Attila the Hun

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Noun1.Attila the Hun - king of the HunsAttila the Hun - king of the Huns; the most successful barbarian invader of the Roman Empire (406-453)
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Although she could have scared the bejeezus out of Attilla the Hun, I remember the initial look of horror on her face, followed by a whirlwind of activity that saw everything subjected to a cleaning regime that would be the envy of any hospital operating theatre.
The male winners were Attilla Berndt and Michal Feterlich, a Hungarian and a Pole now based in Newcastle - they defeated Lloyd Rodrigues-Powell and Javi Gomez Pascual from Marden VC in three sets.
Greeting that Attilla's wife gave him when he returned from looting, pillaging, and sacking a Roman city What is Hi, Hun!
Troy Don Adkins, Attilla Elise Barnett, Deanna Beachum, Jessica Lynn Blalock, Melissa L.
| Baroness Hayman and Attilla, launch the Passports for Pets scheme back in 2011
From March to September 1975 elements of the 1st Royal tank Regiment were responsible for the UN coverage of the Paphos District and were figurative in the transferring of the Turkish Cypriots in the area to new areas north of the Attilla Line.
ylhan was the sister of famous Turkish author and poet Attilla ylhan and the mother of actor Kerem AlyE-yk ylhan.
"The use of Turkish airspace at such a critical time, with the conflict in Syria across our borders, and by foreign planes from countries that are known to be central to the conflict, defines Turkey as a party in the conflict," said member of the Turkish Parliament from the CHP opposition party Attilla Kart, who confirmed details about several Saudi shipments.
As Attilla Agh suggest that "...the new democracies (the East -Central European democracies) need a 'genetic' approach, since these countries have not yet completed their social economic and political structure, and they are still in the process of making." (39)
Attilla the Hun, the Roman Empire, the Wars of the Roses, the Napoleonic wars, the Crimean and Boar wars, the First and Second World Wars, Korea and Vietnam, the Falklands, right up to the present First and Second Gulf wars have all been about either greed for land or resources, a lust for power or an envy of prosperity and existence.