Azor

[landowner] Azor was one of the most powerful English landowners at the time of Edward the Confessor in the 11th century. He was a kinsman and chamberlain of Brihtheah, a bishop of Worcester and a former abbot of Pershore. He owned property from Lincolnshire down to the Isle of Wight in many counties and like another great landowner of the ...
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Azor

Azor (אָזוֹר) (also Azur) is a small town (local council) in the Tel Aviv District of Israel, on the old Jaffa-Jerusalem road southeast of Tel Aviv. Established in 1948, Azor was granted local council status in 1951. It was named for the ancient city of Azur (lit. mighty, heroic), preserved in the name of the Arab village of Yazur. In 2012, ...
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Azor

[horse] Azor (foaled 1814) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse. In a career that lasted from April to October 1817 he ran five times and won two races. In the summer of 1817 he created a 50/1 upset by winning the Epsom Derby after being entered in the race to act as a pacemaker for a more highly regarded stable companion. The rest of his f...
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Azor

[medication] Azor is the trade name of the following pharmaceutical drugs: ...
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