arquebusier


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arquebusier

(ˌɑːkwɪbʌsˈɪə)
n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) another name for harquebusier
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Second to Arquebusier at Warwick on his fencing bow, the gelding relished three miles when bolting up at Taunton.
Mud-lover Arquebusier is also worth a bet when he faces five rivals in the 188Bet Live Casino Handicap Chase (2.45).
Flashjack (9-1) reaped the benefit of his jumps bow as he got off the mark in the Knighton Novices' Hurdle, while Emma Baker's Arquebusier (6-4 favourite) made all to defy a 7lb penalty in the Waltham On The Wolds Handicap Hurdle.
Emma Baker's Arquebusier (6-4 favourite) made all to defy a 7lb penalty for winning at Fontwell last week when holding Georgieshore by a head in the Waltham On The Wolds Handicap Hurdle.
1) and the Arquebusier. At one point, these brawny warriors were believed to be portraits of the bodyguards of Emperor Rudolf II, to whom these prints were originally dedicated.
These might include the doctor who performed the autopsy on a murder victim, psychologists who evaluated the mental capacity of the accused, a chemist if the case involved poisoning, an architect who drew a plan of the crime scene, or an expert arquebusier who testified about the use of firearms.
The lightly-raced gelding was second to Arquebusier on fencing bow at Warwick and can stay on upgrade over three miles.
I don't know if she has a recipe for beef rolls though!" It was quite a day for the Naunton area of Cheltenham as O'Brien's neighbour Emma Baker joined the party in the finale when Arquebusier scrambled home under James Banks.
France's reliance on cannon was usually the deciding factor until Spain developed a lightweight matchlock gun, called the arquebusier.
'First came the whole force of Manila in perfect order, the arquebusiers and musketeers firing their pieces at intervals.