Perceval


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Perceval

(ˈpɜːsɪvəl)
n
(Biography) Spencer. 1762–1812, British statesman; prime minister (1809–12); assassinated

Per•ci•val

or Per•ce•val

(ˈpɜr sə vəl)

n.
a knight of King Arthur's court who sought the Holy Grail.
References in classic literature ?
If I had let him live he'd have gone on persecuting AVERIL and PERCEVAL.
I don't see why every one likes him better than PERCEVAL.
THE only British Prime Minister ever to be assassinated was Spencer Perceval, who was gunned down by Liverpool man John Bellingham on May 11, 1812.
1812: British Prime Minister Spencer Perceval was shot dead by a bankrupt broker, John Bellingham, as he entered the House of Commons.
Several essays treat the traditional topic of Wolfram's relationship to Chretien and the dependence of Parzival on Perceval.
In this prequel to The Coldest City (Oni Press, 2012), British spy David Perceval is assigned one last job in Berlin before being sent home for bungling an operation.
com)-- SMi Group are thrilled to have Perceval Sondag, Senior Statistician from Arlenda, present at the 4th annual 'Lyophilisation Europe' conference when it returns to London on 4th and 5th July.
CAST: Gene Bervoets, Jeroen Perceval, Noortje Herlaar, Cedric Van Den Abbeele, Tania Van der Sanden, Line Pillet, Marie Louise Steihns, Pieter Verelst
M2 PHARMA-October 5, 2015-Sorin Group Starts Trial Comparing Perceval Sutureless Valve to Standard Bioprostheses
Perceval and Gawain in Dark Mirrors: Reflection and Reflexivity in Chretien de Troyes's Conte del Graal
The horrific deed of the terrorist group must be stopped and the group must be defeated, UN Security Council President Maria Cristina Perceval stressed.
There's no real trend on the market at the moment, and flows from investors remain thin," said Jean-Louis Cussac, head of Paris-based firm Perceval Finance.