Louis

(from the article `Margaret Maultasch`) ...of Charles (later the Holy Roman emperor Charles IV), brother of John Henry, allied themselves with Margaret, whose marriage was childless and ... ...power in the Italian possessions of the empire, but, despite intense pressure by Clement, he would accept no such restriction with regard to ... ...
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Louis

[n] - United States prizefighter who was world heavyweight campion for 12 years (1914-1981)
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Louis

Joe Louis noun United States prizefighter who was world heavyweight campion for 12 years (1914-1981)
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Louis

(I) Holy Roman Emperor from 814, when he succeeded his father Charlemagne
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Louis

(VI) King of France from 1108. He led his army against feudal brigands, the English (under Henry I), and the Holy Roman Empire, temporarily consolidating his realm and extending it into Flanders. He was a benefactor to the church, and his advisers included Abbot Suger
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Louis

(X) King of France who succeeded his father Philip IV in 1314. His reign saw widespread discontent among the nobles, which he countered by granting charters guaranteeing seignorial rights, although some historians claim that by using evasive tactics, he gave up nothing
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Louis

[Abbot of Saint-Denis] Louis (circa 800 – 867) was the illegitimate son of Rotrude, daughter of Charlemagne, and Rorgon I of Maine. He was elevated, with Lupus Servatus, to the Abbey of Saint-Pierre of Ferrières in the Gâtinais. He became an abbot in 838 and Abbot of Saint-Denis in 840 or 841. He was the archchancellor first of his uncl...
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Louis

[comic] Louis is a graphic novel series created by metaphrog, the Franco-Scottish duo Sandra Marrs and John Chalmers. ==Series overview== Louis is an unasumming worker who lives in Hamlet with his companion FC (short for Formulaic Companion), his pet mechanical bird. He spends his days filling bottles with air, making fruit, and writing to ...
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Louis

[given name] Louis (iː or s; lwi) is the French form of the Germanic given name Chlodowech (Modern German: Ludwig) and one of two English forms, the other being Lewis (s). The Germanic name is composed of the words for `fame` (hlūd) and `warrior` (wīg) which may be translated to famous warrior or `famous in battle`. ==Variant forms== == ...
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Louis

count of Provence (1347–62), as well as prince of Taranto and Achaia, who by his marriage to Queen Joan I of Naples (1343–82) became king of Naples ...
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louis

gold coin circulated in France before the Revolution. The franc (q.v.) and livre were silver coins that had shrunk in value to such an extent that by ...
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Louis

king of Portugal whose reign (1861–89), in contrast to the first half of the century, saw the smooth operation of the constitutional system, the ... [1 related articles]
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Louis

king of Spain in 1724, son of Philip V.[1 related articles]
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Louis

Louis is a French name for boys. The meaning is `famous warrior` The name Louis is most commonly given to Walloon boys. Louis is at number 4 in the top 50 of Walloon boys (average of 10 years data) Use for the other sex: Lovisa, Lovise, Louise, Loviisa, Louisa What do they use in other countries? Lou (English) Alois (Hungarian) Louie (English) Eloi...
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Louis

Louis is British slang for a sixteenth of an ounce of marijuana.
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Louis

Louis was a king of England. Heir to the French throne, he was invited to England by the Barons who were engaged in a struggle against John. Upon John's death in 1216, Louis was proclaimed king, and recognised by the English Barons and king of Scotland, but within a year was deposed by forces organised by the Pope who replaced him with Henry III.
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Louis

Louis, 1682–1712, titular duke of Burgundy; grandson of King Louis XIV of France. He became heir to the throne on the death (1711) of his father, Louis the Great Dauphin. François de Fénelon was his tutor and wrote Télémaque for his use. Louis was the rallying point o...
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Louis

Pierre C.A., French physician, 1787-1872. ... See: Louis' angle, Louis' law. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Louis

Type: Term Pronunciation: lū-ē′ Definitions: 1. Pierre C.A., French physician, 1787-1872. See: Louis angle, Louis law
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