The host fancied he called him Castellan because he took him for a "worthy of Castile," though he was in fact an Andalusian, and one from the strand of San Lucar, as crafty a thief as Cacus and as full of tricks as a student or a page.
"I would gladly eat a bit of something," said Don Quixote, "for I feel it would come very seasonably." The day happened to be a Friday, and in the whole inn there was nothing but some pieces of the fish they call in Castile "abadejo," in Andalusia "bacallao," and in some places "curadillo," and in others "troutlet;" so they asked him if he thought he could eat troutlet, for there was no other fish to give him.
In the second place are legislatores, lawgivers; which are also called second founders, or perpetui principes, because they govern by their ordinances after they are gone; such were Lycurgus, Solon, Justinian, Eadgar, Alphonsus of Castile
, the Wise, that made the Siete Partidas.
He did this quietly at first and without any fear of hindrance, for he held the minds of the barons of Castile
occupied in thinking of the war and not anticipating any innovations; thus they did not perceive that by these means he was acquiring power and authority over them.
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, 1841; The Deerslayer, or the First Warpath, 1841; The Two Admirals, 1842; The Wing-and-Wing (Jack o Lantern), 1842; The Battle of Lake Erie, or Answers to Messrs.
"I christened her Maria del Sol, because she was my first child and I dedicated her to the glorious sun of Castile
; but her mother calls her Sally and her brother Pudding-Face."
Yes,'' he continued, pacing up and down the little platform, with an animation in which he seemed to lose all consciousness of Rebecca's presence ``Yes, my deeds, my danger, my blood, made the name of Adelaide de Montemare known from the court of Castile
to that of Byzantium.
But we are more like to hawk at the Spanish woodcock than at the French heron, though certes it is rumored that Du Guesclin with all the best lances of France have taken service under the lions and towers of Castile
. But, comrade, it is in my mind that there is some small matter of dispute still open between us."
When we came to Pampeluna itself, we found it so indeed; and to me, that had been always used to a hot climate, and to countries where I could scarce bear any clothes on, the cold was insufferable; nor, indeed, was it more painful than surprising to come but ten days before out of Old Castile
, where the weather was not only warm but very hot, and immediately to feel a wind from the Pyrenean Mountains so very keen, so severely cold, as to be intolerable and to endanger benumbing and perishing of our fingers and toes.
He obeyed it, and found a New World for Castile
In a letter to her brother Goncalo, Leonor wrote, "I believe you know well how I, renouncing my regency of this kingdom to the king of Castile
, my son, believe I did the right thing, for, as you can see, there was no other way my daughter could recover this land and have its reign, as the treaty decreed ..." (21) This would seem to indicate that Leonor sacrificed everything, even her own regency as stipulated by the treaty, to ensure that her daughter, and ultimately the treaty, was carried out.
recently announced it has raised approximately $12 million in equity funding from Castile
Ventures, WestAM and other investors, including current investors Frazier Technology Ventures, Alta Partners and Intel Capital.