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Saxon

1. a member of a West Germanic people who in Roman times spread from Schleswig across NW Germany to the Rhine. Saxons raided and settled parts of S Britain in the fifth and sixth centuries ad. In Germany they established a duchy and other dominions, which changed and shifted through the centuries, usually retaining the name Saxony
2. a native or inhabitant of Saxony
3. 
a. the Low German dialect of Saxony
b. any of the West Germanic dialects spoken by the ancient Saxons or their descendants
4. of, relating to, or characteristic of the ancient Saxons, the Anglo-Saxons, or their descendants
5. of, relating to, or characteristic of Saxony, its inhabitants, or their Low German dialect
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And while their manners were thus the subject of sarcastic observation, the untaught Saxons unwittingly transgressed several of the arbitrary rules established for the regulation of society.
``For fear of the Saxons?'' said De Bracy, laughing;
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"The Derby is a first experience strenuous, memorably and over before American Bill The more worrying news for supporters of Saxon Warrior is that only three horses have won the race from stall one since 1967, when stalls were first introduced.
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Building on recent scholarship on barbarian ethnicity, Professor Flierman emphasizes not just the constructed and open-ended nature of Saxon identity, but also the crucial role played by texts as instruments and resources of identity-formation.
However, the endeavour reveals his true destiny is to lead the Britons against the new Saxon invasion, and marks the start of a legend.
Fragments of cooking pottery, made in Saxon Gloucester, were found by Monmouth Archaeological Society while exploring a series of earth floors of medieval houses under the building.
The sealer is designed to be placed onto a work bench or a table and has been designed to be used for low to medium production runs, where an industrial Saxon sealer is not required due to production speeds.
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