A liege is the person or entity to which one has pledged Allegiance is the duty which some think a subject or a citizen owes to the state or to the sovereign of the state to which some think he belongs. Contents // 1 Origin of the word 2 Usage 3 United Kingdom 4 United States 5 Oath of allegiance 6 See also...
A liege is a A vassal, in European medieval feudalism terminology, is one who through a commendation ceremony (composed of homage and fealty) enters into mutual obligations with a lord, usually military conscription and mutual protection, in exchange for a fief. A bondman; one who holds land of a superior, and who vows fidelity...
vassal or entity who owes Allegiance is the duty which some think a subject or a citizen owes to the state or to the sovereign of the state to which some think he belongs. Contents // 1 Origin of the word 2 Usage 3 United Kingdom 4 United States 5 Oath of allegiance 6 See also...
allegiance to someone. (Thus, the term referred to both the vassal and his lord).
Liège is a city of The Kingdom of Belgium ( Dutch: Koninkrijk België, French: Royaume de Belgique, German: Königreich Belgien) is a country in Western Europe, bordered by the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, France, and the North Sea. Belgium is at a cultural crossroad between Germanic Europe and Romance Europe. It has Dutch speakers...
Liège-Bastogne-Liège, a road cycling race in Belgium, and one of the most famous one-day races.
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