steenkirk


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steenkirk

(ˈstiːnˌkɜːk)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a type of cravat worn in a loose or disorderly manner
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Let's look at the names of this lady: MARION tp = mainor MARION ta1= amorino, marconi, Minorca, moraine, roaming, romaine KEISKER ta2 = steenkirk KEISKER ta3 = knackeries, kromeskies, steenkirks
There is an energy in this passage that appears to revel in the destructive powers of the new mortars that had created such devastation during the War of the Grand Alliance, and this raises questions about Defoe's seeming insensitivity to the terrible battlefield casualties suffered by England at Landen, Steenkirk, and Namur.
Principal battles: Enzheim (1674); Kochersberg (both near Strasbourg) (1677); siege of Mons (1691); Steenkirk (Hainaut, Belgium) (1692); siege of Namur (1695); Nijmegen (1702); siege of Lille (1708); Malplaquet (northern France) (1709).
Principal battles: Senef (Seneffe) (1674); Mont Cassel (1677); Fleurus (1690); Leuze (1691); Steenkirk (Hainaut, Belgium) (1692); Neerwinden (near Liege) (1693); Ramillies (Brabant, Belgium) (1706); Oudenarde (Oudenaarde) (1708); Malplaquet (near Lille) (1709); Denain (1712).
Principal battles: Seneffe (1674); the Boyne (1690); Aughrim (1691); Steenkirk (Hainaut, Belgium) (1692); Neerwinden (near Liege) (1693).