Bernicia


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Ber·ni·ci·a

 (bər-nĭsh′ē-ə, -nĭsh′ə, bĕr-)
A sixth-century ad Anglian kingdom in present-day northeast England and southeast Scotland. It was later part of the kingdom of Northumbria.
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She also found an eviction notice sent to him by the Bernicia Homes housing association.
Fellow backers the Whitley Whaler, The Venetian, DiMeo's Ices, Pantrini's have doubled their support, while housing provider Bernicia has provided further sponsorship.
The category has three sponsors: Bernicia, Tees Valley Combined Authority and MAKE it Sunderland.
I'll leave the Northumbrians of Bernicia to debate whether Anglo-Saxon should appear alongside English on road signs in Berwickshire and Lothian, and the Norwegians to agree the protocol in the islands of Shetland and Orkney.
The cards showing colourful wrapped presents appear to be a warm greeting from Bernicia Housing Company.
The son of King Ethelric of Bernicia, he followed his father to the throne (593); expanded his kingdom at the expense of neighboring Briton chieftains, and acquired lordship of Deira (eastern Yorkshire) through marriage; his attacks on the Britons resulted in war with King Aidan of Dalriada (west central Scotland), whom he defeated at the battle of Daegsastan (603); pushed his control southwestward toward Wales; defeated a major confederation of Britons at Chester (615); tried to persuade King Raedwald of East Anglia to surrender Edwin, refugee heir to the Deiran throne; took the field when Raedwald attempted to restore Edwin, and was killed at the battle of the Idle (616).
BERNICIA is the North East housing association focused entirely on the region, delivering a PS200m investment programme into housing people and helping people.
Fellow backers the Whitley Whaler, The Venetian, DiMeo's Ices and Pantrini's have doubled their support, while housing provider Bernicia has provided further sponsorship.
The award is this year being sponsored by North East housing association Bernicia and the Northern Skills Group.
Tenant Annie had already put into verse her complaint about rain getting into her rented accommodation at Bedlington, Northumberland, and her battle to get Bernicia Homes to carry out repairs.
Bede similarly moved Shropshire and Cheshire (Bryneich and Deifr, in Latin Bernicia and Deira) to Northumbria, which Saxon territory did not exist at the time of the actions in those territories.