donjon


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Synonyms for donjon

the main tower within the walls of a medieval castle or fortress

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Principals for Donjon-SMIT, An OPA-90 Alliance, are John Witte, Executive Vice President of Donjon, and Roger Elliott, President, for SMIT Americas.
Under the ATM equity offering sales agreement, sales of common stock, if any, through Donjon, will be made by means of ordinary brokers' transactions, or otherwise at market prices prevailing at the time of sale, at prices related to prevailing market prices, at negotiated prices or, with iBio's prior approval, in privately negotiated transactions.
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Our partner responsible for the on-water marine activities, Donjon Marine, has been a valued customer for many years and their skills in the arena of marine services are unparalleled in the marketplace.
For a more formal meal, we strolled out of the parc to Vic-sur-Aisne, a small town about 20 minutes' walk away with a few shops, a bar, a chteau and - our destination - the smart but friendly Le Donjon restaurant.
And for the finale, try Vieux Donjon 2006 Chateauneuf-du-Pape (pounds 35, Harvey Nichols nationwide), the first one I've come across without the papal regalia.
until Anthony's youngest toppled off FAIRYTALE SETTING: Puy du Fou's castle provides a great backdrop IN DAYS OF OLD: The 15th century La bataille de donjon
Worth a look, or pause for Kodak moment, as you wander through the compact community is the 18th century baroque fountain in front of the simple medieval town hall, the castle keep or donjon which now serves a kind of giant sundial, and the Lagarica, a giant tank cut into the rock where the grapes were once trodden to make the local wine.
Three buildings make up the donjon de Diane (castle-keep of Diane) which contains the palaces of Venus and Mercury and is governed by the third and richest palace, devoted to Diane and the moon.
executive vice president of the New Jersey-based salvage outfit Donjon Marine Co.
In March of 2005, the company announced the formation of a wholly owned subsidiary and a joint venture agreement with Donjon Marine Inc.
to scenes from the life of Saint William de Donjon, Archbishop of Bourges (d.
Indeed, it was his anxiety to survey the scene while laying siege to the donjon at Challus-Chabrol that brought his premature death.
Through the centuries, the noblesse -- old, new and bogus -- tended to cling to the medieval symbols that set them apart as a class: 'a ch[hat{a}]teau, with a moat, towers and spires, and perhaps a donjon -- or the square, high-roofed pavilions which were the sixteenth century development on round medieval towers -- all adding up to a recognisable and valued silhouette with feudal resonances, even if without feudal details'.
1990), Histoire de I'Ecu Europeen du Moyen-Age a nos Jours et des Precedentes Unions Monetaires, Lagny sur Marne, Editions du Donjon.