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Definition of the noun agincourt
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- a battle in northern France in which English longbowmen under Henry V decisively defeated a much larger French army in 1415
Agincourt were an English psych folk band.
- album: "Fly Away"
- "Agincourt" a.k.a. "Azincourt" is an historical novel written by Bernard Cornwell. The book relates the events leading to the Battle of Agincourt, through its protagonist Nicholas Hook. In the United States, it was published under the title Agincourt.
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- "Agincourt" is a book by Christopher Hibbert.
- subjects: History, France, Europe, Great Britain, Military branch, England, British Cuisine, Warfare, World
- "Agincourt" is a book by Joseph Hunter.
- "Agincourt" is a book by Raymond Garlick.
Agincourt is a canonical version, musical recording.
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Small-Screen Shakespeare (2014)
by Peter Cochran
Agincourt is a lot more detailed than the sad event in An Age of Kings, a lot less chaotic than Kenneth Branagh's mud- and blood-bath, and has almost a clear narrative thread. Fluellen (Owen Teale), is deprived of Jamy, MacMorris, and Gower ...
by Oliver Goldsmith, William Pinnock
The ' 2 Agincourt is a village in the province of Artois, formerly part of the French Netherlands. ' Questions for Examination. 1. What were the first steps taken 9 HENRY V. 129 France was at that time engaged; and assembling a great ...
Studies in Language and Form by Ralph Berry
Agincourt is the test. Everything that precedes it is public, and subject to the judgement that public figures are obliged to act in ways that are not comparable with those of private men.11 In IV, 1, the private world of a public man is examined.
by Simon Hall
AGINCOURT comment attributed to Third Afghan War May-Aug i9i9. a month of fighting broke out when Afghan forces invaded British India. After the dispatch by the UK of the first aeroplane ever seen in KabuL the Indian government and ...
by Robert Heinl, Jr.
Shakespeare: King Henry V, iv, 3, 1598(address to the English troops by King Henry before Agincourt) ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
AGINCOURT, a village of the French Netherlands, in the ...
Aggregatian Agincourt. Ariassert at arms on foot mixed with 4000 archers, with. that no one of them can be taken away without destroying the form of the whole. They are opposed to simple flowers, which have no such common part.
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- Memorial at Agincourt
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- Plan of the battlefield at Agincourt
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- Agincourt Single Ignition Barrage
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- Battle of Agincourt
Battle of Agincourt illustration. By @shobeng
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