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- another term for Champion of England
- ‘The Kings Champion Saddle is held on loan in Saddlers' Hall due to the generosity of the present Queen's Champion, Lt Col J L M Dymoke OBE DL, Lord of the Manor of Scrivelsby.’
- ‘The Dymoke family has held the office Champion of England (or King's or Queen's champion) since the coronation of Richard II in 1377.’
- ‘The Queen's champion must embody honesty, bravery, courage, wit, honor and intellect.’
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