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Knights Templar

Definitions

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  • proper noun A chiefly military order of medieval knights that existed for nearly two centuries during the Crusades

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Examples

  • Breivik also describes a group called the Knights Templar, a revival of the medieval knights who protected Christian pilgrims in the Holy Land.

    Post-slaughter, Norway clings to peaceful, inclusive values

  • But the leadership of a violent splinter group, known as the Knights Templar, remains at large.

    Report: Mexico catches leader of La Familia cartel

  • Breivik also describes a group called the Knights Templar, a revival of the medieval knights who protected Christian pilgrims in the Holy Land.

    Post-slaughter, Norway clings to peaceful, inclusive values

  • The mother lode of conspiracy theory concerns the underground brotherhoods that kept these traditions alive down to the present -- variously identified as the Knights Templar, the Illuminati, the Priory of Sion and even those Main Street mystics, the Masons.

    Books: Deciphering 'Code'

  • Well now, if the Knights Templar are the summit of Royal Arch Freemasonry and they are in fact the ones demanding the apology, I say we hold out until they apologize to us for the damage their organization has caused us over the years.

    "Knights Templars" seeking papal apology

  • Norway shooting: British police investigating Knights Templar right wing radicals British police are investigating a cell of right wing radicals known as the Knights Templar, as it emerged that a blogger using the name Lionheart had called for a revival of the movement.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • In the manifesto, Breivik referred to the Knights Templar group.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • British police are investigating a cell of right-wing radicals known as the Knights Templar , as it emerged that a blogger using the name Lionheart called for a revival of the movement.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • In a telephone interview from his home in Malta, Ray said he was not at a 2002 meeting in London which Breivik claims gave birth to a group called the Knights Templar of Europe, whose founders included himself and "Richard."

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • In a telephone interview from his home in Malta, Ray said he was not at a 2002 meeting in London which Breivik claims gave birth to a group called the Knights Templar of Europe, whose founders included himself and "Richard."

    The Seattle Times

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