On this occasion, the Macdonalds stuffed the king's army.
What does KA stand for?
KA stands for King's Army (historic reenactment group)
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We have 19 other meanings of KA in our Acronym Attic
- Key Account
- Key Activities
- Key Area
- Keyed Alike (locksmithing)
- Kick Ass
- Kids to Adults (former ESRB game rating)
- Kill Assessment
- Killer App
- Kilmarnock (postcode, United Kingdom)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He was at the court from 1635-1642 when he enlisted in the King's army during the Civil War.
It might be the interpretation based on past experiences while RNA was rival force or king's army that had been being used against the democratic leaders and the system also.
1643 Newbury, Berks Site of the first battle of Newbury, when a parliamentarian army marching from Gloucester to London was intercepted by the king's army.
Loyalists within the British lines, it seems, were pillaged by the king's army on a daily basis and with no fear of recrimination.
Llancaiach Fawr Manor, Nelson May Day and Military Matters, join the servants for dances, fun and games in the garden, enlist in the King's Army and discover army training 17th century style, 10am.
Younger men--like Mohun himself, born, I would guess, around 1620--were most needed in the king's army after the theatres were closed by Parliament.
King's army throughout the south and was the only public official arrested as a Freedom Rider.