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varlet

Archaic
1. a menial servant
2. a knight's page
3. a rascal
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A palliative care team educates staff and medical trainees on palliative methods and uses a varlet,, of innovative ways to care for patient emotional needs, such as ICU "Get to Know Me" nesters that families can personalize with information about the patient.
Dasari, A, Yu, Z, Mai, YM, Hu, GH, Varlet, J, "Clay Exfoliation and Organic Modification on Wear of Nylon 6 Nanocomposites Processed by Different Routes.
And more: "Personal pride and dignity were appealed to, that no Christian gentleman would wish to look like every Ruffian, every wild-Irish, every hang-man, every varlet and vagabond.
TENNIS "He is loud, aggressive, and with a face and a hairstyle of a medieval varlet.
Yet another comic interlude in religious drama, the Farce de l'aveugle et de son varlet tort is part of a larger religious play, Quatre histoires par personnaiges sur quatre evangilles de l'Advent.
org/employerresourcecenter) provides employers with answers to a varlet of questions regarding the recruitment and retention of 50+ workers.
He is invited to accompany the king's friend, Walter Tirel, as his varlet (game servant) on a royal hunt in the New Forest.
7,105,230; Dominique Dupuis, Patrice Lacombe and Joel Varlet, assignors to Rhodia Chimie, Aubervilliers, France.
One paper marked the beginning of his career in parliament by insulting him as an "insolent Hebrew varlet," and commentators and cartoonists were still slandering and libelling him in that style when he was a national celebrity.
The play centres on Ivan Varlet, a mechanic who wants to better his position in life by marrying a hairdresser.