Gostelow was Bardolph (among other roles) to Robert Hardy's Prince Hal in An Age of Kings (1960), Peter Dews' outstanding, live production of Shakespeare's history plays, with Sean Connery, Judi Dench, Eileen Atkins and Paul Daneman among its large cast.
What does AOK stand for?
AOK stands for Age of Kings (Microsoft game)
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- Abundance of Joy Fellowship (Inkster, MI)
- Assassination of Jesse James (movie)
- Association of Jewish Libraries
- Association of Junior Leagues International
- Ability, Opportunity, Jeopardy, Preclusion
- Australian Official Journal of Patents
- Association of Orthodox Jewish Scientists
- Accompany of Kids (Menomonee Falls, WI)
- After Order Acknowledgment
- All Is Okay
- Allgemeine Ortskrankenkasse
- Animal Outreach of Kansas (Lawrence, KS)
- Area of Knowledge (various organizations)
- Asleep On Keyboard
- Association of Knowledgework
- Athlitikos Omilos Kavalas (Greek: Kavala Sports Club)
- Karpathos, Greece - Karpathos (Airport Code)
- Kwanza Reajustado - Angola (obsolete currency code - current: AOA)
- All Okay Per Diem Quantum
Samples in periodicals archive:
Should pick off this maiden before moving to better company, and it's encouraging that Barry Hills has a formline to one of the key opponents, Age Of Kings.
The band played three classical works, including An Age Of Kings, written for band, chorus and soloist by Edward Gregson, principal of the Northern Royal College of Music and recorded by Black Dyke last year.
Age Of Kings merits the utmost respect in the Betfred Maiden Stakes on the Flat at Folkestone.
Microsoft has a huge winner with its civilization-builder sequel, Age of Empires II/The Age of Kings.
Age of Empires: The Age of Kings boasts turn-based strategy gameplay -- a first for the franchise -- as players move from the Dark Ages through the Middle Ages with one goal in mind: domination of the known world.
Microsoft has a handsome sequel to the world-building Age of Empires called Age of Kings, with remarkably complex structures from a wide range of cultures.
Granted, it was a taking performance by the Sir Michael Stoute-trained youngster, and bigger days await, but if asked to take one horse out of the race for the future, I'd nominate runner-up Age Of Kings, but for all the wrong reasons.