Cromwell

Cromwell is servant to Wolsey in King Henry VIII.
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Cromwell

[n] - English general and statesman who led the parliamentary army in the English Civil War and became Lord Protector of the Commonwealth (1599-1658)
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Cromwell

Cruiser tank [UK]
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Cromwell

Oliver Cromwell noun English general and statesman who led the parliamentary army in the English Civil War (1599-1658)
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Cromwell

(from the article `Hugo, Victor`) Hugo emerged as a true Romantic, however, with the publication in 1827 of his verse drama Cromwell. The subject of this play, with its ... ...Racine et Shakespeare (1823, 1825) for theatre that would appeal to a contemporary public and Hugo`s own major theoretical statement, in the ... [2 related art...
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Cromwell

[tragedy] Cromwell is an 1820 verse tragedy by Honoré de Balzac. When it was finished, it was reviewed by a man named Andrieux, the former tutor of Eugène Surville, Balzac`s sister. On the manuscript, Andrieux wrote: `The author should do anything he likes, but not literature.` ==Bibliography== ...
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Cromwell

Cromwell is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Cromwell

[computing] Cromwell is a replacement firmware for the Microsoft Xbox gaming console that has been developed by the Xbox Linux Project. If programmed onto the onboard flash chip of the Xbox or a modchip, it can boot the Linux operating system and practically convert the Xbox into a full PC. It is unusual in that it is a legal firmware (beca...
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Cromwell

[play] Cromwell is a play by Victor Hugo, written in 1827. It was influenced by Hugo`s literary circle, which identified itself as Romanticist and chose as a model dramatist Shakespeare instead of the Classicists Jean Racine and Pierre Corneille (who were supported by the French Academy). The play was never performed on stage due to its len...
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Cromwell

[name] Cromwell is an English surname which comes from the village Cromwell, Nottinghamshire. ==Those with this name include== ...
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