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Anglo-French

the Norman-French language of medieval England
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Interesting etymological examples of Anglo-French word formation, III.
"Consequently, RRW looks forward to working with the WRU to support its efforts and positive engagement in striving to ensure our teams are involved in strong, valuable European clubs' competitions in time for next season." ERC, which is made up of representatives from unions and clubs, had been accused by the Anglo-French alliance of failing to cash in on the worth of the tournament.
If they don't, the Anglo-French partners have to make good on their threat to start their own competition.
James Barr goes beyond this to show how Anglo-French rivalry and suspicions affected Palestine and Syria, mandates, respectively, of Great Britain and France.
In James' book review of "A Line in the Sand: the Anglo-French Struggle for the Middle East, 1914-1948" she describes it as a story of shameless bigoted self-interest and in the interwar years the occupying powers reaped the fruits of their bullying, cajoling, lying ...
English poet Gower (1325-1408) wrote voluminously in Latin and Anglo-French as well as English, consciously making himself an artistic master in the three main languages of his time and place.
"One important obvious consequence of the budget crisis is the Anglo-French agreement, which both surprises and pleases me.
Prime Minister David Cameron and President Nicolas Sarkozy are ushering in a new era of Anglo-French defence co-operation which will see the two countries pool troops, aircraft carriers and nuclear testing facilities.
He also outlines the fighting in Gibraltar, Iraq and Syria and in doing so shines a torch on a virtually forgotten part of the war but one that continues to bedevil Anglo-French relations to this day.
Strategy and Command: The Anglo-French Coalition on the Western Front, 1914 is the first of three projected volumes examining the First World War from the French point of view (as opposed to the more ubiquitous British perspective), from the inception of hostilities to 1915, when trench warfare changed the world forever.
1855: The Russian Black Sea base of Sevastopol fell to Anglo-French forces after an 11-month siege.
Anglo-French online market research panels and online survey software firm ToLuna (LON:TOL) has bought US Greenfield Online's Internet Survey Solutions (ISS) business from software giant Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) for USD40m (EUR28.4m).

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