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a member (or supporter) of the house of Lancaster

a resident of Lancaster

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Jenni Nuttall, The Creation of Lancastrian Kingship: Literature, Language and Politics in Late Medieval England, Cambridge University Press, 2007, pp.
The powerful defender dug in his heels and turned down the Lancastrians, despite visiting their ground.
He said only 95 Lancastrians were built, compared to thousands of Lancasters, only two airworthy examples of which remain in existence.
As befits a team which hails from the home of crown green, a crack team of Lancastrians, internationals all, including captain Crawley himself, had the freedom of the biggest green they're ever likely to be allowed on, as they toured the ground to impress the locals with their grasp of how to roll a cricket ball.
As Strohm establishes, the Lollard threat was crucial to the Lancastrian identification with the defence of orthodoxy -- so crucial, in fact, that Strohm notes that if the Lollards had not existed the Lancastrians would have had to invent them.
In this new study, Paul Strohm examines the `imaginative' problems the Lancastrians faced and the symbolic strategies with which they addressed them.
The possible early date of some manuscripts, the rather tight circle of civil servants and lesser gentry which formed the main audience of Chaucer's works, and the many plain manuscripts make it improbable that the Lancastrians took such an active part in promoting literary works for political ends.
1471: The Yorkists defeated the Lancastrians at the Battle of Tewkesbury in the War of the Roses, killing Lancastrian heir to the throne Edward, Prince of Wales - the exiled Henry Tudor, a distant relative of the main branch, would pronounce himself the Lancastrian heir.
Our Historical Commission and Society work tirelessly to remind us who we are - Lancastrians.
AS THE snow fell on Palm Sunday, March 29, 1461, Lancastrians and Yorkists fought in brutal hand-to-hand combat at Towton in Yorkshire.
A perfect performance secured the Lancastrians a place in the grand final at the 'home of golf', St Andrews, on April 1.
King Henry VII, your readers will recall, united Wales and England through the marriage of the Welsh Tudors and English Lancastrians.
Devon, who beat the Lancastrians 26-19 last year, will be looking to complete a hat-trick of wins having also taken the scalp of Gloucestershire in the 2004 final.
1460: The Yorkists defeated the Lancastrians and captured Henry VI at the Battle of Northampton.
After landing at Portland with an army from France, the Lancastrians, exhausted by their march, turned to face their pursuers outside Tewkesbury Abbey.