Thesaurus / otho
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A strong force sent by Otho is near at hand, and speedily puts the enemy to flight.
OF SIX MEDIVAL WOMENALICE KEMP-WELCH
Otho Orseolo, who succeeded his father in 1008, by overweening ambition, drew on himself the ill-will of the people.
Otho was now nearly twenty-three years old, and was a characteristic product of imperial civilisation.
DARKNESS AND DAWNFREDERIC W. FARRAR
Then she found an old music-book, and played Hamlet's overture to Otho, and the minuet.
It was observed of him, for many years after his death, that "none ever died like Otho."
Thus in 1238 he demanded that the king should release certain Oxford scholars who had assaulted the legate Otho.
In 1862, on the deposition of King Otho, he became minister for foreign affairs in the provisional government.
Otho died in his thirty-seventh year, after a reign of three months.
She took as husband Otho, Count of Burgundy, and set his great family the fashion in the way of patronising the tapestry looms.
THE TAPESTRY BOOKHELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
His short reign was stormy, and he was carried to Hamburg by Otho, who favored the cause of his rival.

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