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===Media, arts and entertainment=== ===Athletes=== ===In politics=== ===In religion=== There are a number of historical figures known as `Saint Charles`, although few are recognized across confessions. In the context of English and British history, `Saint Charles` is typically Charles I of England, recognized as a saint in the Anglican confess...
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Jacques Alexandre Cesar Charles noun French physicist and author of Charles`s law which anticipated Gay-Lussac`s law (1746-1823)
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Charles River noun a river in eastern Massachusetts that empties into Boston Harbor and that separates Cambridge from Boston
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(II) Holy Roman Emperor from 875 and (as Charles II) king of West Francia from 843. He was the younger son of Louis (I) `the Pious` (778–840) and warred against his brother the emperor Lothair I (c. 795–855). The Treaty of Verdun in 843 made him king of t...
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(III) Holy Roman Emperor (881–87); he became king of the West Franks in 885, thus uniting for the last time the whole of Charlemagne's dominions, but was deposed
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(III) King of France (893–922), son of Louis the Stammerer. He was crowned at Reims. In 911 he ceded what later became the duchy of Normandy to the Norman chief Rollo
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(IV) King of France from 1322, when he succeeded Philip V as the last of the direct Capetian line
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(V) King of France (1364–80). He was regent during the captivity of his father John II in England from 1356 to 1360, and became king upon John's death. During the Hundred Years' War he reconquered nearly all of France from England between 1369 and 1380, and diminished the power of...
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(VI) King of France from 1380, succeeding his father Charles V; he was under the regency of his uncles until 1388. He became mentally unstable in 1392, and civil war broke out between the dukes of Orléans and Burgundy. Henry V of England invaded France in 1415, conquering Normandy, an...
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[archbishop of Mainz] Charles (825/830 – 4 June 863) was the second son of Pepin I of Aquitaine and Engelberga. He lived at the court of his uncle Lothair until 848, when, hearing of the deposition of his brother, he set out in March 849 with a band of followers to claim the Aquitainian realm. He was captured by Vivian, count of Maine at ...
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[Carl Christopher] == Biography == Charles Springer was born November 6, 1658 in Klara Parrish, Stockholm, Sweden into an upper-class family. His father was Christopher Springer (1592-1669), a career Swedish civil servant. His mother was Christopher Springer`s third wife Beata Jacobine Hendrickson Salina (~1626-1693). Beata served as royal ...
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[short story] `Charles` is a short story by Shirley Jackson, first published in Mademoiselle in July 1948. It was later included in her 1949 collection, The Lottery and Other Stories, and her 1953 novel, Life Among the Savages. This story is a prime example of dramatic irony where many times the reader can figure out that Charles and Laurie...
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Charles is a wrestler in As You Like It.
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Charles is an English name for boys. The meaning is `free man` The name Charles is most commonly given to American boys. Use for the other sex: Karolina, Carolina, Carla, Karla, Karoline, Carole, Karoliina, Carley, Charmaine, Carola, Charla, Carly, Carlie, Karly, Karlene What do they use in other countries? Karli Carol (English) Karlin Karel (Dutch...
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Charles is British slang for cocaine.
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Charles, 1771–1847, archduke of Austria; brother of Holy Roman Emperor Francis II. Despite his epilepsy, he was the ablest Austrian commander in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars; however, he was handicapped by unwise decisions imposed on him from Vienna. After the disastrous campai...
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Charles, river, c.60 mi (97 km) long, rising in E Mass. and flowing generally NE to Boston Bay; it separates Boston from Cambridge. Extensive development to the riverfront includes the Esplanade, a series of fishing sites, playgrounds, and walking paths; and the Hatch Shell, where free, open-air con...
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count of Flanders (1119–27), only son of St. Canute, or Canute IV of Denmark, by Adela, daughter of Robert I the Frisian, count of Flanders. After ... [2 related articles]
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county, southern Maryland, U.S., bounded by the Potomac River to the south and west, Mattawoman Creek to the north, and the Patuxent and Wicomico ...
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king of a troubled Portugal that was beset by colonial disputes, grave economic difficulties, and political unrest during his reign (1889–1908).[2 related articles]
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last of the great dukes of Burgundy (1467 to 1477).[13 related articles]
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rival duke of Brittany, a son of the French king Philip VI`s sister Margaret.[2 related articles]
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The Charles was a French frigate of 1000 tons displacement launched in 1776. The Charles was custom-built with three masts, square rigged, a steam engine and two banks of fifteen oars so as to be able to outgun the Barbary corsair ships and be equally manoeuvrable under both sail and oar. The Charles carried a complement of about 300 and was armed ...
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third son of the Frankish emperor Lothar I. Upon his father`s death (855) he inherited the Rhone valley of Burgundy and Provence. He was the first ... [1 related articles]
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