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Teuton

1. a member of an ancient Germanic people from Jutland who migrated to S Gaul in the 2nd century bc: annihilated by a Roman army in 102 bc
2. a member of any people speaking a Germanic language, esp a German
3. Teutonic
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The volume includes a further six contributions not related to the selected theme, discussing such topics as the paleography of early medieval musical notation, racial Anglo-Saxonisms in Charles Kingsley's lecture series The Roman and the Teuton (1864) and novel Hereward the Wake: "Last of the English" (1866), shifting roles in the cinematic sign of the grail, and the treatment of women in medievalist films in relationship to vengeance.
From the outset of this collection of essays, Teuton theorizes how and why contemporary American Indian fiction still holds a strong relationship to the indigenous traditions and practices that came before.
THOUSANDS gathered for a party ''with a German twist'' as a Midland town celebrated 40 years of links with their Teuton counterparts.
Teuton and Pinet argue convincingly that alchemy's popularity can be attributed, in part, to its ability to help European society cope with the fear of feminized monsters purported to exist on the periphery of the known world, witches, and, later, the extreme otherness of the New World.
For example, in the concluding pages of his book Red Land, Red Power: Grounding Knowledge in the American Indian Novel, Cherokee Nation scholar Sean Kicummah Teuton asserts that "in anticolonial struggles, claims to freedom can be made in the name of knowledge.
The firm, which also has a showroom in Knutsford, Cheshire, is also looking to increase its distributions chain, which currently includes Kitchens International in Edinburgh and Teuton & Co in Belfast.
But he proposed entirely altering them for the serious-minded Teuton.
Y se pudo, porque el club teuton solo ofrecio uina renovacion por un ano mas, al experimentado mediocampista, ya que de acuerdo a sus politicas, es lo mas que pueden ofrecer a un jugador mayor de 30 anos.
The tubby Teuton has been the subject of several TV documentaries as he jets in from Duisburg every weekend to watch his beloved team.
Para lograrlo hace un viaje largo alrededor del mundo en el cual es enganado por un nino, hace amistad con un coco brasileno, naufraga, es tragado por una ballena, una tribu africana lo adora, y goza de un masaje en Japon, entre otras aventuras, hasta que llega al pais teuton.
There is discussion of different attitudes to what Dryden called the Teuton monosyllables of English which concludes with fascinating examples of the use of monosyllables in poetry.
The compact sports saloon sector is pretty well sewn up by BMW with its 3-Series, Audi and the A4 and fellow Teuton Mercedes which boasts the C-Class.