22
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Libra
Sep 23 - Oct 22
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Scorpio
Oct 23 - Nov 21
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Sagittarius
Nov 22 - Dec 21
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Capricorn
Dec 22 - Jan 19
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Aquarius
Jan 20 - Feb 18
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Pisces
Feb 19 - Mar 20



Image description Charles V 24 February, 1500

Charles V Full Name: Charles of Habsburg. Born: February 24, 1500. Birthplace: Ghent, Flanders, Habsburg Netherlands. Zodiac Sign: Pisces. Died: September 21, 1558 (aged 58). Charles V presided over an expansive realm spanning from the German Low Countries to the Ottoman Empire's borders, Spain, Italy, and the burgeoning territories of Central and South America. Charles V ascended to the thrones of Castile, Aragon, and Burgundy through his mother in 1506. In 1519, he was crowned emperor of the Habsburg Empire. The Pope crowned him Holy Roman Emperor in 1530, the same year he was elected. Constraints characterized the reign of Charles V: opposition to the Protestant Reformation in the lower countries confrontations with the Ottoman Empire under Suleiman the Magnificent in Eastern Europe the capture of Francis I by his forces at the Battle of Pavia in 1525. Charles V initially had a deformed lower mandible, a common trait among Habsburgs, and he later developed gout. Charles V relinquished his dominion to his son Philip II and brother Ferdinand I in 1554. He subsequently retired to a Spanish monastery, where he passed away in 1558.

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