Magna Carta (Latin for Great Charter) was drawn up by feudal barons in 1213 and forced upon King John two years later.
What does MC stand for?
MC stands for Magna Carta
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- Macaroni Cheese
- MacDonald Cartier (trans-Canada Highway 401)
- Macerata, Marche (Italian province)
- Machine Cancel (philately)
- Machine Congestion
- Mad Catz (game accessory maker)
- Mad Cow
- Magic Candle (game)
- Magistrates' Courts (UK)
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CAPTION(S): Black icon: Mary Seacole contributed to history, but schools must get back to basics like Magna Carta.
He was caught out when he was asked to name the author of Rule Britannia and explain what Magna Carta was.
The first is the signing of Magna Carta in 1215 and the second is the establishment of U.
Article 20 of Magna Carta is unambiguous: you cannot deprive a man of the tools of his trade, in this case the McBrides' fishing boat.
Discrimination According to proponents, the Magna Carta of Women is the first concrete legislation that clearly targets discrimination against women, especially from the poor and marginalised sectors.