chivalric : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  characteristic of the time of chivalry and knighthood in the Middle Ages
    chivalric rites

  • That night, De Castries summoned his staff to Junon, his command post, for one last chivalric rite of battle: he decorated Lieut.
  • Long ago, Charles Lindbergh embodied the chivalric attraction of flight the lone eagle, soaring without boundaries in the purity of the upper air: "O, I have slipped the .
  • Sure enough, Old School (Knopf; 195 pages) soon begins revealing the painful realities beneath its chivalric trappings.
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  • UGA bee scientist inducted into British chivalric order
    Long past are the days in which British royalty knighted nobles for their services in battles. Recently, though, a British ambassador inducted a University of Georgia professor into a chivalric order for his struggle to halt the demise of bees.
    March 13, 2014 - Athens Banner-Herald

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