Angevin

NOUN
  1. a resident of Anjou
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How To Use Angevin In A Sentence

  • Although the Angevin monarchs no longer had most of their Angevin lands, their grand dynastic visions had not diminished.
  • The first is a crossing of a French table grape called madeleine angevin with the much frowned-upon muller-thurgau. Will this be English wine's best ever year?
  • Abulafia, “The Kingdom of Sicily under the Hohenstaufen and Angevins,” in D. Delizia!
  • ROGER HIGHFIELD, DPhil, studied for his doctorate at Oxford University and the Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble. SuperCooperators
  • As the income Edward II derived from his tenure of the duchy exceeded that of all the English shires combined,2 he not surprisingly exerted great effort to maintain his administrative and judicial presence in what remained to him of the so-called Angevin empire. The Maintenance of Ducal Authority in Gascony: The Career of Sir Guy Ferre the Younger 1298-1320
  • At its fullest extent the Angevin Empire comprised most of western France.
  • When NARAL, a group built around the fight for reproductive freedom, chose to withhold support from the antichoice Democrat Jim Langevin in the 2006 Rhode Island Senate race and endorse pro-choice Republican Lincoln Chafee they earned the ire of the liberal blogosphere. Big Girls Don’t Cry
  • At its fullest extent the Angevin Empire comprised most of western France.
  • Langevin has developed evidence, for example, that the fascial network may correspond to the network of acupuncture points and meridians. Eva Norlyk Smith, Ph.D.: Staying Fit: Yoga, Rolfing and the Elusive Cinderella Tissues
  • Evenings I longed for the lisp of Poitiers, the sarcasm of the Angevin back country. The Best American Poetry 2008
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