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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'Akalain mong patay na patay sa akin 'tong magandang babae na 'to,' Miranda said.
Lito Patay, chief of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group in Central Visayas (CIDG), said Organico Agribusiness Ventures and Ada Farm Agriventures could still be operating online.
LAHORE -- The Pakistan Television Lahore Centre is all set to air its latest drama serial, Tootay Patay, from the first week of June.
Rehabilitation of road from Chamkani to PAF Camp Badaber District Peshawar, provision for liabilities of land compensation, widening and improvement of Tarnawa Kohala Bala Road District Haripur, construction and blacktopping of road from Sarki Lawagher to Alamsheri District Karak, construction, and rehabilitation of Koray to Deran Patay Road, Hakeemabad Darmay Road, Sardan Road, Gamsher road, Batkoo road, Azad Banda Road, Kharkai Koat road, Mula Patay road, Swat, construction of roads from Baryam-Nazarbad, Airport-Mamdhera, Gorra-Tangai Shah, Totanu Bandai, Tangai Cheena, Sigram, Mahak-Narang Pura, Venai-Ochrai and Sijban-Sperdar.
TIMERGARA -- Another patient died of a mysterious disease in Barimki Mula Patay in Tehsil Adenzi in Lower Dir on Sunday, taking the toll to seven.
With Japan assured of a slot as the host, the other two will go to the silver and bronze medalist in the mixed relay 'kaya patay kung patay kung lumaban ang mga strong teams dito,' noted Brown.
He said to political gathering which was held at the union councils Selay Patay and Totai Dara on Wednesday.
Ruffa was embarrassed by Annabelle during the latter's advance birthday dinner because the feisty talent manager called Jordan "P.G." or "patay gutom."
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.
Also on this day: 1429: The English weredefeated by the French under Joan of Arc at the Battle of Patay; 1583: The first life insurance policy was sold; 1812: War broke out between Britain and the USA; 1928: Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly the Atlantic when she and two male companions landed safely in Wales; 1953: Egypt became a republic; 1975: Britain pumped ashore the first North Sea oil.
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).