comital


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comital

(ˈkɒmɪtəl)
adj
of or relating to a count or earl
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Anabolizante para aumentar a 0,3% 2,6% musculatura (bomba) ou dar forca ** Sedativo ou barbiturico** (Optalidon, 1,0% 2,5% Florinal, Gardenal, Tonopan, Nembutal, Comital ou Pentonal, etc.
We can certainly understand why Hraban, seeking to reach terms and renew friendship with an influential attendee at comital assemblies and a significant recent patron, gave gifts which could not be taken as insults or slights: Berehart and Herimot received woollen and linen cloaks and swords as well as oxen at the end of the dispute.
Adela's success in these endeavors is reflected in the ability of the later Thibaudians to emerge as one of the most powerful comital families in France.
Having cautiously balanced support for the French king with regional obligations towards the dukes of Brittany in the early 1400s, the Laval barony was elevated to comital status by the king in 1429.
Thus, a Ghent comital bailiff was struck dead by "some evil persons" ("eenighen quadien") (66) and the rebels always stuck to their "evil opinion" ("altoos in quaden meeninghe").