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Synonyms for Anglo-French

the French (Norman) language used in medieval England


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Eisenhower, who was seeking a second term, urged a diplomatic resolution, but such ran counter to the Anglo-French desire for military action.
Despite this work, and in part because of it, Dutton's Politics of Diplomacy is able to add a considerable amount to our understanding of how and why the Anglo-French alliance functioned as it did.
I don't see an Anglo-French competition being successful or lasting that long," Gatland said.
If they don't, the Anglo-French partners have to make good on their threat to start their own competition.
Funny business: Anglo-French clowns Emilion and Andreea Delbosq, who have been named as Best British Circus Clowns.
A total of 724 British soldiers died of cholera near Varna in the summer of 1854, as Varna was chosen as a logistic hub for the Anglo-French forces in the Black Sea before they sailed off to tackle the Russian forces in the Crimea, after in June 1854 the Russian land forces withdrew from the Danube city of Silistra in Northeastern Bulgaria.
The six unions have have proved determined to find a solution, while they also have the support of the International Rugby Board, whose chairman Dr Syd Millar launched an astonishing attack on the Anglo-French clubs earlier this week.
Hills replied that Folkestone was hoping to welcome Pompadour supporters at the Anglo-French raceday on December 3.
For the Anglo-French team--it is based in Enstone near Oxford in the UK, where more than 500 engineers are employed and at Viry-Chatillon, 20 km south of Paris, where 250 people work on the design, development and operation of the Formula One engines--the new car represented a number of challenges.
The plane's origins stem from when England and France worked closely to produce sever significant Anglo-French aircraft back in the 1960s.
It has undergone successful trials at Gatwick and a similar product is already in use with Anglo-French rail operator Eurotunnel.
After a detailed contextualization of the village's nineteenth-century development in her second chapter, Jahnke analyzes Anglo-French relations in the Catholic parish of St.
Under Freud's scrutiny, Constable may well be reborn on both sides of the Channel, launching another chapter in the story of Anglo-French alliances.
Rogers, on the Anglo-French peace negotiations of 1354-60; and Michael Bennett, on the continuing importance of Queen Isabelle in Anglo-French diplomacy and cultural exchange in the late 1350s.
In a straggle or liquor industry titans, the Anglo-French consortium triumphed over a competing offer by Brown-Forman Corp.
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