Launcelot

 / Lancelot
 Both spellings are used for the Arthurian knight, the first by Malory, the second by Tennyson.

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  • Launcelot — /lan seuh leuht, lot , lahn /, n. Arthurian Romance. Lancelot. * * * …   Universalium

  • Launcelot — /lan seuh leuht, lot , lahn /, n. Arthurian Romance. Lancelot …   Useful english dictionary

  • Launcelot Primary School — Launcelot School, Downham, is a mixed, non denominational primary and nursery school for 3 11 year olds located on Launcelot Road, Downham Estate, Bromley and was built at the same time as the surrounding housing estate. House System (Historical… …   Wikipedia

  • Launcelot Temple — Launcelot Temple, Pseudonym für John Armstrong …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Launcelot Eric Richdale — Dr Launcelot Eric Richdale OBE (1900 1983) was a New Zealand teacher and notable amateur ornithologist. Born at Marton, New Zealand and educated at Wanganui, he became a teacher based in Dunedin after obtaining a diploma in 1922 from Hawkesbury… …   Wikipedia

  • Launcelot Rolleston — Infobox Person name = Launcelot Rolleston image size = 240px caption = by Joseph Wright of Derby birth name = birth date = 1737 birth place = death date = 25 April 1802 death place = death cause = resting place = Greasley St Mary resting place… …   Wikipedia

  • Launcelot Temple — John Armstrong (* 1709 in Roxburghshire; † 7. September 1779 in Covent Garden) war ein englischer Arzt und Dichter. Armstrong studierte Medizin in Edinburgh, ließ sich dann als praktischer Arzt in London nieder, ward 1749 Hospitalarzt daselbst… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Launcelot Edward Kiggell — Sir Launcelot Edward Kiggell (* 2. Oktober 1862 in Ballingarry; † 23. Februar 1954 in Felixstowe) war ein britischer General und während des Ersten Weltkriegs von 1915 bis 1917 an der Westfront eingesetzt. Leben Kiggell war Vertrauter von General …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Launcelot Langstaff — pseudonym shared by Washington Irving, William Irving, and James K Paulding when they published the Salmagundi essays …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • The Life and Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves — a novel by Tobias Smollett, was published in 1760 in the monthly paper The British Magazine. Its first number, published in January, 1760, contained the first instalment of Smollett’s fourth novel. Sir Launcelot is an eighteenth century gentlema …   Wikipedia

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