Napoleon

In 1840, Louis Philippe I obtained permission from the British to return Napoleon`s remains to France. The remains were transported aboard the frigate Belle-Poule, which had been painted black for the occasion, and on 29 November she arrived in Cherbourg. The remains were transferred to the steamship Normandie, which transported them to Le Havre,....
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Napoleon

(1769-1821). Owing to his set policy of making the Church a prop of his throne he behaved always as an orthodox Catholic-he was not the only Catholic monarch to treat the Pope with contempt-but, after his deposition he spoke plainly enough. Lord Rosebery has made an impartial study of his position as regards religion in The Last Phase, a study of h...
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Napoléon

(from the article `Gance, Abel`) Napoléon vu par Abel Gance (1927; `Napoleon as Seen by Abel Gance,` reedited and revised in 1934, 1971, and 1979), his best-known film, was a ...
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napoleon

[n] - French general who became Emperor of the French (1769-1821) 2. [n] - a rectangular piece of pastry with thin flaky layers and filled with custard cream
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Napoleon

• (n.) A French gold coin of twenty francs, or about $3.86. • (n.) A French gold coin of twenty francs, or about $3.86. • (n.) A game in which each player holds five cards, the eldest hand stating the number of tricks he will bid to take, any subsequent player having the right to overbid him or a previous bidder, the highest bidder n...
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Napoleon

noun a card game similar to whist; usually played for stakes
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Napoleon

(grape variety) Synonym for the grape varieties Bicane (Chasselas Napoleon, White Napoleon) and Maska Siekh (Napoleon Chernyi, Napoleon Kara, Napoleon Noir); see each one there.
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Napoleon

(quality level) Quality description or indication of the ripening period for spirits with a particularly long ripening period. It was indeed from the Cognachaus Courvoisier but is used by many producers of Armagnac. Calvados and cognac used for their best products.
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Napoleon

[Animal Farm] Our Leader, Comrade Napoleon, Father of All Animals, Terror of Mankind, Protector of the Sheep-fold, Ducklings` Friend is a fictional character and the main antagonist in George Orwell`s Animal Farm. While he is at first a common farm pig, he gets rid of Snowball, another pig which shares the power. He then takes advantage of ...
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Napoleon

[card game] Napoleon or Nap is a straightforward trick-taking game in which players receive five cards each; whoever bids the highest number of tricks chooses trumps and tries to win at least their bidden number of tricks. It is a simplified relative of Euchre, and has many variations throughout Northern Europe. The game has been popular in...
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Napoléon

[coin] Image:Napo coin.jpg|frame|right|A Napoléon from the latter part of 1803 a/k/a An. 12. N.B. the French Revolutionary calendar began in September with the Revolution and therefore each Revolutionary year falls into two Gregorian calendar years. The Napoléon is the colloquial term for a former French gold coin. The coins were minted (...
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Napoleon

[game] Napoleon is a strategic-level board wargame designed by Tom Dalgliesh covering the Waterloo Campaign of the Hundred Days after Napoleon`s return from Elba starting with the French invasion of Belgium on June 15, 1815. Each turn is one-third of a day (with only one player moving per turn, so the French move first on the first day, and...
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Napoleon

[GBA game] In the game`s Story Mode, players play Napoleon Bonaparte who leads the revolutionary army into battle against the British. Set in the late 18th century, Napoleon`s story is told in Fire Emblem fashion via strategic maps and character dialogue. However, the game takes many liberties with historical accuracy, such as Napoleon figh...
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Napoleon

Na·po'le·on noun 1. (Card Playing) (a) A game in which each player holds five cards, the eldest hand stating the number of tricks he will bid to take, any subsequent player having the right to overbid him or a previous bidder, the highest bidder naming the trump and winning a num...
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Napoleon

Napoleon or Nap is a British trick-taking card game for three or more players which appeared during the 19th century after the Battle of Waterloo, and in which each of which receives five cards each and subsequently bids how many tricks they will take, five tricks being bid is called a 'Napoleon'. The player who bids the highest number of tricks ch...
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Napoleon

The colloquial name for the golden 20-franc piece, which was struck between 1803 and 1870.
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Napoleon

The Napoleon is a pastry made of many layers of puff pastry with filling alternating the layers. It can be a dessert, or almost a meal. ... As a French pastry, it is called mille-feuilles, or thousand leaves, for the pastry, and is usually filled with whipped cream, pastry cream (flavored custard), and fruit preserves - most often raspberry jam. Th...
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Napoleon

The Napoleon was a former French gold coin of twenty francs weighing 6.45 grams.
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