Lancastrian


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a member (or supporter) of the house of Lancaster

a resident of Lancaster

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This latest volume describes three Lancastrian attempts to overthrow the Yorkists, ending with the death of Edward's successor, Richard III, at Bosworth in 1485--and the accession of Henry VII and the rise of the Tudor dynasty.
The sporting dinner will be held at the Lancastrian Suite on Friday, April 4.
The Queen poses for a regimental photograph with members of the Royal Mercian and Lancastrian Yeomanry after a homecoming service at Lichfield Cathedral
The list of mix albums, compilations and 'live' recordings bearing his name is seemingly endless but it remains impossible to identify a distinctive sound with the 47-year-old Lancastrian.
Jenni Nuttall, The Creation of Lancastrian Kingship: Literature, Language and Politics in Late Medieval England, Cambridge University Press, 2007, pp.
Lancastrian propaganda dwelt (with some reason) on the luxury and extravagance of Richard's court.
Tykes manager Simon Davey has added a foreign influence to his team since his appointment, with Dennis Souza and Dominik Werling already catching the eye, and they'll be looking to further their reputations with good performances against their Lancastrian opposition.
A ten-time winner, Lancastrian Jet was unbeaten in four completed starts in this sphere last term, and showed he can defy his venerable vintage by collecting at Hereford in April.
More than 700,000 people have voted so far, with Capstin Pole on 35 per cent of the vote in the UK, only two per cent above Lancastrian band Maupa.
Saygin argues effectively that, contrary to scholarly opinion from Stubbs to Pearsall, Humphrey did indeed have a singular organizing policy which consistently informed his actions, and that was his adherence to the role which he believed his brother Henry V had assigned him just before his early death: the protection of his young son, Henry VI, and the integrity of the Lancastrian dynasty.
Lancastrian Couch, based in Bristol, but a regular visitor to Welsh gyms, lost on points to Holland's Lucia Rijker.
Lancastrian Neil Hodgson set third best time while team-mate James Toseland, from Sheffield, was only 11th following an earlier heavy practice session crash.
We've been shadow boxing with our own version of a Lancastrian and Yorkist rivalry.
LAST week's letter from Lancastrian Mrs W Kelly criticising the MBE awarded to Corrie star Liz Dawn who plays Vera Duckworth, provoked a lively response - especially from Yorkshire readers
Which could prove a real headache for punters as both Edmond and Lancastrian Jet are bang in form.