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  • Durandal (Italian Durindana) is the legendary sword of the French hero Roland (Italian Orlando). According to legend, it previously belonged to the Trojan Hector.
  • Durandal is one of three A.I.s on board the Marathon in the computer game of the same name.
  • The BLU-107 Durandal is a rocket-boosted bomb designed for destroying airport runways.
  • Durandal is a sword used in the video game Fire Emblem. It was wielded by the fictional Roland and then nine hundred eighty years later by Eliwood. It is also known as the Blazing Blade (in Japanese, Rekka no Ken). The Durandal sword also makes appearances in a few other RPGs as a powerful and rare sword.
  • Durandal is a starship owned by the Kukai Foundation in the video game series Xenosaga.
  • EC Armor Tactics Research Corps, Durandal is the name of one of the protagonist groups in the 4th installment of the Front Mission series of video games.

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Marguerite Durand - definition of Marguerite Durand in Encyclopedia (426 words)
Marguerite Durand, born January 24, 1864 – died March 16, 1936, was a French stage actress, journalist, and a leading suffragette.
Born into a middle-class family, Marguerite Durand was sent to study at a Roman Catholic convent.
Durand's newspaper, run exclusively by women, advocated for women's rights, including admission to the Bar association and the École des Beaux-Arts.
Points West Article - The Legendary Earl Durand (3761 words)
Durand was sighted in an inaccessible rocky fortress up the side of a cliff between Little Rocky Creek and the mouth of the canyon.
Durand next directed Harry Moore to drive north of Powell toward the Pine Bluffs coal mine where they arrived about 12:30 PM He told the men he was taking the car and that they could walk the three miles to the nearest ranch.
The legend of Earl Durand is buried in fertile soil.
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