Boadicea


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Bo·ad·i·ce·a

 (bō′ăd-ĭ-sē′ə)

Boadicea

(ˌbəʊədɪˈsiːə)
n
(Biography) another name for Boudicca

Bou•dic•ca

(buˈdɪk ə)

n.
died a.d. 62, ancient British Celtic queen. Also called Boadicea.
Translations

Boadicea

[ˌbəʊədɪˈsɪə] NBoadicea
References in classic literature ?
The title was "Boadicea," and the figure seemed to fill all out-of-doors.
Indeed, that Cowper is remembered at all is due more to his shorter poems such as Boadicea and The Wreck of the Royal George, and chiefly, perhaps, to John Gilpin, which in its own way is a treasure that we would not be without.
Rochester exactly; and whether she won't look like Queen Boadicea, leaning back against those purple cushions.
why, a corporal’s guard of the Boadishey's marines would back and fill on their quarters in such a manner as to surround and captivate them all in half a glass.” As there was no one to deny this assertion, the marines of the Boadicea were held in a corresponding degree of estimation.
The five animals - supplied by the inner city Mudchute Park & Farm and made up of Oxford Down and Norfolk Horn breeds - have been set to work in a fenced-off area known as the Tumulus, the last resting place of Queen Boadicea, according to legend.
Release date- 05082019 - Boadicea Resources is pleased to announce it was recently successful in 2 of 4 ballots drawn by the Mining Warden in respect of the 'Transline' Exploration Licence Applications in the northern portion of the Fraser Range in Western Australia.
| 1988: The grave of Boadicea, the warrior queen who fought the Romans almost 2,000 years ago, was located by archaeologists under Platform 8 at King's Cross railway station.
When Jack accidentally runs away from home while rescuing Boadicea the Shetland pony from the knacker's yard, the pace picks up even more and Jack embarks on a picaresque journey which includes finding his grandfather, reforming his cruel and long lost father, catching the real criminal and freeing his mum from prison, and winning the Grand National on Boadicea.
At the northern side of which London bridge is there a famous statue of Boadicea and her daughters?
It was sculpted in the pose of iconic warrior queen Boadicea.
Artist Marc Rees came up with the idea of 'Bassey's Cry', which depicts the likeness of the iconic Welsh singer in a warlike pose as Boadicea the Celtic Warrior Queen, as part of Get Creative Weekend.
The two tools widely used at the NHLS/Wits are the online Breast and Ovarian Analysis of Disease Incidence and Carrier Estimation Algorithm (BOADICEA) risk calculation program [7] and the revised Manchester scoring method.