William

William is a country fellow in love with Audrey in As You Like It.
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William

William is British slang for the police.
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William

[Bill] William Culican (21 August 1928 – 24 March 1984) was an Australian archaeologist and lecturer in `Biblical Archaeology’ and `Pre-Classical Antiquity’ at the University of Melbourne. Born at New Barn Farm, Great Harwood, Lancashire, he read classics and archaeology at Edinburgh University after a period in the Army, then won a s...
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William

(1982) Prince of the UK; first child of Charles, Prince of Wales, and his first wife, Diana, Princess of Wales. William attended Ludgrove School, Wokingham (1990-95); Eton College, Windsor (1995-2000);...
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William

The badly behaved schoolboy hero of a series of children's books by English author Richmal Crompton, published from 1922-70. William rebels against conventional English family life and, with his...
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(from the article `Charles VI`) ...and needed German allies to offset English intervention there. Philip also induced Charles to support Jeanne of Brabant, the aunt of Philip`s ... Gelderland was later in its development, partly because the powerful Duke William (ruled 1379–1402) of that principality had his own financial ... [2...
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William

German king from Oct. 3, 1247, elected by the papal party in Germany as antiking in opposition to Conrad IV and subsequently gaining general ... [2 related articles]
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[Vilavancode MLA] William was an India politician and former Member of the Legislative Assembly. He was elected twice to Travancore-Cochin assembly and three times to Madras State assembly. He was elected as a Member of Legislative assembly to Travancore-Cochin Legislative Assembly in 1952 election from Arumana constituency as a Tamil Nadu ...
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William

[Rosko] Mercer died of cancer on August 1, 2000. ...
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William

William, ruler of Albania: see William, prince of Wied.
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William

William or Frederick William,1882–1951, crown prince of Germany, son of William II. In World War I he commanded (1914) an army on the Western Front and was nominal commander in the German attack (1916) on Verdun. He fled to Holland in Nov., 1918, and renounced his rights to the throne, but he ...
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William

William, king of Scotland: see William the Lion.
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William

(prince of the UK) Prince of the UK; first child of Charles, Prince of Wales, and his first wife, Diana, Princess of Wales. William attended Ludgrove School, Wokingham (1990–95); Eton College, Windsor (1995–2000); the University of Saint Andrews, Fife, Scotland (2001–...
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(II) King of England from 1087, the third son of William (I) the Conqueror. He spent most of his reign attempting to capture Normandy from his brother Robert (II) Curthose , Duke of Normandy. His extortion of money led his barons to revolt and caused confrontation with Bishop Anselm. He was ki...
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(III) King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1688, the son of William II of Orange and Mary, daughter of Charles I. He was offered the English crown by the parliamentary opposition to James II. He invaded England in 1688 and in 1689 became joint sovereign with his wife, Mary II, daughter of th...
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William

(I) Click images to enlargeKing of England from 25 December 1066. He was the illegitimate son of Duke Robert the Devil whom he succeeded as Duke of Normandy in 1035. Claiming that his relative King Edward the Confessor had bequeathed him the English ...
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William

[marcha orientalis] William (II) was the margrave (comes terminalis, `frontier count`) of the March of Pannonia in the mid ninth century until his death on campaign against the Moravians in 871. In his day, the march orientalis corresponded to a front along the Danube from the Traungau to Szombathely and the Rába river and including the Vi...
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William

William is an English name for boys. The meaning is `the persistent protector` The name William is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. William is at number 2 in the top 50 of Norwegian boys (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Gwil, Liam, Ville, Bill, Will Use for the other sex: Wilhelmina, Vilhelmiina, Willa The name sound...
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[bishop of Orange] William, Bishop of Orange took part in the First Crusade. In 1097 Hugh of Châteauneuf, Bishop of Grenoble and William, Bishop of Orange, went to Genoa and preached in the church of San Siro, in order to gather troops for the First Crusade. After the death of Adhemar of Le Puy, he was recognized as leader of the clergy, u...
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William

[name] William is a popular given name of old Germanic origin. It became very popular in the English language after the Norman conquest of England in 1066, and remained so throughout the Middle Ages and into the modern era. It is sometimes abbreviated `Wm.` The name`s shortened familiar version in English is Bill, Billy, Will or Willie. A c...
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William

[archbishop of Mainz] William (929 – 2 March 968) was Archbishop of Mainz from 17 December 954 until his death. He was the son of the Emperor Otto I the Great and a Slav mother. On 17 December 954, he was appointed to the archbishopric of Mainz following the death of the rebellious former archbishop Frederick. William received confirmatio...
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William

[1770] William was a 305 burthen ton merchantman and convict ship that was dispatched in 1793 from England to Australia. Launched in 1770 in France. Under the command of William Folger, she sailed from England via Cork, Ireland, on 21 September 1793, with 2080 barrels of beef and pork, the Colony`s new Assistant Chaplain, Rev. Samuel Marsde...
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