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Definition of Perfidiously

Perfidiously
Perfidiously Per*fid"i*ous*ly, adv. In a perfidious manner.

Meaning of Perfidiously from wikipedia

- "Perfidious Albion" is a pejorative phrase used within the context of international relations diplomacy to refer to acts of diplomatic sleights, duplicity...
- rule of international law applicable in armed conflict and which are not perfidious because they do not invite the confidence of an adversary with respect...
- Abdullah Afeef (1916 – July 13, 1993) was the President of the United Suvadive Republic from 1959 to 1963. Born in Hithadhoo, Addu Atoll, Afeef was an...
- Nordhausen. pp. 963–64. Julien Théry, "Philip the Fair, the Trial of the 'Perfidious Templars' and the Pontificalization of the French Monarchy", in Journal...
- Perfidious Albion was a board game and wargame magazine, published and edited by Charles Vasey in the United Kingdom. In the early 1970s, Charles Vasey...
- as oppressive, German-hating plutocrats. During the war, it accused "perfidious Albion" of war crimes, and sought especially to drive a wedge between...
- people that he should maintain a proud and haughty demeanour towards "perfidious Albion", although in exile, dependent upon our protection and dwelling...
- German-born Australian historian Jürgen Tampke argued that it was "a perfidious distortion of history" to argue that the terms prevented the growth of...
- Zionism is one of the villains of the series who is portra**** as a man so perfidious as to hold his penniless father prisoner without his mother's knowledge...
- Sidelines. Routledge. p. 46. ISBN 9781134354528. James R. V. Ellison, "Perfidious Albion? Britain, Plan G and European Integration, 1955–1956," Contemporary...
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