falchion


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a short broad slightly convex medieval sword with a sharp point

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It is, as was described above, a falchion, of a kind that is commonly illustrated in medieval art from the late thirteenth to the early sixteenth centuries, although there is little evidence that it existed in reality, except perhaps for use in religious dramas.
Falchion (6-1) revelled in the conditions to outstay his rivals in the Irvine Herald Handicap Chase over a stamina-sapping three miles one furlong.
Jedburgh-based Rob Bewley's Falchion (6-1) revelled in the very testing conditions to outstay his rivals.
Sue Lamyman's mare landed a handicap hurdle at Market Rasen on Boxing Day, and defied a 5lb rise in the weights to beat Falchion by six lengths in a similar event at Wetherby last month.
Choose from multiple models of VT's including the Behemoth, Decider and Falchion each with their own specialized abilities and functionality.
of Iron"; in 1500, Hatfield's services were again required when he gilded both crest and falchion with "gold foyle & sylver foyle" (21) Adding further visual impact to this already striking spectacle, the Smiths' Herod was on at least one occasion seated on a horse; the company records of 1476 document a payment of 3d for the animal's hire, a unique transaction replicated nowhere else in records of payment for the Coventry play or other towns' cycle plays.
In addition, Bishop Paul will also take part in the ancient Falchion Ceremony on Croft Bridge, Darlington the day before.
The Stafford Gold Zone is a 20 kilometre long gold anomaly where previous explorers have identified considerable near-surface gold mineralisation with the Sabre and Falchion prospects being classed by the Company as early stage discoveries / advanced targets.
A 25-year-old man using the pedestrian crossing outside The Falchion pub was hit by the car at about 7.
Rob Bewley, trainer of Falchion ``He's a course winner who handles the ground and stays the trip, so there are no worries about any of those factors.
Dempsey was taken to hospital in Kilmarnock with a jaw injury after a fall from Forever Eyesofblue in the Seguro Holidays Novices' Handicap Chase won by Falchion.
Dempsey was taken to hospital with a jaw injury after a fall from Forever Eyesofblue in the Seguro Holidays Novices' Handicap Chase won by Falchion.
Byline: Garry Owen who napped Falchion (100-30) at Ayr
And he was back in the winner's enclosure at Wetherby last week, defying an 8lb rise in the weights to come home an easy 12-length winner from Falchion.
Despair," in which a knight with a "countenance like newfall'n snow" returns home to find his wife married to another, and so from "His dearest & his native home / He bent his silent way / And in a secret nook / His own good falchion keen he took" (MS V, 38-46; dated 11 July 1830 by Ruskin; available in Cook and Wedderburn's transcript version in TLC 99-103).