Roger

[archbishop of Benevento] Roger of San Severino (died December 1221) was the Archbishop of Benevento from 1179 until his death. He was probably a younger brother of Count William of San Severino, the most powerful lord in the Cilento and a royal justiciar. He may also have been a cousin of Count Robert of Caserta. He was a monk at Montecass...
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Roger

[son of Dagobert] Roger, the son of Dagobert (Greek: Ῥογέρης/Ῥογέριος ὁ τοῦ Τακουπέρτου), was a Norman magnate who deserted to the Byzantine Empire where he entered the service of Emperor Alexios I Komnenos (r. 1081–1118). He is the founder of the noble Byzantine family of Rogerios. ==Biography== Roger wa...
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Roger

Roger is British slang for sexual intercourse.
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Roger

Roger is British slang for sexual intercourse.
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Roger

Rog'er noun [ From a proper name Roger .] A black flag with white skull and crossbones, formerly used by pirates; -- called also Jolly Roger .
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Roger

• (n.) A black flag with white skull and crossbones, formerly used by pirates; -- called also Jolly Roger.
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Roger

Norman ruler (1112–19) of the Crusader state of Antioch during the period of its greatest power.
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Roger

Norman duke of Apulia from 1085 to 1111, son of Robert Guiscard. His succession to his father`s lands and title in 1085 led to a conflict with his ... [1 related articles]
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Roger

Roger is a French boy name. The meaning of the name is `Famous Spear` Where is it used? The name Roger is mainly used In English and In French.It is an abbreviated form of Rodge, used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Roar ( In Scandinavian) Rogerio ( In Portuguese) Ruggiero ( In Italian) Ruggero ( In Italian) Rüdiger ( In German) Rodger...
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Roger

[larderer] Roger (died 1102) was a medieval Bishop of Hereford-elect. Roger was the larderer for King Henry I of England before he was appointed to the see of Hereford in September 1102. He was invested with the bishopric on 29 September 1102, by King Henry I of England. He then attended the Council of London held just days later. He became...
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Roger

[bishop of Ross] Roger (died in or after 1350) was a churchman based in the 14th century Kingdom of Scotland, and active as Bishop of Ross from 1325 until 1350. Before attaining this position, Roger was a canon of Abernethy; it is possible that Roger was an Augustinian, because it is often thought that Abernethy did not become a collegiate ...
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Roger

Type: Term Pronunciation: rō-zhā′ Definitions: 1. Henri L., French physician, 1809-1891. See: Roger disease, Roger murmur, bruit de Roger, maladie de Roger
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Roger

Type: Term Pronunciation: rō-zhā′ Definitions: 1. Georges Henri, French physiologist, 1860-1946. See: Roger reflex
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Roger

Indicates aircrew understands the radio transmission; does not indicate compliance or reaction.
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Roger

[Hellboy] Roger the Homunculus is a fictional character featured in the Hellboy and B.P.R.D. comic books published by Dark Horse Comics. He is an unusually large homunculus, a humanoid being said to be created by means of alchemy. ==Fictional character biography== Roger was discovered in 1996 in a medieval alchemist`s lab beneath the ruins ...
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Roger

[American Dad!] Roger the Alien is a fictional character in the adult animated sitcom American Dad!, voiced by Seth MacFarlane. The character was created and designed by Seth MacFarlane. Roger is a centuries-old grey space alien living with the Smith family, around whom the show revolves. Having lived on Earth since 1947, Roger came to live...
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Roger

Roger (sometimes spelled Rodger) is an English surname of Anglo-Saxon origin. The name Roger is derived from the pre-7th century Anglo-Saxon (Teutonic) name Hroðgar, which means `fame and spear` (`hroð` fame or renown, `gar` spear), the first reference to which is in Beowulf, the epic poem of the Dark Ages. The name is also found in the Ne...
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roger

affirmative
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Roger

Commonly used word in aviation communications, to indicate that an instruction has been received and understood. Also, to roger is to read back and acknowledge an instrction. The origin of this word is the former RAF phonetic alphabet in which the letter R (for
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Roger

[Archdeacon of Barnstaple] Roger was the fourth Archdeacon of Barnstaple. ...
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Roger

[automobile] The Roger was a light car manufactured by Thomas Rodger & Co Ltd of Wolverhampton, England, between 1920 and 1924. The Eleven model was powered by a 1,370cc 4-cylinder Coventry Climax engine, and featured friction transmission and chain final drive. The only body style offered originally was a 2-seater, which featured leather u...
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