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Bo·na·parte

 (bō′nə-pärt′)
Corsican family, all brothers of Napoleon I, including Joseph (1768-1844), king of Naples (1806-1808) and Spain (1808-1813); Lucien (1775-1840), who disapproved of Napoleon's policies; Louis (1778-1846), who was king of Holland (1806-1810) and fought with Napoleon in Italy (1796-1797) and Egypt (1798-1799); and Jérôme (1784-1860), who was king of Westphalia (1807-1813), fought at Waterloo (1815), became marshal of France (1850), and was president of the senate under Napoleon III.

Bonaparte

(ˈbəʊnəˌpɑːt; French bɔnapart)
n
1. (Biography) See Napoleon I
2. (Biography) Jérôme (ʒerom), brother of Napoleon I. 1784–1860, king of Westphalia (1807–13)
3. (Biography) Joseph (ʒozɛf), brother of Napoleon I. 1768–1844, king of Naples (1806–08) and of Spain (1808–13)
4. (Biography) Louis (lwi), brother of Napoleon I. 1778–1846, king of Holland (1806–10)
5. (Biography) Lucien (lysjɛ̃), brother of Napoleon I. 1775–1840, prince of Canino

Bo•na•parte

(ˈboʊ nəˌpɑrt)

n.
1. Charles Louis Napoléon, Napoleon III.
2. François Charles Joseph, Napoleon II.
3. Jérôme, 1784–1860, king of Westphalia 1807 (brother of Napoleon I).
4. Joseph, 1768–1844, king of Naples 1806–08; king of Spain 1808–13 (brother of Napoleon I).
5. Louis, 1778–1846, king of Holland 1806–10 (brother of Napoleon I).
6. Lucien, 1775–1840, prince of Canino, a principality in Italy (brother of Napoleon I).
7. Napoléon, Napoleon I.
Italian, Buonaparte.
Bo`na•par′te•an, adj.
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Let Bonaparte know that Bartolomeo di Piombo wishes to speak with him," said the Italian to the captain on duty.
In vain the officer represented to Bartolomeo that he could not see the First Consul without having previously requested an audience in writing; the Italian insisted that the soldier should go to Bonaparte.
Bonaparte then spoke to him sharply, and the aide-de-camp, with evident unwillingness, left the room.
cried Bartolomeo, with a darkling look at Bonaparte.
Without me, your mother would never have reached Marseille," he said, addressing himself to Bonaparte, who was silent and thoughtful, his elbow resting on a mantel-shelf.
Your success depends upon yourself; you can have a palace, also," said Bonaparte, watching his compatriot with a keen eye.
If Bonaparte landed at Naples, the whole coalition would be on foot before he could even reach Piomoino; if he land in Tuscany, he will be in an unfriendly territory; if he land in France, it must be with a handful of men, and the result of that is easily foretold, execrated as he is by the population.
The latter spared him, and this magnanimity Bonaparte subsequently repaid by death.
Brown was pronounced dead at the scene and Bonaparte was declared dead after he was taken to Kings County Hospital Center.
Bonaparte asserts that for many nineteenth-century novelists, the world had been shattered in numerous ways.
Cuatro perspectivas diferentes de ese equivoco frances nos auxilian a comprender ese fenomeno historico que, entre otras causas, le costo a Luis Bonaparte la corona de emperador y el destierro: la de Victor Hugo en Napoleon el pequeno, la de Pedro Jose Proudhon en Golpe de Estado, la de Carlos Marx en el 18 Brumario de Luis Bonaparte, y las notas y protestas diplomaticas de un gran mexicano, Juan Antonio de la Fuente.
At least one historian dismissed the Bonaparte map as being a 'cartographic monstrosity' and valueless.