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fourteen

1. the cardinal number that is the sum of ten and four
2. a numeral, 14, XIV, etc., representing this number
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Louis XIV further promoted his brand through countless fetes and audiences that he obliged his courtiers to attend, just as he compelled them to live at Versailles and join him in conspicuous consumption.
Two years in the making, "Louis XIV, the Man and the King" brings together 300 pieces, some of which have not been shown in France since the 1789 Revolution.
Christie's set the world record price at auction for Boulle in New York in November 2000 when a Louis XIV centre table from the Riahi Collection realised pounds 3,948,966.
Not only do fans receive their season ticket for what promises to be a hugely exciting Super League XIV campaign, there are also a number of items that fans can enjoy, such as the KooGa gym bag and Giants scarf.
That was a shocking revelation, so shocking that Louis XIV created a special commission (chambre de l'arsenal) to prosecute the case.
While Love and Louis XIV doesn't quite measure up to the high standards of synthesis and narrative propulsion of [Fraser's] best work, the book is still entertaining and instructive.
Now hear this: Among the storytelling events on tap this weekend is Antonio Sacre's story crafted around a Louis XIV cabinet at the Getty Center, 1200 Getty Center Drive, performed at 11:30 a.
At this year's T in the Park, Scotland's Beat 106 radio station claimed Louis XIV were the 'best band of the festival'.
Once the alpha male of the Western world, Louis XIV shrouded himself in resplendent satin coats with gold embroidery and lace sleeves, silk stockings and full-bottomed wigs--which Mansel suggests showcased the Sun King's divinely-ordained right to rule France.
The stout and energetic Fabian became part of the XIV Front.
This backfired on Louis XIV as it ruined the French economy.