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Grande Charte d'Angleterre n.
Magna Carta

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
Magna Carta
n.
sticking plaster
exp.
the British crown
n.
William I of England
n.
internal audit charter
[Bus.]
n.
England
n.
charter
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"Grande Charte d'Angleterre": examples and translations in context
L'ordre transgressait ouvertement l'article 29 de la Grande Charte d'Angleterre. The order openly infringed article 29 of the Magna Carta.
Même le roi n'avait pas le pouvoir de signer un ordre de déportation, car les dispositions de 1297 de la Grande Charte d'Angleterre stipulent que le roi n'est pas au-dessus de la loi, donc encore moins un simple lieutenant-gouverneur suppléant. Not even the King could sign a deportation order, because under the 1297 provisions of the Magna Carta the King was not above the law, and this was even less so in the case of a mere acting Lieutenant-Governor.
Dans le cadre du 800e anniversaire de la Magna Carta (Grande Charte des libertés d'Angleterre), la British Library lui consacre une grande exposition. As part of the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta (the Great Charter of Liberties of England), the British Library devotes a major exhibition to this historic document.
Grande Charte de 1215 (Angleterre) Magna Carta, 1215 (England)
Grande Charte de 1215 (Angleterre) Pétition des droits de 1629 (Angleterre) Déclaration des droits de 1689 (Angleterre) Acte d'établissement de 1701 (Angleterre) Magna Carta, 1215 (England) Petition of Right, 1629 (England) Bill of Rights, 1689 (England) Act of Settlement, 1701 (England)
Il montre l'incidence de la Grande Charte sur les serfs de l'Angleterre rurale. Dickerson! It starts with the Magna Carta and how it affected the serfs in rural England.
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