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CONQUEROR
NAVY
BELGRANO
ARGENTINE
HMS CONQUEROR
METAL BAND KRYST
LAND ETHIC CHANGES
PERSIAN CONQUEROR NADIR SHAH
TURKIC CONQUEROR
CONQUEROR STORY
CONQUEROR BOYAR BALCHIK
EXCHANGE TURBANS
KEY FORTIFICATION
MONGOL CONQUEROR GENGHIS KHAN
BRITISH SSN HMS CONQUEROR
PRINCE
SULTAN MEHMET
FOREIGN CONQUEROR
HIGH JOHN
FIRST CONQUEROR
MACEDONIAN CONQUEROR ALEXANDER
WORLD CONQUEROR
MONGOL CONQUEROR
GREATEST CONQUEROR
MACEDONIAN CONQUEROR
AGAMEMNON
NORTH
CANARY ISLANDS
ROYAL NAVY
GOTHS
LAHORE
ROME
BYZANTIUM
BABYLONIA
MESOPOTAMIA
NAME
DESCENDANT
CHURCH
BUILDING
BUILDER
CAESAR
GAUL
SON
CHANDRAGUPTA
DEATH
POMPEY
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Definitions

  1. Conqueror was the third of the class, the other two being Churchill and Courageous.
  2. Conqueror was the second of the class, the other two being HMS Churchill and HMS Courageous.
  3. The Conqueror was also equipped with the newer Mk 24 Tigerfish homing torpedo, but there were doubts about its reliability.
  4. Conqueror was the third of the class, the other two being Churchill and Courageous.
  5. Conqueror was the second of the class, the other two being HMS Churchill and HMS Courageous. (Web site)

Conqueror

  1. Pelle, The Conqueror - A boy whips another boy's bare back with a tree branch in one scene. (Web site)
  2. Conqueror did not take part in any other official conflicts, and was decommisioned in 1990.
  3. HMS Conqueror was a Churchill -class nuclear powered submarine that served in the Royal Navy from 1971 to 1990.
  4. Our Engraving of the Conqueror and group of Portraits of her officers, are from photographs by Groom and Co., of Plymouth and Exeter. (Web site)
  5. HMS Conqueror, now free from her duties at South Georgia, was ordered to begin patrols to the west of the Falklands. (Web site)

Navy

  1. When the Norman invasion was imminent, King Harold had trusted to his navy to prevent William the Conqueror 's invasion fleet from crossing the Channel.
  2. A Bahamas tour company offers dives to the wreck of the Conqueror, the Royal Navy's first propellor driven warship. (Web site)

Belgrano

  1. Also the Belgrano could have escaped from Conqueror by sailing across shallow waters and attack the British Task Force with its large 405mm guns.
  2. EL HUNDIMIENTO DEL BELGRANO este crucero que se encontraba paseando en plena guerra fue hundido por el submarino Conqueror.
  3. There were at least three SSNs operating in the area, Conqueror (sunk ARA Gen Belgrano 2.5.82), Spartan & Splendid. (Web site)
  4. After the opening shots of the war had occurred, British admiral, Rear Admiral J. F. Woodward, ordered Conqueror to sink the Belgrano. (Web site)
  5. Also Belgrano could have escaped from Conqueror by sailing across shallow waters and attack the British Task Force.

Argentine

  1. HMS Conqueror is the only nuclear-powered submarine to have engaged an enemy ship with torpedoes, sinking the Argentine cruiser ARA General Belgrano.
  2. After the opening shots of the war had occurred, British admiral, Rear Admiral J. F. Woodward, ordered Conqueror to sink Belgrano.
  3. Conqueror arrived in the exclusion zone around the Falklands twenty-one days later.
  4. On 2 May the British submarine Conqueror located the Argentine Cruiser General Belgrano just outside the exclusion zone and sunk her. (Web site)
  5. A day after Conqueror arrived it put ashore a small party of SAS & SBS troops to observe the Argentine positions on the island itself. (Web site)

Hms Conqueror

  1. After the war, Conqueror returned to Faslane, flying the Jolly Roger, a customary act of Royal Navy submarines after a "kill".
  2. After British nuclear-powered submarine HMS Conqueror sank the General Belgrano, the Veinticinco de Mayo returned to port for safety. (Web site)
  3. Here is an image of HMS Conqueror. (Web site)
  4. At the same time as the Advanced Group was getting its orders to sail south, the nuclear submarine HMS Conqueror also got its orders. (Web site)
  5. The Argentine cruiser General Belgrano was sunk by HMS Conqueror (the first sinking by a nuclear-powered submarine in war). (Web site)

Metal Band Kryst

  1. In 1987, four years after the Misfits, Doyle and Jerry formed the metal band Kryst The Conqueror with drummer The Murp. (Web site)

Land Ethic Changes

  1. In short, a land ethic changes the role of Homo sapiens from conqueror of the land-community to plain member and citizen of it. (Web site)

Persian Conqueror Nadir Shah

  1. The jewel remained in the Mughal treasury until 1739, when it fell into the hands of the Persian conqueror Nadir Shah, and acquired its present name.

Turkic Conqueror

  1. And the Britannica article, that you tried to delete a couple of times, defines Timur as a Turkic conqueror.

Conqueror Story

  1. In one traditional John the Conqueror story told by Virginia Hamilton, John falls in love with the Devil 's daughter.

Conqueror Boyar Balchik

  1. During the medieval period, the city became autonomous thanks to its conqueror Boyar Balchik, and the city assumed his name Balchik. (Web site)

Exchange Turbans

  1. The conqueror then invited the conquered to a feast and offered to exchange turbans as a gesture of friendship. (Web site)

Key Fortification

  1. Immediately after the Battle of Hastings William the Conqueror went to Dover Castle and spent eight days strengthening this key fortification.

Mongol Conqueror Genghis Khan

  1. They were swept away in about 1220 by the Mongol conqueror Genghis Khan, who devastated the land. (Web site)

British Ssn Hms Conqueror

  1. This advantage was vividly demonstrated in the 1982 Falklands War when the British SSN HMS Conqueror sank the Argentine cruiser General Belgrano. (Web site)

Prince

  1. The Prince, Henry's oldest son and conqueror, was crowned Richard I of England on 1 September 1189.

Sultan Mehmet

  1. Before conquering Istanbul, Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror ordered Rumelihisari to be built opposite to Anadoluhisari in 1452 to safeguard the Bosphorus. (Web site)

Foreign Conqueror

  1. The sea monster could have been a foreign conqueror, coming from the sea, taking the dead king's(Chlodio or Pharamond) wife to legitimise his rule. (Web site)

High John

  1. The root, in turn, is named after a folk hero called High John the Conqueror.
  2. For centuries, African-Americans have used St. John's Wort, a plant once called High John the Conqueror, to treat scrapes, strains and burns.
  3. A collection of sixteen tales about High John the Conqueror, the traditional trickster hero of blacks during and immediately after the time of slavery. (Web site)

First Conqueror

  1. Nadir shah Afshar was the first conqueror who called the northern territories of his domain, Faras as Afghanistan. (Web site)
  2. He was the first conqueror who led an expedition and entered into India.

Macedonian Conqueror Alexander

  1. In 331, the Macedonian conqueror Alexander the Great, who was fighting a war against the Persians, captured Babylon (text). (Web site)

World Conqueror

  1. At the invitation of Philip of Macedonia he became the tutor of his 13 year old son Alexander (later world conqueror); he did this for the next five years. (Web site)

Mongol Conqueror

  1. Their rule was ended in 1258, when Hulagu Khan, the Mongol conqueror, sacked Baghdad.

Greatest Conqueror

  1. The Buddha was the greatest conqueror the world has ever seen. (Web site)
  2. One prophecy stated that if kept sheltered from the world, he would become the “Universal King” and unify India by being the greatest conqueror. (Web site)

Macedonian Conqueror

  1. A legend says that soldiers from the legions of the Macedonian conqueror, Alexander, settled in Chitral and are the progenitors of the Kalash. (Web site)

Agamemnon

  1. We have found that Agamemnon in his first speech arrogantly allowed Heaven a share in his glory as conqueror.

North

  1. In revenge, the Conqueror led his army in a bloody raid into Northumbria, an event that became known as the harrying of the North.
  2. Spennymoor suffered under Norman Rule when the Conqueror laid waste the whole of the North of England.

Canary Islands

  1. Norman-French explorer, known as the conqueror of the Canary Islands. (Web site)
  2. Many different ways to spell the surname of the first Conqueror of the Canary islands and his descendants.

Royal Navy

  1. HMS Conqueror was a Churchill -class nuclear powered submarine that served in the Royal Navy from 1971 to 1990.

Goths

  1. The victory earned Claudius his surname of "Gothicus" (conqueror of the Goths), and that is how he is known to this day. (Web site)

Lahore

  1. The king fled to Lahore, and lived under the protection of his conqueror. (Web site)

Rome

  1. Romulus would become ancient Rome 's greatest conqueror, adding large amounts of territory and people to the dominion of Rome.

Byzantium

  1. And now the conqueror of Frederick II's heirs was showing himself just as hostile to Byzantium, just as openly averse to any war against the Turks. (Web site)

Babylonia

  1. While the real King was Tiglath-pileser III, the conqueror and savior of Babylonia.
  2. All Syria, together with Babylonia, which was then made up of several states, western Iran, and Armenia, were subdued by this Assyrian conqueror.

Mesopotamia

  1. The cylinder describes the Great King not as a conqueror, but as a liberator and the legitimate successor to the crown of Mesopotamia. (Web site)

Name

  1. At least 150 years before the birth of Cyrus, the prophet Isaiah was inspired by God to record the name of Cyrus as the future conqueror of Babylon. (Web site)
  2. The Macedonian conqueror, Alexander during his successful reign, had tried establishing approximately 17 cities in the name of Alexandria. (Web site)
  3. See HMS Conqueror for other ships of this name.

Descendant

  1. Thomas Hutchinson and his wife were descendants of Anne Hutchinson, a descendant of William the Conqueror.
  2. Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur as a conqueror and a descendant of Amir Timur, assumed the title of Ghazi. (Web site)

Church

  1. Long before Henry VIII, William the Conqueror also considered himself the head of the Church of England. (Web site)

Building

  1. In the Empire Earth series, gamers can become the greatest conqueror of all time by creating, building, and leading a civilization to transcend the ages.

Builder

  1. He saw himself as the Conqueror of everything pagan and heterodox and the divinely destined builder of Augustine's City of God on earth.

Caesar

  1. As a conqueror, reformer, and politician, Caesar stands out as one of the giants of all time (for better or worse). (Web site)

Gaul

  1. So the governorship of Illycrium and Gaul allowed Caesar to become the general and conqueror he so desperately desired to become. (Web site)

Son

  1. Stephen was born at Blois in France, the son of Stephen, Count of Blois, and Adela (daughter of William the Conqueror).
  2. William the Conqueror in 1084 celebrated Easter at Abingdon, and left his son, afterwards Henry I, to be educated at the abbey.

Chandragupta

  1. Chandragupta was not only a conqueror but a consolidator too.
  2. Chandragupta died in 335 and was succeeded by his son Samudragupta, a tireless conqueror.

Death

  1. Yamantaka is the conqueror or slayer of death as the wrathful emanation of Manjusri.
  2. The son of an Afghan chief, he became shah in 1747 on the death of the Persian conqueror Nadir Shah, in whose army he had served.
  3. Windsor Castle was originally built by William the Conqueror, who reigned from 1066 until his death in 1087. (Web site)

Pompey

  1. With Pompey about to return to Rome, no one knew what the conqueror of the east intended to do. (Web site)

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  1. William
  2. Earth > Continents > Asia > Timur
  3. Last King
  4. Ancient Persia > Persia > Monarchs of Persia > Nadir Shah
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