MATILDA

Mesa Associate`s Tactical Integrated Light-Force Deployment Assembly (MATILDA) is a remote control military robot designed by Mesa Robotics. As with many other contemporary military robot designs, it is small and relatively portable; MATILDA is 30 inches long, 12 inches tall, 21 inches wide, and weighs 61 pounds, (28 kilograms) counting the batte....
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Matilda

(from the article `Henry I`) ...backing he could. He issued an ingenious Charter of Liberties, which purported to end capricious taxes, confiscations of church revenues, and ...
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Matilda

[1779] Matilda was a convict ship dispatched in 1791 from England to Australia. She was built in 1779 in France. Under the command of Master Matthew Weatherhead, she departed Portsmouth on 27 March 1791, with 250 male convicts as part of the third fleet and arrived on 1 August 1791 in Port Jackson, New South Wales. Twenty-five convicts died...
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Matilda

[character] = January 21 = == Recent BA crash == In the recent British Airways Flight 38 that narrowly averted a catastrophic crash during landing, the captain was quoted saying that the Co-pilot, John Coward, was able to bring the plane to land and was flying the plane. Where was he, the captain, during the landing? Why was the captain not...
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Matilda

[name] Mathilda (sometimes spelled Matilda) is a female name, of Gothic derivation, derived from words corresponding to Old High German `mahta` (meaning `might, strength`) and `hildr` (meaning `battle`). The name is currently popular in Scandinavian countries. Mathilde appeared among the top 10 most popular names for girls born in Denmark i...
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Matilda

consort of the Holy Roman emperor Henry V and afterward claimant to the English throne in the reign of King Stephen.[6 related articles]
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Matilda

Infantry Tank Mark 1, Infantry Tank Mark 2
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Matilda

Matilda is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Matilda

Matilda is an English name for girls. The meaning is `mighty in battle` The name Matilda is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. Matilda is at number 46 in the top 50 of English and Welsh girls (average of 10 years data) It is short for: Tillie If it's too long you might use: Mattie, Matty, Tillie, Tilly What do they use in other countri...
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Matilda

Matilda or Maud,1102–67, queen of England, daughter of Henry I of England. Henry arranged a marriage for her with Holy Roman Emperor Henry V, and she was sent to Germany, betrothed, and five years later (1114) married to him. Empress Matilda was popular in Germany and seemed more German than E...
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Matilda

Matilda, 1046–1115, countess of Tuscany, called the Great Countess; supporter of Pope Gregory VII in the papal conflict with the Holy Roman emperors. Ruling over Tuscany and parts of Emilia-Romagna and Umbria, she controlled the most powerful feudal state in central Italy. It was at her castle...
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Matilda

Slow, heavily armoured British tank developed in 1937 to accompany an infantry assault. The Matilda I was used in France in 1940. It was an 11 ton tank with a crew of two, armed with a single...
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Matilda

The belongings of a swagman, wrapped in a blanket or bedroll.
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