Lonely Lyonet and Mrs. Lyamese Dame Lyonet first mentioned Le Morte Darthur in the book, many of them have a story about the era of King Arthur. Mrs. Lyon was mentioned in the story of Lord Gareth of Orkney. In this story, Lynonet was sent to find a noble knight to save her sister from Red Launds' s red knight. When she came to the court of King Arthur to ask her to help such a knight, a man named Sir Beaumains asked. Please be a person to save Lyonet 's sisters. At this point in the story, Sir Beaumains is not considered as noble as Lyonet wants.
I am thanks to the Notre Dame Cathedral. I met my wife at Notre Dame. More than 75% of my friends have gone to Notre Dame. I studied major in Notre Dame Law School. From 18 to 26 years is the most important year for personal growth I have studied in Notre Dame for 7 years in 8 years. Dormers made families familiar to me. Briefly, Notre Dame is part of me as a person. I like that school and I like everything that it teaches. It really became my house. Returning to China last weekend is the same. The weather is very good, friends and family from all over the world came from South Bend, this is Notre Dame's first soccer game this season. Did we say we have a football team? This is very important to us. Or have my two brothers played for 4 years at the Notre Dame soccer team and received a scholarship? I'm sorry, I need to squeeze it somewhere.
Tom: In the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, Notre Dame was almost invincible. Dad was born in 1920 in the Golden Age of sports. Football, baseball, basketball and boxing are the biggest sports fans ever, but nothing surpasses Notre Dame. He also joined the college football game. He is full back. When I was young I kept reading his scrapbook and had various photographs and various clippings about his game. I think this is the best in the world. Tom: I can not underestimate the influence of Catholics in Ireland. I think this is the main reason we like first. My grandfather 's parents came to Brooklyn from Ireland, so they feel like they are representative of us. Early in the 1950s, strong anti-Catholic emotions remained in the country. Indeed, when Notre Dame traveled to Miami and other schools in the south for the first time, the fans threw fish to the court as an anti-Catholic incident.