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Google previewBelgium, Aix-la-Chapelle and Cologne (1859)

An Entirely New Guide Book for Travellers, with Numerous Historical and Archaeological Notes ... by William Henry James Weale

In the Rue du Four Chapitre is a Hospice for the aged and infirm priests of the Diocese. On the Quai N. Dame is the Hopital N. Dame, also the Redemptoiist's Church and ...

Google previewNooks and Corners in Old France (1867)

by George Musgrave Musgrave

The Salle de Chapitre is a noble ha 1, in which the Lady Abbess used to hold high a„ x-mbly ; and, following out the new order of things under the appropriation , Monsieur le Directeur here sits in judgment to try prisoners brought before him for ...

Google previewThe Church Worker: A Magazine for Sunday School Teachers and Church-Workers generally Vol. III-1884 (1884)

by Various

The liquids / and r being often used interchangeably, we have it in Piers Plowman as chapitelhous, and the old French chapitre is a corruption of chapitle. Caput is the foundation of this and many other words, as capital, capital, &c. Charge in ...

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (1984)

by Hans Kurath, Sherman McAllister Kuhn, Robert E. Lewis

437: Whenne freres goon to chapitre for charite-is sake, Thay casten bere be cuntrey and coostz aboute And parten be prouynce in parcelle- mele.

Google previewCollier's New Encyclopedia (1921)

A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ... with 515 Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps

A number of points next in line toward Verdun from Douaumont and Vaux— Thiaumont, Fleury, Chapitre Wood and Fumin-—were savagely attacked on June 23. Fleury was a pivotal point for capturing the fortress of Souville, about three miles ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Etymology (1859)

A - D by Hensleigh Wedgwood

chapitre, from eapitulum, a head or division of a book. The Chapter of a cathedral is the assembly of the governing body. It. capitolo, Sp. capitulo, cabildo, Prov. ca- pitol, Fr. chapitre. Charcoal. Du. krik-kolen, carbones acapni minusculi, q. d. ...

Google previewA Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1882)

by Walter William Skeat

chapitre, also chapitel. — F. chapitre, corruption of an older form ckapitle. — L. capitulum, a chapter of a book (little head) ; also, in late L., a synod ; dimin. of caput, a head. ' chattels. (F. - L) PI. of M. E ckatel, property, also cattle.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: A work of Universal Reference in all Departments of Knowledge with a New Atlas of the World (1906)

form chapitre for *chapitlc, < L. capitulum, a chapter, also a capital: see chapter.'] The upper part or capital of a column or pillar.

Google previewA New English Dictionary on Historical Principles (1893)

Founded Mainly on the Materials Collected by the Philological Society by Sir James Augustus Henry Murray, Henry Bradley, Sir William Alexander Craigie, Charles Talbut Onions

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UVS SOCIO TD 1 chapitre 1 Definition et objet de la sociologie

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