Mordred


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Mordred

(ˈmɔːdrɛd)
n
(European Myth & Legend) a variant of Modred
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Well, among the flayed were Sir Agravaine and Sir Mordred, nephews to the king.
Arthur left the kingdom in Sir Mordred's hands until you should return --"
Sir Mordred set himself at once to work to make his kingship permanent.
Arthur had given order that if a sword was raised during the consultation over the proposed treaty with Mordred, sound the trumpet and fall on!
But would to God that I wist where were that traitor Sir Mordred, that hath caused all this mischief.
The Interdict in- cluded you with Mordred; it is not to be removed while you remain alive.
MORDRED (7.00) can give Richard Hannon his obligatory winner at the Thames gaff.
Once again, Fares Poet was clear of the others but had the Turanga Leela 6.20 Wolverhampton 1pt win Fares Poet 6.50 Wolverhampton 1pt win Mordred 7.00 Windsor 1pt win misfortune to bump into a horse well ahead of his mark, with Edaraat now rated 15lb higher.
England's King Arthur marries the love of his life, Guinevere, while unknowingly facing a dastardly plot of the illegitimate Mordred, who wishes to steal the throne from under them.
The recently published Tolkienian work, The Fall of Arthur, takes a Celtic subject, but at its core is this same concern: Arthur crosses the sea to fight the Saxons "for a last assay of pride and prowess" (canto I, lines 15-16), is encouraged in this "folly" by Mordred, and eventually loses his kingdom, which he has left defenseless against enemies both foreign and domestic.
SALISBURY: 5.45 Mordred, 6.15 Vegas Boy, 6.45 Nawar, 7.15 Icart Point, 7.45 Eden Rose, 8.15 Ferrier, 8.45 Savaanah.