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Answered 2011-09-13 17:01:46

No not because it was because the English had new and approved weapons such as the long bow which was faster to load while the french had longbows which could take a 100 years to load( being sarcastic here)

There are a few reasons.Firstly, they had longbows which could fire up to eighteen arrows a minute.The French had crossbows which could only fir at around 5 arrows a minute.The English had a height advantage as well, which reduced the impact of the french cavalry charge, which made easy prey for the longbowmen.

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2020-11-03 02:36:07

bruh lol
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Erika Hankerson

2021-02-22 14:49:07

lol xD

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Shirley Bratcher
Answered 2021-02-23 06:42:09

How would it be possible to have the normal amount of a hormone circulating in the blood and yet have symptoms that indicate a shortage of that hormone

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Answered 2021-02-22 15:43:46

because they had a lot of pepole to help.

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Answered 2021-02-22 16:10:46

arrows

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Answered 2021-02-22 21:01:29

Arrows

and lots of

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