Maldon

NOUN
  1. a battle in which the Danes defeated the Saxons in 991; celebrated in an old English poem
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How To Use Maldon In A Sentence

  • Mr Harris was commodore at the Maldon Little Ship Club from April 2001 to March 2003, carrying out charity work on the club's behalf.
  • The rising star, a pupil at St Francis School, Maldon, was up against 300 other children in auditions last October.
  • To the westward the view extended over an immense level plain as far as the Mount, at Monte Video, and to the eastward, over the mammillated country of Maldonado. Chapter III
  • They even did the Leiomy Lolly made famous by New York voguer, Leiomy Maldonado. Latest News
  • When the vegetables have cooled, mix into a large serving bowl with the herbs, olive, a drizzle of virgin olive oil, some Maldon sea salt and freshly ground black pepper.
  • Sprinkle some Maldon salt all over the pastry top.
  • Plans for a new nightspot in Maldon have been rejected by district councillors concerned about public safety.
  • It has been an excursion steamer and a floating restaurant. It often stops at the Essex coast but has never before called at Maldon.
  • Although apparently the last of the churches built at Maldon, it became the principal church of the town; Robert Darcy established a chantry there.
  • Those of Maldon, it is stated in the sixteenth century recension of the custumal, were customarily made by bailiffs, burgesses, freemen, and commonalty.
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