from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A knight.
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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Hungary, yet was my attorney obliged to solicit the instrument called ritter-diploma, for which, under pain of execution, I must pay two thousand florins.
I especially love the Vanity Fair wall mural. elke ritter on 24 Apr 2009 at 3: 04 am #
Home ray mcgovern & scott ritter on palin etc. (18m)
So my dream ticket: some combination of a western governor (ritter, napolitano) and either Strickland, Warner or a Wildly Popular And Charismatic Florida Democrat (too bad there aren't any).
I so love ritter & milka, we get it from Mark's Opa & Oma pretty often.
It is because of his mistakes and lack of attention that caused a majority of this financial depression amoung his people. deb ritter
Beth ritter-guth - Yes, that video is so powerful.
Links to this post when visa isn't enough: the michael ritter story.
He says, "German ritter, a rider, i.e. a trooper," and quotes from Halliwell, "rutter, a rider, a trooper, from the German; a name given to mercenary soldiers engaged from Brabant, etc."
'I am weary of trotting up and down like a lust-ritter at a fair,' said he.