Lansquenet

Lansquenet (derived from the German Landsknecht (`servant of the land or country`), applied to a mercenary soldier) is a card game. Lansquenet also refers to 15th- and 16th-century German foot soldiers; the lansquenet drum is a type of field drum used by these soldiers. ==Game play== The dealer or banker stakes a certain sum, and this must be me.....
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Lansquenet

• (n.) A game at cards, vulgarly called lambskinnet. • (n.) A German foot soldier in foreign service in the 15th and 16th centuries; a soldier of fortune; -- a term used in France and Western Europe.
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Lansquenet

Lans'que·net noun [ French, from German landsknecht a foot soldier, also a game of cards introduced by these foot soldiers; land country + knecht boy, servant. See Land , and Knight .] 1. A German foot soldier in foreign service in the 15th and 16th centurie...
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Lansquenet

The Lansquenet was a French Le Hardi Class destroyer (torpilleurs) of 1772 tons displacement launched in 1939. The Lansquenet had a top speed of 37 knots, a range of 9600 km at 15 knots and carried a complement of 175. Armaments consisted of six 5.1-inch guns; four 37 mm anti-aircraft guns; four 13 mm anti-aircraft guns and seven 21.7 inch torpedo ...
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