Founded in the Holy Land in 1190, the Hospitallers of Saint Mary of the Teutons
in Jerusalem, or Order of Teutonic Knights, soon moved to Eastern Europe.
One highly touted manager after another has discovered the ugly truth that Teutons
are a frugal species loathe to fork over anything for pay TV when they already pay mandatory pubcaster fees of nearly 22 [euro] ($30) a month for dozens of high quality, largely ad-free channels.
like Beowulf actually appear reasonable fellows, who could come to terms over disputes.
This first volume of five in the set encompasses classical Egypt, Israel, Babylon, Assyria, Persia, Greece, and Rome, with excursions to the Romanesque and the costumes of sundry Teutons
, Celts, Jutes, Franks, Normans and Vikings.
If there's one thing the Teutons
are rightly famed for it is their methodical organisation.
On the eve of a battle around 340 CE, a battle to defend the empire against the invading Teutons
, he told the emperor that he could no longer fight; his religion forbade it.
Dictionaries translate "Germane" with "Teuton
", though actually the Teutons
were just one Germanic tribe among others, such as the Suevians, Ostrogoths, Visigoths, Vandals and Alemanni (the ancestors of today's German Swiss).
But like many of his fellow Teutons
he has rarely looked comfortable on clay.
stood horrified, shouting and gesticulating at pedestrians to no avail.
Now, I'm not saying it's quite as well built as some of the Teutons
but, then again, it is much improved these days and a three-litre V6 will set you back pounds 25,000 - pounds 7000 less than a six-cylinder BMW 530 Sport.
Fortes Clanship among the Tallensi, and a work on African politics by the last two with an article by Audrey Richards, Gronbech's Culture of the Teutons
Perched on a Roman ilex, and duly apostrophized, The nightingale descanted unto Ovid; She has even appeared to the Teutons
, the swilled and gravid; At Fontainebleau it may be the bird was gallicized; Never was she baptized.