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Banter: MR-Disc: Nobility
Poster: "Thorpe, John" <email@example.comSC.NCR.COM>
Greetings from Eldred!
Alfredo has a question:
%> 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?
Scripsit Lord Michael the Eclectic:
%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.
Actually there are further definitions:
stal-wart (verb) 1. Arrestation of fermentation.
(contraction) 2. To stave off a blemish(stall wart)
According to Eldred's twisty mind, all alike... 8^)
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