Meung

Meung

(French mœ̃)
n
(Biography) See Jean de Meung
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On the first Monday of the month of April, 1625, the market town of Meung, in which the author of ROMANCE OF THE ROSE was born, appeared to be in as perfect a state of revolution as if the Huguenots had just made a second La Rochelle of it.
Don Quixote took windmills for giants, and sheep for armies; D'Artagnan took every smile for an insult, and every look as a provocation--whence it resulted that from Tarbes to Meung his fist was constantly doubled, or his hand on the hilt of his sword; and yet the fist did not descend upon any jaw, nor did the sword issue from its scabbard.
After this, satisfied with the way in which he had conducted himself at Meung, without remorse for the past, confident in the present, and full of hope for the future, he retired to bed and slept the sleep of the brave.
"Much nearer, monseigneur; his majesty must by this time have arrived at Meung."
Chaucer experimented with the numerous lyric forms which the French poets had brought to perfection; he also translated, in whole or in part, the most important of medieval French narrative poems, the thirteenth century 'Romance of the Rose' of Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meung, a very clever satirical allegory, in many thousand lines, of medieval love and medieval religion.
I am just as poor a Gascon as when I saw you at Meung, twenty-two years ago, you know; alas!" and he concluded his speech with a deep sigh.
Four years after the scene we have just described, two horsemen, well mounted, traversed Blois early in the morning, for the purpose of arranging a hawking party the king had arranged to make in that uneven plain the Loire divides in two, which borders on the one side Meung, on the other Amboise.
E un testo adespoto e anepigrafo, ritrovato e edito per la prima volta da Ferdinand Castets nel 1881, formato da 232 sonetti, libera traduzione e riduzione del Roman de la Rose di Guillaume de Lorris et Jean de Meung, opera scritta tra il 1237, per mano del primo autore, e il 1275-1280, per la parte redatta dal secondo.
First and foremost, is Chiang Mai's original and unique urban form, designed by the famous Three Kings: Mengrai, Ramkhamhaeng, and Ngam Meung. This 'new city' enabled a new, ethnically-diverse and culturally-rich, society to take shape - a civilisation that today the world recognises as Lanna Culture.
The teams will land in Thailand at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok and then take a one- hour bus ride to Don Meung Airport, Bangkok.
A new tea from northern Laos, Meung Mountains Wild Forest Tea, appeared in the world tea tasting for the first time in 2017.
(1) Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences, Chiang Mai University, 110 Intawaroroj Rd., Sripoom Subdistrict, Meung, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand