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Becket

[bek-it] /ˈbɛk ɪt/
noun
1.
Saint Thomas à, 1118?–70, archbishop of Canterbury: murdered because of his opposition to Henry II's policies toward the church.
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becket

/ˈbɛkɪt/
noun (nautical)
1.
a clevis forming part of one end of a sheave, used for securing standing lines by means of a thimble
2.
a short line with a grommet or eye at one end and a knot at the other, used for securing spars or other gear in place
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Becket

/ˈbɛkɪt/
noun
1.
Saint Thomas à. 1118–70, English prelate; chancellor (1155–62) to Henry II; archbishop of Canterbury (1162–70): murdered following his opposition to Henry's attempts to control the clergy. Feast day: Dec 29 or July 7
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