Definitions

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  • n. king of France (921-954)

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Examples

  • You can have Louis IV furniture next to some pillows, rugs and accessories from Home Goods and nobody will ever know.

    Courtney Cachet: Confessions of a Home Goods Addict

  • Renewal and strengthening of the league and its confirmation by Louis IV.

    2. The Swiss Confederation

  • The war which Louis IV, had at that time to maintain, and the pressing necessities of the state, continually engrossed the attention of the ministry, nor allowed them time to think of Louisiana.

    History of Louisisana Or of the Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina: Containing

  • These four children grew up together, and the Palatine prince was pleased to mark that Frederick, though full of martial ardour, showed intellectual tastes as well; yet the father did not live long to watch the growth of the boy’s predilection therein, and there came a day when the crown of Louis III was acquired by his heir, Louis IV.

    Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine

  • The Prince Kalonay, who had accompanied the Dominican monk to Messina, was the last of his race, and when Louis IV. had been driven off the island, he had followed his sovereign into exile as a matter of course, and with his customary good-humor.

    The King's Jackal

  • Kalonay, who had accompanied the Dominican monk to Messina, was the last of his race, and when Louis IV. had been driven off the island, he had followed his sovereign into exile as a matter of course, and with his customary good-humor.

    The King's Jackal

  • The visits of the emperors _Henry VII_., and _Louis IV_. of Bavaria, and of

    Outline of Universal History

  • Lully, who was in charge of all royal music by the age of 30, was an intimate of the king, and in one comedie-ballet that Lully collaborated on with Molière, Louis IV, who took as his emblem Apollo, appeared as the god, wearing a golden corset and kilt fashioned into rays of sun that gave rise to his being known as the Sun King.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Besides, Louis IV, who always treated his Jewish subjects as mere slaves, subjected them (c.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • In spite of this, Giselbert once more allied himself with the King of France, Louis IV, against the German Emperor Otto I (936 -

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

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