tolt


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tolt

(təʊlt)
n
(Law) English law a type of obsolete English writ which would move a case to a county court
Translations
tölten
tölt
References in classic literature ?
Directly he was tolt of your descent into the camp at Dornhof, he said, 'Pring him
entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Pomeroy and simultaneously back the combination of Pomeroy with Tolt Solutions.
regulate and provide water from the Tolt River Watershed.
Invasion of Buddleja davidii: Impacts on the geomorphology of a gravel bar in the Tolt River, Washington.
Tobin and Capie (1981) point out that the TOLT has been used chiefly to identify likely successful science and mathematics college students.
Settling into the tolt, a fast gait between a walk and a trot that is unique to the breed, they carried us over high mountain pastures, up steep tracks and across broad, shallow rivers without, it seemed, even pausing for breath.
Lower Tolt River floodplain reconnection, Phase I, $1,443,792 to Jansen Inc.
The creatures have five gaits including the tolt - a type of running walk no other horse in the world is known to perform.
Apparently not at Noauz, where the ladies realize that the mysterious knight (Lancelot in disguise, recognized only by Guenevere) "les tolt a marier" (5995; [robbed them of marriage]); for this knight "que trop est prouz" (6000; [who is so/too valiant]) would never deign to choose one of them for marriage (5999).
They were drawn up in response to a 2000 report by former prison service head Sir Richard Tolt which said security was not tight enough.
1997, 1998), zigoma's frature surgery (Le Fort II) (Du Tolt & Nortje), practical of intra and extra oral anesthesia (Hollinshead; Dubrul, 1991; Figun & Garino, 1994; Zide & Swift).