Matilda

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Matilda (chicken)
... Matilda (1990 – February 11, 2006) was a fourteen-ounce hen, and the first chicken to receive the title of World's Oldest Living Chicken from ... Matilda's name was taken from "Waltzing Matilda", an old Australian folk song, and given to her as a result of her penchant for stepping side to side (as if she were waltzing) against ... Unlike most hens, Matilda never produced eggs ...
List Of English Consorts - House of Normandy, 1066–1135, & 1141
... He established himself as King, his wife Matilda as Queen consort, and beneficed his faithful vassals from the continent ... Picture Name Parents Birth Marriage Became Consort Coronation Ceased to be Consort Death Spouse Matilda of Flanders Father, Baldwin V, Count of Flanders Mother, Adela of France circa 25 ... December 1066 ...
Matilda, Countess Of Angus
... Matilda of Angus was the daughter of Maol Choluim, Earl or Mormaer of Angus and, as his heiress, was countess of the province in her own right ... He too died shortly before March 13, 1245, but not before Matilda had borne him a son to succeed to the Earldom ... Matilda married thirdly, before December 22, 1247, a grandson of King John of England, Richard de Dover, feudal baron of Chilham, Kent, son of Richard Fitz Roy, to whom she had one son, Richard, and one daughter Isabel ...
Matilda Of Habsburg - Biography - Widowhood and Regency
... On her husband's death in 1294, Matilda acted as regent for her young son Rudolf ... A decision was made for Matilda to take part of the duchy and her son to take the other part ... Matilda took a large part of Upper Bavaria while her son took the cities such as Ingolstadt, Neuberg, Langenfeld and Rietberg ...
List Of Characters In The Blue Dragon Series - Rosekstan - Matilda
... Matilda is an orange-haired woman who served as second-in-command to General Logi ... When Matilda planned to use Sleipnir's laser cannon on the wall Rudolph brought up which would end up destroying a nearby village, Shu ended up ... Matilda later operated Sleipnir during the final battle with Rudolph ...

Famous quotes containing the word matilda:

    Waltzing Matilda, Waltzing Matilda,
    Who’ll come a-waltzing Matilda with me?
    And he sang as he watched and waited while his billy boiled:
    ‘Who’ll come a-waltzing Matilda with me?’
    Andrew Barton Peterson (1864–1941)

    And his ghost may be heard as you pass by that billabong,
    ‘You’ll come a-waltzing Matilda with me!’
    Andrew Barton Peterson (1864–1941)