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Correct spelling for A FORFIORI
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Possible correct spellings for a forfiori
- Approver(Definition of approver)
- Abreuvoir(Definition of Abreuvoir)
The principal witness for the prosecution was an approver, named lysaght; and, in all the annals of informers, it would be extremely difficult to find a parallel to this same lysaght.
Charles did not very well comprehend what it was all about, but he was well enough contented to serve the young count, who had given him many a kind word and a piece of silver, when the hunting-parties of the court had stopped to water their horses at the abreuvoir.
Aphrophora is a genus of spittlebugs in the family aphrophoridae.
Appropre, v. ; appropred, pp. appropriated, made the property of, 14. 18.
Llywelyn had married the kings daughter joan in 1204↑ ceredigion had been ruled by maelgwn, an ally of gwenwynwyn1 2 davies, john, a history of wales, penguin, 1994, aberffraw primacy pg 116, patron of bards 117, aberfraw relations with english crown pg 128, 135, 136↑ davies, john, a history of wales, penguin, 1994, welsh law succession pg 1361 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 davies, john, a history of wales, by john davies, penguin, 1994 welsh lords, john's policy to subject wales, magna carta pgs 135–136↑ not aberystwyth castle, a later construction↑ the cronica de wallia was 'probably written in whitland, deheubarth, according to davies↑ davies, john, a history of wales penguin, 1994 relations with france pg 1361 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 davies, john, a history of wales, penguin, 1994, llywelyn receives homage of other lords, council of aberdyfi pags 137–139↑ davies gives the name as maelgwn fwar, malcome the great, history of wales page 138↑ after the death of the lord rhys, prince of deheubarth, his sons fought for control of the principality.