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Ma·til·da 1

 (mə-tĭl′də) Known as "Empress Maud." 1102-1167.
English princess as the daughter of Henry I. After her first husband, Emperor Henry V, died, she married Geoffrey, Count of Anjou (died 1151), in 1128 and bore the future Henry II. She struggled with her cousin Stephen of Blois for the throne of England and governed briefly in 1141 until defeated later that year.

Ma·til·da 2

 (mə-tĭl′də)
n. Australian
The pack or bundle containing the personal belongings of a swagman; a swag.

[From the name Matilda.]

Matilda

(məˈtɪldə)
n
1. a bushman's swag
2. waltz Matilda walk Matilda to travel the road carrying one's swag
[C20: from the Christian name]

Matilda

(məˈtɪldə)
n
(Biography) known as the Empress Maud. 1102–67, only daughter of Henry I of England and wife of Geoffrey of Anjou. After her father's death (1135) she unsuccessfully waged a civil war with Stephen for the English throne; her son succeeded as Henry II
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Matilda

[məˈtɪldə] NMatilde
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Twenty years of age, a charming blonde, with blue eyes, milk-white complexion, and radiant with divine health, Mathilde Stangerson was one of the most beautiful marriageable girls in either the old or the new world.
So secluded was the life led by the two, father and daughter, that they showed themselves only at a few official receptions and, at certain times in the year, in two or three friendly drawing-rooms, where the fame of the professor and the beauty of Mathilde made a sensation.
"Long ago," answered Rostov, "I have already been for the hay, and have seen Fraulein Mathilde."
Mathilde de , heiress of a Belgian count, and sundry other children of patrician race, the directress was careful of them as of the others, anxious for their progress, as for that of the rest--but it never seemed to enter her head to distinguish then by a mark of preference; one girl of noble blood she loved dearly--a young Irish baroness --lady Catherine ; but it was for her enthusiastic heart and clever head, for her generosity and her genius, the title and rank went for nothing.
MATHILDE HOARAU AGE: 20 LOCATION: HILLHEAD JOB: ENGLISH STUDENT FAVOURITE SHOPS: CHARITY SHOPS, ZARA TOFFER MORGAN AGE: 31 LOCATION: CITY CENTRE JOB: BARISTA FAVOURITE SHOPS: BURTON, ZARA, TOPMAN TEQUILA LANDSBOROUGH AGE: 23 LOCATION: NORTHFIELD JOB: WAITRESS FAVOURITE SHOPS: NEW LOOK, TOPSHOP, SUPERDRY MATHILDE was seen rocking a casual outfit.
Love is in the air and it seems to have rubbed off on Weill's creative director Mathilde Castello Branco as the Parisian fashion houses a romantic and flirty new line celebrates the month of amour.
(Standing from left) German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, King Philippe of Belgium, Luxembourg's Grand Duke Henri, Swiss Federal President Alain Berset, Hereditary Prince Alois of Liechtenstein, Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen, (sitting from left) German president's wife Elke Buedenbender, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Grand Duchess Maria-Teresa, Swiss president's wife Muriel Zeender Berset, Hereditary Princess Sophie of Liechtenstein and Austrian president's wife Doris Schmidauer pose for a group picture during a meeting of the heads of six German speaking countries in Sils Maria, Switzerland.
A Sea of Love: The Atlantic Correspondence of Francis and Mathilde Lieber, 1839-1845
Summary: Mathilde is from Marseille in France and grew up in Muscat as her parents were working there.
THE FILM revolves around the unconventional relationship between nine-year-old Mathilde Zasinger, played by precocious Luce Rodriguez, and her mother (Lvovsky), a nameless woman who grapples with a mental illness that is similarly unnamed.
IANS Anita Dongre is looking forward to meeting Queen Mathilde of Belgium who is visiting India with her husband King Phillipe.