Hanoverian


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Hanoverian

1. of, relating to, or situated in Hannover
2. of or relating to the princely house of Hanover or to the monarchs of England or their reigns from 1714 to 1901
3. a member or supporter of the house of Hanover
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From 1714 to 1834, the Hanoverians were also the rulers of the British Empire.
Racing off a mark of 88, Hanoverian Baron appears to be back on a highly-winnable mark.
She is well matched by the powerful tenor voice of Irakli Grigali as heroic painter Cavarodossi, and while Dragos - resembling Donald Sinden playing a portly Hanoverian monarch - may not be as evil as one would like, he generates a level of toad-like malevolence.
Weld was also predicting a bright future for Casual Conquest who made a perfect start to his career by seeing off Hanoverian Baron in the colts maiden.
Wrightson, "The Family in Early Modern England: Continuity and Change," in Hanoverian Britain and Empire.
The first and shorter part gives a good overview of the history of Cornwall and its saints' cults from the early Middle Ages up through Hanoverian times.
Goldsworthy the King's Equery, the Hanoverian Resident, and Miss Goldsworthy, sub Governess to the two young Princesses, followed.
PHOTO (Color) Diana and Michael Caro raise Hanoverian horses, and chickens, on their five-acre hilltop property in Moorpark.
A recent review by Julian Gwyn, in the Canadian Journal of History (XXV, December 1990), made short work of Nicholas Rogers' discussion of extra-Parliamentary reform politics in English cities during the early Hanoverian period.
Several horses will be presented, including: Romulus, an 11-year-old Oldenburg gelding and FEI horse, owned and ridden by Postleb in a demonstration of lateral movements; and Gideon, a 19-year-old Hanoverian gelding, also an FEI horse, owned by LaVerle Jessup, demonstrating work in-hand with Postleb and Ivan Kelly, a CDI assistant trainer.
BEYOND the human cost of the victory at Waterloo, a total 1,495 British and Hanoverian horses died.
LESLEY Wheatley and her young Hanoverian Captain Barbosa secured a top-10 place in the Shearwater Potential International Dressage Horse four-year-old class at this year's LeMieux National Dressage finals at Stoneleigh Park, writes ANNA HARRIS.