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Tan·cred

 (tăng′krĭd) 1072?-1112.
Norman soldier. A leader in the First Crusade (1096-1099), he served as regent of the principality of Antioch (1101-1112).
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Tancred

(ˈtæŋkrɪd)
n
(Biography) died 1112, Norman hero of the First Crusade, who played a prominent part in the capture of Jerusalem (1099)
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Tan•cred

(ˈtæŋ krɪd)

n.
1078?–1112, Norman leader in the 1st Crusade.
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The plain of Esdraelon--"the battle-field of the nations"--only sets one to dreaming of Joshua, and Benhadad, and Saul, and Gideon; Tamerlane, Tancred, Coeur de Lion, and Saladin; the warrior Kings of Persia, Egypt's heroes, and Napoleon--for they all fought here.
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Tony Coyle is a trainer to follow and I 'm glad he''s decided to run TANCRED in the seven-furlong nursery at Doncaster today, rather than a mile event in which he was also entered yesterday.