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Then one-by-one the remaining five — fabulously costumed in glittery short-skirted concert gear with Tudor flourishes by Gabriella Slade — get their turn in the spotlight.‘Six’ an empowering musical remix of English history|Patrick Folliard|August 4, 2022|Washington Blade
The most remarkable of these was a young woman from Wales recruited by the infamously bloody Tudor court, Blanche Parry.
In just one morning, I started with the annual September brass band parade straight through the ancient City of London, now the financial district, by the Tudor-robed students of 450-year-old Christ Hospital School, on a 2018 YouTube video.
Then it was on to lunch I had booked in the nearby Tudor masterpiece that survived the 1666 Great Fire.
Her next project, she said, will be a Renaissance-style Tudor dress with a scene from Game of Thrones.
Henry Tudor, who had a weak claim to the throne, became Henry VII, founding the Tudor dynasty.
So in fact, one of the earlier Tudor propagandists got it spot on.
His weak, thin, arms, and lopsided shoulders would have presented exactly the sort of impression that the Tudor writers gave him.
Al-Hilli also owned property in France and Iraq in addition to his comfortable Tudor-style home in Surrey.Mystery of Iraqi-British Family’s Murder in the French Alps Deepens|Barbie Latza Nadeau|October 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is a fine Tudor mansion and has been little altered since the boyhood of the great warrior.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
It is difficult to estimate the effect which the Tudor policy had upon the landholding of England.Landholding In England|Joseph Fisher
But let us, before we pass to the other matters, look at the company that watched Mr. Tudor Williams eat.
He watched Mr. Tudor Williams's plate, and with his thumb made signs for his daughter to replenish it.
Mr. Tudor Williams asked, gently yet absent-mindedly patting big John Pritchard's back as he stooped to cough.