Definition of Affrayment. Meaning of Affrayment. Synonyms of Affrayment

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Definition of Affrayment

Affrayment
Affrayment Af*fray"ment, n. Affray. [Obs.] --Spenser.

Meaning of Affrayment from wikipedia

- In many legal jurisdictions related to English common law, affray is a public order offence consisting of the fighting of one or more persons in a public...
- HMS Affray, a British Amphion-class submarine, was the last Royal Navy submarine to be lost at sea, on 16 April 1951, with the loss of 75 lives. All vessels...
- The Kum Kapu demonstration occurred in the Kumkapı district of Constantinople on July 27, 1890. It ensued in skirmishing in which several demonstrators...
- The Wairau Affray (called the Wairau M****acre in many older texts) on 17 June 1843 was the first serious clash of arms between British settlers and Māori...
- United States Navy have been named Affray. USS Affray (AMc-112), a minesweeper in service 2 December 1941. USS Affray (MSO-511), a minesweeper commissioned...
- Ingibjörg Hákonardóttir and Affraic ingen Fergusa. Ingibjörg was a daughter of Hákon Pálsson, Earl of Orkney (d. c. 1126). Affraic was a daughter of Fergus...
- Aifric (Middle Irish Affraic) is an Irish language female given name. Affraic is attested as a name borne by women of Gaelic background, between the 8th...
- USS Affray (AM-511/MSO-511) was an Acme-class minesweeper acquired by the U.S. Navy for the task of removing mines that had been placed in the water to...
- began between the Colonial government and Māori in 1843 with the Wairau Affray over land and disagreements over sovereignty. These conflicts, mainly in...
- of land to the New Zealand Company and was a parti****nt in the Wairau Affray in Marlborough. From 1807, muskets became the weapon of choice and partly...