10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «A OUTRANCE» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
Entdecke den Gebrauch von a outrance
in der folgenden bibliographischen Auswahl. Bücher, die mit a outrance
im Zusammenhang stehen und kurze Auszüge derselben, um seinen Gebrauch in der Literatur kontextbezogen darzustellen.
Les fous ou La vie a outrance comedie en cinq actes par ... - Strona 19
Édouard Plouvier. SCÈNE IV LEs MêmEs, NOËL. NOËL, entrant de la gauche, et simplement. C'est la cloche qui dit aux ouvriers de l'usine que l'heure donnée au déjeuner est passée et qu'il faut rentrer travailler... _ . noussEau 6perdu.
Journal of Medieval Military History - Tom 8 - Strona 155
Will McLean Modern writers on medieval deeds of arms often use the terms à outrance to describe combats fought “using the normal weapons of war” and à plaisance to describe combats using “specially modified weapons with sharp edges ...
Clifford J. Rogers, Kelly DeVries, John France, 2010
France and the Great War - Strona 20
Two principles lay at the heart of the doctrine, known in France as "offensive a outrance (offense to the limit)" - the primacy of attacking over defending, and the primacy of moral over physical force. French planners believed that the best ...
Leonard V. Smith, Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau, Annette Becker, 2003
The Franco-Prussian War: The German Invasion of France ...
CHAPTER. X. Guerre. à. Outrance. §. 1. The. Deepening. Conflict. B. Y ALL the normal customs of warfare observed by the regular armies and the traditional statesmen of Europe, the defeats suffered by the French armies between 30th ...
The Tournament in England, 1100-1400 - Strona 36
Thomas Mowbray, for instance, in his capacity as Earl Marshal of England, fought jousts a outrance in London against the Earl of Murray in 1390 and later in the same year against the Earl of Mar. On the second occasion he was supported by ...
Juliet R. V. Barker, 1986
Chivalry and Knighthood in Scotland, 1424-1513 - Strona 74
they were to fight with lances, axe, sword, and dagger a outrance [with sharp weapons, until serious injury or death], or till the king signified his will; but at the request of the above-named Scots, the throwing of the lance was forbidden, for they ...
Happy Days Were Here Again: Reflections of a Libertarian ...
How many people are familiar with “à outrance”? It is, no question about it, an out-of-town word, though Pegler certainly ran into it when he was out of town covering the war in France in 1918, where the Germans faced the French, British, and ...
William F. Buckley Jr., Patricia Bozell, 2008
Critical observations on Shakespeare - Strona 35
A outrance, a tautt outrance. adv. L'ai et l'aurre *' est bon> et signifie a la rigueur, ante violence, [pour sui\ re " quelqu'un a toute outrance. Co/far. Cq voas estt ete" pen ** de gloire de mener a outrance un homme deja outre. •* Voi. h 52.
Memoirs. To which are added, - the notes & diss. of m. du ... - Strona 95
ON ARMS A OUTRANCE AND JUSTS; ON THE ROUND TABLE; ON BEHOURD& AND THE QUINTAIN*. Th e tournaments of which I have spoken were but games and amusements to exercise the nobility. It was for this reason that blunted ...
Jean Joinville (sire de.), Charles Du Fresne (seigneur du Cange), 1807
The Failure of the United Nations Development Programs for ...
This program, known as investissement a outrance ("investment to the extreme limit"), was based on borrowing and financial assistance from socialist countries, particularly the Soviet Union. The ultimate goal of this program was to achieve ...
Adrien M. Ratsimbaharison, 2003