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'''March''' implies a movement across country sometimes in a regular step.  
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A '''March''' is a region that is often associated with being on the border of more substantial lands (e.g. the [[kingdom]]s of [[England]] and [[Scotland]]). This term is sometimes used for [[groups]] in the [[SCA]] (e.g. [[Shire-March of Grimfells]]).
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As an action, a '''March''' implies a movement across country sometimes in a regular step.  
  
 
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Revision as of 10:31, 13 February 2006

A March is a region that is often associated with being on the border of more substantial lands (e.g. the kingdoms of England and Scotland). This term is sometimes used for groups in the SCA (e.g. Shire-March of Grimfells).

As an action, a March implies a movement across country sometimes in a regular step.


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