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(Middle Ages) the nephew of the king of Cornwall who (according to legend) fell in love with his uncle's bride (Iseult) after they mistakenly drank a love potion that left them eternally in love with each other

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Oh, I'll be your little child," said Tristram, jovially; "I'll take you by the hand.
Yes," said Tristram, "I suppose I am original; like all those immoral pictures in the Louvre.
Tristram, rising, "I see I shall have to introduce you to my wife
R Fox, Barnoldswick, Lancs #It is all very well for Labour MP Tristram Hunt to say we need to have an honest conversation about class (Mirror, Dec 7), but there will always be the haves and the have nots.
Barclays announces that Mr Tristram Roberts has been appointed as Group HR Director with immediate effect.
Tristram Wallace, 36, of Arden Street, died following the assault.
But Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt said: "The truth is, under the Tories there are hundreds fewer Sure Start centres.
We have no God-given right to exist" Labour front-bencher Tristram Hunt
Paul Tristram, 28, and Ben Pattenden, 24, are looking to open the unique venue in late September - and they claim it will be the first of its type in Wales.
Meanwhile, the badly damaged Sir Tristram limped into the River Tyne after an 8,000-mile journey from the Falkland islands.
SHADOW education secretary Tristram Hunt has insisted he meant "no offence" to nuns after being accused of making "arrogant and ignorant" comments about their teaching ability.
In 2006, Ruth and Tris Colket provided a transformational gift, one of the largest in the Hospital's history, to support research through construction of the Ruth and Tristram Colket, Jr.
ENGLAND'S education system has been driven by a "target-driven, examobsessed" culture in recent years, shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt has said.
It was Imperial trade that grew the city into a marvel of the world - and it was, historian and MP Tristram Hunt is now reminding us, the decline of empire that sparked the decline of Liverpool.
If that sounds a bit confusing to you, Tristram himself is reportedly on record as saying even he's not certain of their true identity.