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Re: MR-Disc: Nobility
Poster: email@example.com (carl christianson)
Posted by Elen Prydydd
>> Then the emperor asked what nobility was, to which the king
>> "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
>> * 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?
Trust you to quote the dictionary! For those of you who don't know, this is
the man who has a two-volume edition of the OED in his personal library at
home. He thinks this is standard domestic equipment. You HAVE been warned.
Elen------------------------------------same household, same warped mentality
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