Definitions

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  • n. An old English gold coin.

Etymologies

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Latin Charles.

Examples

  • The four men hailed from different parts of the colony: Gert van der Horst was from Gourits River; Arnondusmatijs was from Elandsfontein; Carolus from the Zwartskop River; and Africaander was identified as Goijman, but his birthplace was not mentioned. 52 The lone woman, Caatje Libergete was from the Roggeveld.

    Belongings: Property, Family, and Identity in Colonial South Africa

  • When Hermanus called Carolus again, he told him that he could be of no assistance, and that if he believed a criminal offence had been committed, he should ask the police to investigate the matter.

    Issued by: African National Congress

  • * When Hermanus called Carolus again, he told him that he could be of no assistance, and that if he believed a criminal offence had been committed, he should ask the police to investigate the matter.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Carolus," said the old lady to the sardonic affianced of her daughter,

    Jess

  • 'Carolus' letter to the 'Times,' iii. 372, 374; _see_ Appendix B, vol. iii.

    The Greville Memoirs (Second Part) A Journal of the Reign of Queen Victoria from 1837 to 1852 (Volume 1 of 3)

  • The people of Antwerp have special affection for the "Carolus" of their famous cathedral; and that bell is actually composed of copper, silver, and gold; but it is now so much worn that they are not allowed the privilege of hearing it more than once or twice a year "Kings and nobles have stood beside these famous caldrons" (of the bell founders), "and looked with reverence on the making of these old bells; nay, they have brought gold and silver, and pronouncing the holy name of some saint or apostle which the bell was hereafter to bear, they have flung in precious metals, rings, bracelets, and even bullion."

    Over the Border: Acadia, the Home of "Evangeline"

  • As in “Gone to Earth”: by the way what are cockchafers in Systema Naturae by Carolus Linnaeus

    Turning Poetic Nostalgia Inside Out « PubliCola

  • Published in two volumes (the first in 1992, the second in 1997) by Opus Fundatum Latinitas, or the Latinitas Foundation, the Lexicon covers over 15,000 words of recent vintage, from the Renaissance up to the late 20th century, and is the work of 14 experts, edited by Carolus Egger.

    The Vatican’s Dictionary of Recent Latinity « The Half-Baked Maker

  • The Swede was Carolus Gustavus de Spiltdorf, commissioned an ensign July 1754 and killed in action July 1755.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Mechelen's best-known speciality is liquid: the Het Anker brewery offers tastings of its delicious Mechelse Bruynen and Gouden Carolus beers, and even has accommodation so you can fall straight into bed afterwards.

    Enjoy an autumn city break in Flanders

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