Lancastrian


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Lancastrian

1. a native or resident of Lancashire or Lancaster
2. an adherent of the house of Lancaster in the Wars of the Roses

Lancastrian

[laŋ′kas·trē·ən]
(geology)
A European stage of geologic time forming part of the lower Upper Carboniferous, above Viséan and below Lanarkian.
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EB knew of the identity of the Thai supplier, Pet Products, but did not know the mark-up Samson Lancastrian was making on the trade.
Avro Heritage Group's restoration project manager Mike Taylor agreed the discovery of a Lancastrian, which was manufactured until the late 1940s, would be a unique discovery.
Royal Lancastrian Pottery is attractive and collectable - simply shaped pots with interesting glazes and designs, the maker's stamp being a stylised Lancashire rose.
John added: "We are members of a small association of Lancastrians who call themselves the Friends of Rural Lancashire.
And, as the clock slowly ticked round to the umpires calling it all off at 4.40pm, the Lancastrian boys even got the frisbee out.
"I had Lancastrian Pride in the National Hunt Chase last season but I didn't take him because the ground was too firm," said Willie Mullins.
Primarily known as a party venue, the Lancastrian Suite is also a multi-purpose conference and banqueting centre, which is able to accommodate delegate numbers up to a maximum of 750.
The Duke of Somerset, commanding the Lancastrian right, led his men towards the River Severn in a flanking move to get out of range of the Yorkist archers, but encountered spearmen concealed in the woods of what is now Tewkesbury golf course.
NO longer under the management of Federation Brewery, the Lancastrian Suite has been operated by the Ramside Estates Group since April 2006.
The Rocket was not at his vintage best at the Wembley Conference Centre, but was always in control against the Lancastrian left-hander in their second round clash.
Lancastrian fans seem a little more reticent to extol the virtues of their county.
Engineering craftswoman Jackie Fishwick and Sgt Tom McEnroe from the Royal Mercian and Lancastrian Yeomanry have been offering Coventry youngsters a glimpse of life in the Territorial Army.