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chien d'origine anglaise et irlandaise (fr)[Classe]

aliment d'origine anglaise (fr)[Classe]

langue anglaise (fr)[Thème]

Angleterre (fr)[termes liés]

parts; area; region; part of the country; district[Situé]

ville d'Angleterre (fr)[Situé]

English person - British, Englishman - Englishwoman[membre]

Albion - Anglia[Spéc.]

the Midlands - Land's End (fr) - Isle of Man, Man - River Thames, Thames, Thames River - île de Wight, Wight (fr) - la Manche (fr)[Situé]


Cotswold Hills, Cotswolds - Pennine Chain, Pennines - Lancaster - Lake District, Lakeland - British capital, capital of the United Kingdom, Greater London, London - Manchester - Hull, Kingston-upon Hull - Liverpool - Birmingham, Brummagem - Oxford - Cambridge - Bath - Blackpool - Brighton - Bristol - Leicester - Newcastle, Newcastle-upon-Tyne - Pompey, Portsmouth - Coventry - Gloucester - Reading - Worcester - Avon - Berkshire - Cornwall - Cumbria - Cumbria - Devon, Devonshire - Essex - Gloucestershire - Hampshire - Hertfordshire - Kent - Somerset - East Sussex - West Sussex - Leicester, Leicestershire - Lincolnshire - Northumberland - East Anglia - Lancashire - Surrey - Yorkshire - North Yorkshire - West Yorkshire - South Yorkshire - Northumbria - West Country - Sussex - Wessex - Hadrian's Wall - Isles of Scilly, Scilly Islands - Aire, Aire River, River Aire - Avon, River Avon, Upper Avon, Upper Avon River - Avon, River Avon - Cam, Cam River, River Cam - Humber - Ouse, Ouse River - River Severn, Severn, Severn River - River Trent, Trent, Trent River - River Tyne, Tyne, Tyne River - Cheviot Hills, Cheviots - Cheddar - Sunderland - Marston Moor - Northamptonshire[Desc]

Saxon - Great Revolt, Peasant's Revolt - Battle of Flodden Field, Flodden - battle of Hastings, Hastings - Battle of Maldon, Maldon - battle of Marston Moor, Marston Moor - Battle of Naseby, Naseby - battle of Tewkesbury, Tewkesbury - English Civil War - Restoration - War of the Roses, Wars of the Roses - balldress - Puritanism - borderer - esquire - franklin - fancy man, pandar, pander, panderer, pimp, ponce, procurer - Alfred Alistair Cooke, Alistair Cooke, Cooke - A level - GCSE, General Certificate of Secondary Education, O level - regency - Sherwood Forest[Domaine]

England (n.)



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