Cordelier


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Cordelier

(ˌkɔːdɪˈlɪə)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church a Franciscan friar of the order of the Friars Minor
[C19: from Old French cordelle, literally: a little cord, from the knotted cord girdles that they wear]
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Those which first caught the eye were the Bernardins, with their three bell towers; Sainte-Geneviève, whose square tower, which still exists, makes us regret the rest; the Sorbonne, half college, half monastery, of which so admirable a nave survives; the fine quadrilateral cloister of the Mathurins; its neighbor, the cloister of Saint-Benoit, within whose walls they have had time to cobble up a theatre, between the seventh and eighth editions of this book; the Cordeliers, with their three enormous adjacent gables; the Augustins, whose graceful spire formed, after the Tour de Nesle, the second denticulation on this side of Paris, starting from the west.
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It is contained in one sentence, the one by which the French journalist Camille Desmoulins ended the last article of his newspaper Le Vieux Cordelier, before he was beheaded: "The gods are athirst:" (16) The sentence was quoted from some report on the Aztec priests who wanted the blood of human sacrifices.
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In ceramics, there is a pair of extremely rare Svres giltbronze-mounted biscuit vases (Vases Cordelier Ornaments), from around 1788.
The two French workers were previously freed -- Celine Cordelier on April 28 and Eric Damfreville on May 11 -- apparently in a bid to encourage newly elected French President Nicolas Sarkozy to withdraw the troops.