Edmund I


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Ed·mund I

 (ĕd′mənd) 921-946.
King of the English (939-946) who drove the Danes from Northumbria and secured peace with Scotland.
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Edmund I

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(Biography) ?922–946 ad, king of England (940–946)
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Noun1.Edmund I - king of the English who succeeded Athelstan; he drove out the Danes and made peace with Scotland (921-946)
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"And you're pretty big," the little woman smiled; "but Edmund is taller than you, and broader-shouldered."
Edmund is also feeling the focus away from the courts, with more fans stopping him on the street for selfies.
Edmund is placing the serve better and his wide, sliced serve on the deuce side has been particularly effective.
Edmund is the only British man in the main draw after three-times grand slam champion Andy Murray withdrew to have surgery on his hip.
Edmund is quite right in pointing out this absence, for there is a special calling embedded in priesthood.