Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of carolus.

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Examples

  • His head was cut off by two ensigns in Alva's service, who received the price which had been set upon it of two thousand caroli.

    The Rise of the Dutch Republic — Volume 19: 1572-73

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  • Hollyoake M, Campbell RD, Aguado B (2005) NKp30 (NCR3) is a pseudogene in 12 inbred and wild mouse strains, but an expressed gene in Mus caroli.

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  • In fact within our hermitage (the usage of the first person plural is a Benedictine custom to negate personal property, as in "our" monastic cell, "our" choir book, in fact choir books will be assigned simply "ad usum fratri caroli" or words to that effect, my ecclesial Latin not being the freshest, with no passage of ownership implied as we commonly understand it), there is no working computer (it fried in last summer's heat) and there has never been more than local phone service for emergencies (I rarely if ever make an out-going call), and never any internet connection.

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  • a subsidy of four hundred thousand caroli, as the third part of the twelve hundred thousand granted by the states of the Netherlands, and the resistance of Ghent in opposition to the other three members of the province, will, of course, be judged differently, according as the sympathies are stronger with popular rights or with prerogative.

    The Rise of the Dutch Republic — Volume 02: Introduction II

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