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Re: MR-Disc: Nobility

Poster: mdullagh@yeats (Mike Dullaghan)

> Then the emperor asked what nobility was, to which the king
> replied:
> "Nobility has four aspects: first, a knight must win glory;
> second, he must be truthful; third, he must be stalwart; and
> fourth, he must be learned, for God abhors ignorance.  Nobility
> means honoring one's vassals and acknowledging one's debt to
> God."
> * What does 'stalwart' mean?
> -- Alfredo

stal-wart (adj.) 1. Strong:robust. 2. Steadfast:resolute.

According to the Webster's II New Riverside Dictionary (Copyright 1984)
that hides in my desk.
Lord Michael the Eclectic, House Falconguard, 
                           Barony of Ponte Alto, Kingdom of Atlantia 
Armed man = citizen.  Unarmed man = subject. 
Of course these are MY opinions! Whattya think, my EMPLOYER 
could've thought this stuff up? 
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