Related to chatelain: Châtelaine


The master of a castle; a castellan.

[Middle English chatelein, from Old French chastelain, from Latin castellānus, from castellum, castle; see castle.]
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(ˈʃætəˌleɪn; French ʃɑtlɛ̃)
(Historical Terms) the keeper or governor of a castle
[C16: from French, from Latin castellānus occupant of a castle]
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(ˈkæs tl n, kæˈstɛl ən)

the governor of a castle.
[1350–1400; < Old North French < Latin castellānus occupant of a fortress]
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This is how it runs: `A le moult puissant et moult honorable chevalier, Sir Nigel Loring de Christchurch, de son tres fidele ami Sir Claude Latour, capitaine de la Compagnie blanche, chatelain de Biscar, grand seigneur de Montchateau, vavaseur de le renomme Gaston, Comte de Foix, tenant les droits de la haute justice, de la milieu, et de la basse.' Which signifies in our speech: `To the very powerful and very honorable knight, Sir Nigel Loring of Christchurch, from his very faithful friend Sir Claude Latour, captain of the White Company, chatelain of Biscar, grand lord of Montchateau and vassal to the renowned Gaston, Count of Foix, who holds the rights of the high justice, the middle and the low.'"
"That is to say you can readily distinguish a fortress from a simple fortification, such as is allowed to chatelains or vassals?"
Reconsidering Chatelain, the court noted it was based on the Arkansas legislature's old characterization of the word "person," which was legislatively changed in the context of criminal law after Chatelain to include unborn children.
Finally, a special mention for Daniele Chatelain and George Slusser's article "Convention and Displacement: Narrator, Narratee and Virtual Reader in Science Fiction," a truly brilliant analysis of narrator/narratee/reader relationships which begins with the study of these perspectives in other genres before exploring how sf authors appropriate these narrative systems to "generate significant structural transformations" (158).
Like the French Auvergnats studied by Abel Chatelain, to which Manchuelle repeatedly compares the Soninke throughout his study, Soninke migrants used seasonal migration as a way to maximize their productivity during periods of agricultural inactivity.
80 J Clement (Swi), G Havret (Fra), J Penning, J Hugo (Rsa), M Chatelain (Swi)
The Roman du chatelain de Couci et de la dame deFayel, on the other hand, tells its story across distant geographical boundaries, between the Holy Land and the home of the Dame de Fayel.(5) The geographical distance is crucial here for it highlights and puts into place the guiding organizing structure of the text.
“We're extremely pleased to have as keynote speakers David Sterling of i3m3 Solutions, Bill Sewell of Wiredrive, Bill Kallman of Scayl, Prabhat Kumar of i3m3 Solutions, Julian Lovelock of HID Global Identity Assurance, Doug Natal of Oracle, Jean-Luc Chatelain of DataDirect Networks, Linda Senigaglia of Navigation Solutions, Ryan Walters of Philotek, Tim Cavanaugh of Cavanaugh Consulting, and Daniel Kenyon of Equilibrium,” said DCIA CEO Marty Lafferty.
The DOMAINE CHATELAIN POUILLY-FUM[ETH] 2010 HARMONIE (RRP pounds 12.99, Justerini & Brooks) has the palest gold colour in the glass and the freshest nose of green and white fruits bolstered by grassy notes.
As part of Task Group 22.3, Hruska's ship, the destroyer USS Chatelain (DE-149), was sailing off the coast of West Africa, hunting U-boats.
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