Patay


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Patay

(pätā`), village (1990 pop. 1,953), Loiret dept., N central France. At Patay, in 1429, Joan of Arc defeated the English—one of the most serious English defeats in the Hundred Years War.
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Patay na po iyang isyu ng diumano, tagong yaman ni Presidente Duterte (Let us not revive what is already dead.
Thereafter, he played the leading role in the film Patay Khan along side Noor Jehan.
He said to political gathering which was held at the union councils Selay Patay and Totai Dara on Wednesday.
He stated this during a public gathering at Mohammad Patay in Malakand Agency on Saturday where former candidate for provincial assembly Jehan Zarin Khan along with his family members and supporters joined the party and expressed confidence on partys leadership.
All Saints Day on November 1st is a day of festivities in The Philippines marking the beginning of the Filipino "Araw ng mgba Patay," the celebration of the Day of the Dead.
The high point of the Loire campaign was at Patay, where Joan exhorted the dauphinist commanders to use their spurs in the attack, and promised them that they would be guided to their greatest victory yet.
Principal battles: Agincourt (near Saint-Pol) (1415); Patay (1429); Formigny (near Bayeux) (1450).
Huwag pong maniwala sa mga posts na nagsasabing may mga batang nawawala o may natagpuang patay sa V.
Dahil wala na pong usaping kapayapaan dahil sila rin naman ang may kasalanan diyan -- habang nakikipag-usap ng kapayapaan ay patay sila nang patay ng kasundaluhan -- they are not exempt from full compliance with our penal laws [Because there are no more peace talks since they are the ones at fault there -- they were killing our troops while talking peace -- they are not exempt from full compliance with our penal laws]," he said.
The pickup was carrying passengers from Khadang, Patay and Sar Chinarono and was bound for Batkhels.
The Jirga was held at the remotest village of Khanori, Malakand Agency which was attended by 200 elders of Uthman Khel tribe from all nearby villages namely, Selai Patay, Badama, Dherai, Seend Ghara and Kot Manzaray Baba.
The French and English armies came face to face at Patay on June 18, 1429, and Joan had promised success to the French, saying that they would win a greater victory that day than any he had won so far.