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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At the same time, the Kaliningrad agro-company became the second pedigree reproducer in Russia for the Hanoverian breed of horses.
The water-colour illustrations to William Henry Pyne's Royal Residences (1816-19) are an endorsement of Hanoverian culture, taste, and sensibility.
She tells how the new Protestant Hanoverian regime hung by a thread, as George I and II struggled to impose their authority on frequently hostile and anti-European subjects.
Scott's historical novel features Edward Waverley, a young English soldier in the Hanoverian army, who is sent to Scotland where he becomes involved in the Jacobite rising of 1745-6, the last civil war fought on British soil and the unsuccessful attempt to reinstate the Stuart monarchy, represented by Prince Charles Edward.
As the establishment was very large, and as it contained an abundance of prey, the Hanoverian rat, which fattens so well on English food, and which always contrives to thrust its nose into every man's house when there is anything to be got, swarmed throughout the vast extent of this antiquated mansion.
HANOVERIAN Baron can make a successful start to 2014 in the Coral Mobile Just Three Clicks To Bet Handicap at Southwell tomorrow.
Hanoverian Baron is returning from well over 100 days off the track here but he has shown in the past that he can run well when fresh, just as he did last year when only narrowly beaten in a similar event at Lingfield on his comeback in January.
Stena Hoerner, 20, from Ty'n y Groes, Conwy, was part of the British Hanoverian Horse Society senior team that finished 18th at this year's International Young Breeders World Championships, Sweden.
Six King Georges have worn the crown throughout history since the German-born George I, the first Hanoverian king of Great Britain, acceded to the throne in 1714.
A RARE visit to Dunstall Park provided rich rewards for professional gambler Paul Moulton as Hanoverian Baron stormed home in the straight to win the feature 1m4f handicap by three-quarters of a length.
Part of the problem with his image is that George's 33-year reign has been overshadowed by those of his predecessor, George I, the first of the Hanoverian kings of Great Britain, and his successor, George III, the monarch who lost the American colonies.
TODAY FEAST ST KENELM 1717: George I, Hanoverian King of England, held a public concert on the Thames for Handel to conduct his hour-long Water Music.