from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A French hero celebrated in medieval chansons de geste as the nephew of Charlemagne and defender of Christianity who was killed in battle against the Saracens at Roncesvalles.
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- proper noun A male
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William the Conqueror's army at Hastings, marched before the Norman troops, so said the tradition, singing 'of Charlemagne and of Roland and of Oliver, and of the vassals who died at Roncevaux'; and it is suggested that in the _Chanson de Roland_ by one Turoldus or Théroulde,
Roland is the absolute master of the _Song of Roland_.
Roland is the hero of Théroulde’s _Chanson de Roland_; of Turpin’s
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Then someone had thrown a Molotov cocktail through the club's front window (Molotov cocktail\nd& a term Roland understood), and before you could say Take my mother-in-law ... please, the place was on fire.
Roland is so much easier to type than Andre is, so I changed his name.
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Surprise surprise: Roland is his doctor and ends up guiding his treatment.
Roland is not qualified to participate as long as he has already made up his mind as pro Obama. i wonder why Roland cannot defend Pres.
I dare not dream of a day when the story of Roland is told on the silver screen, as the adaptation would most likely be lacking severely, but a graphic novel ... there's a medium that could really get knee deep in the subject matter.
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I felt that the panels discussion was good and Roland is right about most of what he said.
Roland is right, there are certain code words used that are racist substitutesWe can still focus on healthcare, but America needs to address this race issue also.
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