Knight Templar


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a man who belongs to a Masonic order in the United States

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a knight of a religious military order established in 1118 to protect pilgrims and the Holy Sepulcher

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00 Members Race: 1, MASTER ADAM (D Raw) 12-1; 2, Knight Templar (Mrs C Dennis) 5-4; 3, Hessac (C Gibbon) 4-1.
Knight Templar has not run for 185 days, ever since being pulled up in the English Summer National at Uttoxeter when he was sent off the 6-2 third favourite.
Merry Path had plenty in his favour until the rain came yesterday, so with the change in the going, the value alternative could be Knight Templar.
Among many story collections and novels are Knight Templar (1930), The Saint in New York (1935), The Saint Returns (1969), and The Saint in Pursuit (1971).
Lisette immediately sets about to help her aunt care for the children, but escapes when she can to a nearby place where she meets the ghost of a boy who grew up in this same place long ago, who became a Knight Templar, and who relates how he was betrayed.
Meanwhile, Nicholls has likely favourite Knight Templar in the Axminster 100 All Wool Handicap Chase, and can thank Joe Tizzard's father for his runner, Qualitair Memory, in the Royal Axminster 100 Novices' Handicap Chase.
Some of the stories have child or teenage protagonists (the adolescent duelist in Ellen Kushner's "Charis," the daughter of a vampire in Jane Yolen's "Mama Gone"); others have themes of alienation or belonging, many of them reflecting magic in the modern world (the folk musicians in Emma Bull's "A Bird That Whistles," the hip young Knight Templar in Debra Doyle and James D.
Accompanied by his henchman Gwyn - a sort of muscular Watson to his Sherlock Holmes - Sir John finds himself in a world of religious intrigue when he meets up with Gilbert de Rideford, a Knight Templar.
A double at Wincanton, on odds-on favourites Knight Templar and Yorkshire Edition, saw the Ulsterman better Peter Scudamore's record of 1,678 winners.
However, Freeline Fontaine is not certain to stay today's longer trip, so Knight Templar appeals strongly as the percentage call.