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Elizabethan

1. of, characteristic of, or relating to England or its culture in the age of Elizabeth I (1533--1603; reigned 1558--1603) or to the United Kingdom or its culture in the age of Elizabeth II (born 1926; queen from 1952)
2. of, relating to, or designating a style of architecture used in England during the reign of Elizabeth I, characterized by moulded and sculptured ornament based on German and Flemish models
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In 1999, the Oscar best picture race included three World War II films ("Life Is Beautiful," "Saving Private Ryan," "The Thin Red Line") and two works set in the Elizabethan era ("Elizabeth," "Shakespeare in Love").
Targeted for those who want to understand archaic words, diagnoses and therapies, and learn explanations for technical terms in the Elizabethan era, as well as those who wish to learn about early modern medical concepts, such as spirit or humor, or just catch a glimpse of the contemporary Zeitgeist.
Named after the wife of Daniel Nicolas Thevenon, founder of the property, the Celestine Suite successfully combines a sense of grandness with intimacy while the Tudor Suite celebrates the Elizabethan era with an original Tudor fireplace and Jacobean symbols on the walls of the living area.
The lower part consists of stone, which may date back to the Elizabethan era and be part of an earlier dwelling.
My paper will discuss in detail the worth, social prospects, language category, rights and roles that fluctuated greatly between men and women during the Elizabethan era.
He points to the contrast, already evident in the 1560s, between the preaching activities of some Catholic figures (Bishop Walsh of Meath, and the more recent papal appointees, including papal commissary David Wolfe SJ, and Archbishop Richard Creagh), and the virtual neglect of preaching by Church of Ireland prelates across the Elizabethan era.
Around 18 months ago David said he found a cannon belonging to an Elizabethan era warship and a stone anchor from a Roman era vessel, which he had verified by Oxford University.
com Cumberland Plate also hails from the Elizabethan era and one trainer hoping to break his duck in the race is Alan Swinbank.
Interpreting the complex tale gives Albarn the opportunity to apply time travelling references to the current Elizabethan era, highlighting his misty-eyed English romanticism.
This train of the 1950s was British Railways' response to the optimism prevalent at the dawn of the new Elizabethan era.
Combined, both portraits tell a celebratory story of a rich, historic reign, from the fresh and optimistic beginning of a new Elizabethan era to the gravitas of an assured and dignified Head of State 60 years on.

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