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  • Cape Breton playing is highly accented, characterized by driven up-bowing. The tunes of other music origins (Irish, Canadian, French-Canadian, etc.) sound
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  • legal and cultural history was changed in 1066, when William, Duke of Normandy (also called William the Conqueror) successfully invaded the nation and
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  • Northern France and Île-de-France - Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Picardy, Normandy, and Île-de-France The Great West - Brittany and Pays de la Loire
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  • year. The drink is also popular and traditional in Brittany (chistr) and Normandy (France) (cidre), Ireland and Asturias (sidra) and the Basque Country (sagardoa)
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  • Westlake/MacArthur Park Concurrency with Red Line Wilshire/Vermont Concurrency Terminus with Red Line Wilshire/Normandy Wilshire/Western Western Terminus
    124 bytes (26 words) - 23:28, 14 September 2011
  • Dieppe Raid in August 1942, the Allied invasion of Italy, and the Battle of Normandy. Axis U-boats operated in Canadian and Newfoundland waters throughout the
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  • area later known as Normandy. When Edward the Confessor's cousin, William, inherited Normandy in 1035 the links between Normandy and England were cemented
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  • William II of Normandy was to begin the hundred years of war between England and France with his victory at the Battle of Hastings.
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  • - Normandy. The next significant influence on the language was Scandinavian. Tribes of "Nordmen" from the north invaded what was to become Normandy, and
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  • invasion of Normandy, codenamed 'Operation Overlord', began on June 6, 1944, with the landing of airborne and amphibious troops in Normandy. The initial
    23 KB (3,839 words) - 22:33, 31 December 2011
  • north-west of South Korea and perform an amphibious invasion, like the one on Normandy in WW2, deep behind the enemy lines which would : cut off the supply
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  • Wilshire/Vermont. It then continues on Wilshire until it reaches Wilshire/Normandy and Wilshire/Western, its western terminus. Both the Red and Purple lines
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  • also known as "Plantagenet". While Geoffrey attempted to gain control of Normandy, Matilda battled with Stephen for control of England. After capturing Stephen
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  • Revisited, a group which organizes tours of Normandy for British Veterans, who states that the beaches of Normandy wouldn't be quite the same with wind farms
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  • the throne as King Henry II. He already had control over the duchy of Normandy; he had also inherited Anjou from his father Geoffrey. Furthermore, he
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  • line, who converted to Christianity and married Ethelred's widow, Emma of Normandy. Canute's two infamous sons, the illegitimate Harald Harefoot (1037-1040)
    1,002 bytes (153 words) - 02:27, 22 February 2011
  • Starting with William, Duke of Normandy, (AKA William the Conqueror) there was a long line Norman kings that would lead and rule over England. During this
    909 bytes (141 words) - 13:06, 3 November 2014
  • paratroopers were dropped into Normandy. Hours later, American, British, French and Canadian soldiers landed at Normandy on the north coast of France.
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  • will to fight. On June 6, 1944, Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy on what has become known as D-Day. The offensive was successful for the
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