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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 Cane-fencing 18978031911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Cane-fencing CANE-FENCING (the Fr. canne), the art of defending
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  • highlanders (31 May 1859). At the age of twelve he had taken hia first fencing lessons at the school in St. James's Street from Henry Angelo the younger
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  • writer on fencing, describes himself on the title-page of his treatise on fencing as a ‘gentleman,’ and states that he was an adept at fencing with the
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  • Britannica, Volume 3 — Barbed Wire BARBED WIRE, a protective variety of fencing, consisting usually of several strands of wire twisted together with sharp
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  • MalevoltiThomas Seccombe1899 TREMAMONDO, DOMENICO ANGELO MALEVOLTI (1716–1802), fencing master, the son of a wealthy Italian merchant, was born at Leghorn in 1716
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  • 742433Q4216886Egerton CastleEgertonCastleCastle,_Egerton18581920Fencing master, author, and antiquarian. Husband of Agnes Castle This author wrote articles
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  • while on a visit to Lord Norreys in Oxfordshire, he engaged in a fencing match with a fencing-master called Turner, when he accidentally lost one of his eyes
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  • the public Facilities for the accommodation, care and burial of animals Fencing and fences Licensing of dogs Licensing and control of undertakings that
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  • N.A., Ph.D. (E. B.) Base-ball; Foil-fencing; Football, American (in part); Kite-flying (in part) ; Sabre-fencing. BRETT, MICHAEL. (M. BT.) Salvage, Military
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  • Founder of the Epee Club, London. Author of The Golden Hind; &c. British fencing team silver medallist in 1906 Olympics. This author wrote articles for
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  • F — Farley Färoe Islands — Fencing Fénelon — Fessanden Fetich — Fine Arts F Fabius Maximus Factory and Factory-Legislation Faed, Thomas Fahrenheit, Gabriel
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  • and from his car the regions. Thus they formed the worlds. 15. Seven fencing-sticks had he, thrice seven layers of fuel were prepared, When the
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  • where you did your humanities, but in what academy you studied fencing." "Oh—fencing!" It had hardly ever occurred to Andre-Louis that the sword ranked
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  • dairying country, and manufactures woolens, flour, carriages, brick and tile, fencing, etc. The industrial interests are promoted by good water power. Population
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  • VincentioSidney Lee1897 SAVIOLO, VINCENTIO (fl. 1595), writer on fencing, was born at Padua, where a family of the name was long settled (Crollanza
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  • ←Previous F Next→ Flood Plain — Florus Florus — Fluor-spar Flushing — Foil-fencing Foix — Fonseca Flood Plain Floor Floorcloth Floquet, Charles Thomas Flor
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  • Waley REGRET By Yüan Chi [210–263] When I was young I learnt fencing And was better at it than Crooked Castle. My spirit was high as the rolling
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  • (Page du duc de Savoie) Pt. 3. The Tourney of the Rue Saint-Antoine The Fencing Master; Life in Russia (Maître d'armes) (1921) Fernande (1904) Georges
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  • at Christie's in 1797. He then went to Paris and opened a musical and fencing academy, which enabled him for some years to maintain a good position;
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  • commission on the state of the highlands as regards deer, sheep, wire fencing, and the game laws. On 4 Nov. 1879 he published a farewell address to his
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