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Of·fa

 (ô′fə) Died 796.
King of Mercia (757-796). With Charlemagne he signed the first recorded English commercial treaty (796).

Offa

(ˈɒfə)
n
(Biography) died 796 ad, king of Mercia (757–796), who constructed an earthwork (Offa's Dyke) between Wales and Mercia

OFFA

(ˈɒfə)
n acronym for
1. (Zoology) Orthopaedic Foundation for Animals
2. Orthopaedic Foundation for Animals
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When King Offa ruled in Mercia, about a hundred and fifty years later, he restored Christianity, and under its protection the nunnery of St.
The village of Hurley, five minutes' walk from the lock, is as old a little spot as there is on the river, dating, as it does, to quote the quaint phraseology of those dim days, "from the times of King Sebert and King Offa." Just past the weir (going up) is Danes' Field, where the invading Danes once encamped, during their march to Gloucestershire; and a little further still, nestling by a sweet corner of the stream, is what is left of Medmenham Abbey.
So, most things about me were built around the church, even though my grandfather was a traditionalist and our family is of the Ojomu chieftaincy family of Offa. By tradition, the Ojomu is the custodian of the traditional masquerade in Offa and almost a month in a year was devoted to egungun festival.
| Principality Building Society staff at Ysgol Clawdd Offa in Prestatyn.
Access agreements are working documents that HE institutions use to report to OFFA on the support they provide and evaluation outcomes of access to HE and retention within HE for under-represented groups (Bowes et al, 2013).
In last week's fixtures, Flint Mountain drew 2-2 with Brymbo Victoria through Sean Wilkes's penalty and Jon Edmonds, while Mostyn Dragons succumbed to a 3-2 defeat against Offa with goals from Tom Gunther and Jack Gibbons.
The Rt Rev Christopher Cocksworth, Bishop of Coventry, said: "I am sorry to say that the Home Office no longer has the need to use Offa House as short-term accommodation for Syrian refugees.
The six-year-old was rated as high as 103 when trained by richard Hannon snr back in 2013, but having tumbled down the ratings in the intervening campaigns, he now lines up offa career-low mark of 82.
e move comes after gures published in OFFA's annual report showed that the most "advantaged" students - those from the 20% of postcodes with the largest numbers of educated parents - were eight times more likely to be admitted to a top university than those from the bottom fth.
Investigating officer Detective Sergeant Bob Halford said: "It appears an argument began inside the Offa's Tavern public house in High Street, Prestatyn and spilled out onto the road and the near by kebab shop.