Astolat


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As·to·lat

 (ăs′tə-lŏt′, -lăt′)
n.
In Arthurian legend, an English town, possibly located in present-day Surrey.

Astolat

(ˈæstəʊˌlæt)
n
(European Myth & Legend) a town in Arthurian legend: location unknown
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Up by Astolat there was a chapel where the Virgin had once appeared to a girl who used to herd geese around there -- the girl said so herself -- and they built the chapel upon that spot and hung a picture in it representing the occur- rence -- a picture which you would think it dangerous for a sick person to approach; whereas, on the con- trary, thousands of the lame and the sick came and prayed before it every year and went away whole and sound; and even the well could look upon it and live.
The Demoiselle Irene Dewlap, of South Astolat, is visiting her uncle, the popular host of the Cattlemen's Board- ing House, Liver Lane, this city.
On display in New York, this three-metre high Astolat Castle comes complete with every minute detail in its interiors: From miniature books down to a miniature chess set arranged for a game, a miniature water cooler, even a miniature toilet roll ready for use.
5 million, The Astolat Dollhouse Castle--designed and built by Colorado miniaturist Elaine Diehl --is the most expensive dollhouse in the world.
After the Sunday school picnic--which is strictly a social event--there is a shot of a typical steepled church as part of the village; before the Elaine of Astolat sequence begins, the ringing of church bells introduces another shot, where the camera pans over the village to settle again on the church steeple.
We've selected five beautiful varieties for this week's special offer - Astolat (pink), Black Knight (purple), Camaliard (lilac-pink), Galahad (white) and Pacific King Arthur (blue).
Elaine, the "lily maid of Astolat," exemplifies feminine purity.
We have selected three beautiful varieties for you - the lavender-pink Delphinium Astolat, the deep-purple Black Knight and the beautiful pure-white Galahad.
Elaine the fair, Elaine the loveable, Elaine, the lily maid of Astolat, High in her chamber up a tower to the east Guarded the sacred shield of Lancelot.
But this sense of the contagiousness of her crime, and the catastrophe it produces in Camelot, which Tennyson has so much amplified from his sources, may nonetheless be entirely specious, since it stems from qualities Guinevere shares with even the most exemplary of the women of her kingdom, including her apparent antitype, "Elaine, the lily maid of Astolat.
She'd permed her hair since he last saw her, and it flew out around her head in two square feet of golden Pre-Raphaelite rotini--the lily maid of Astolat on an endorphin high.