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a member of a Germanic people who conquered England and merged with the Angles and Jutes to become Anglo-Saxons

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of or relating to or characteristic of the early Saxons or Anglo-Saxons and their descendents (especially the English or Lowland Scots) and their language

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We look forward to having Chandra's valuable insights and involvement in accelerating Saxon Global's business portfolios.
Weapons from that period are incredibly rare as iron and steel objects dating back to Saxon times are usually very fragile.
It was a very emotional journey - when Saxon was born he could fit into the palm of my hand, he was about the size of a slice of bread.
In its most radical iteration, Nazism excluded Christianity from the Saxon synthesis of folk and faith.
This final volume in the series presents specialist reports and illustrations on the Saxon and later finds and on environmental remains recovered during archaeological investigations in the Ebbsfleet valley, near Gravesend, Kent, in conjunction with engineering for the section of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link now known as High Speed 1.
As a result of the transaction, Saxon will continue to be owned by Schlumberger, affiliates of First Reserve Corporation and Saxon management.
Now it has been revealed that Saxon has started a new role with a security firm in the west of England today.
Saxon adds a premier servicing operation with a scalable U.
in a royal Saxon residence near the modern town of Wantage in Oxfordshire, the youngest of five surviving children of remarkably pious parents, King Ethelwulf and his Jutish Queen, Osburh.
The company, which produces math books based on continued practice and incremental development, was founded by John Saxon, a decorated combat veteran with a strong vision that didn't involve catering to anybody's requirements except his own.
Harcourt said that Saxon Math is the nation's best selling skills-based mathematics program for grades K-12.
The 'serpentine line' favoured by the Anglo Saxons also found expression in 18th century gardens as it did in the paintings of Hogarth and Blake.
Since first describing the protein in the May 2002 issue of Nature Medicine, cocreators Andrew Saxon, director of the Asthma, Allergy, and Immunologic Disease Center at the University of California at Los Angeles, and Christopher Kepley, an assistant professor of internal medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, have tested GE2 in several model systems for allergic reactions, with highly promising results.
One end of GE2 binds to the brake and the other to the trigger, bringing the two receptors together and defusing the [allergy] bomb," says Andrew Saxon of the University of California, Los Angeles.
The Anglo-Saxons in the nineteenth century novel' by Andrew Sanders; `The charge of the Saxon brigade: Tennyson's Battle of Brunanburh' by Edward B.