citadel

  • 1 Citadel/UX — Diskussionsforum WebCit …

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  • 2 Citadel 2 — Developer(s) Simon Storr (Symo) Publisher(s) Superior Software Designer(s) Simon Storr Platform(s) …

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  • 3 Citadel — steht für Citadel/UX, freie Groupware Citadel (Schiff), kombinierter Auto Schüttguttransporter Citadel Miniatures, Games Workshop Citadel Investment Group, ein großer Hedge Fund und Handelssystem Betreiber mit Hauptsitz in Chicago The Citadel,… …

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  • 4 Citadel — Cit a*del, n. [F. citadelle, It. citadella, di?. of citt? city, fr. L. civitas. See {City}.] A fortress in or near a fortified city, commanding the city and fortifications, and intended as a final point of defense. [1913 Webster] {Syn}.… …

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  • 5 citadel — index bulwark, haven, protection, refuge Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6 citadel — 1580s, fortress commanding a city, from M.Fr. citadelle (15c.), from It. cittadella, dim. of O.It. cittade city (Mod.It. citta), from L. civitatem (nom. civitas; Cf. Port. citadella, Sp. ciuadela; see CITY (Cf. city)) …

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  • 7 citadel — stronghold, fortress, *fort, fastness …

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  • 8 citadel — [n] top, tower bastion, blockhouse, castle, fastness, fort, fortification, fortress, keep, manor, redoubt, stronghold; concepts 321,836 …

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  • 9 citadel — ► NOUN ▪ a fortress protecting or dominating a city. ORIGIN French citadelle or Italian cittadella, from Latin civitas city …

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  • 10 citadel — [sit′ə del΄, sit′ədəl] n. [< It cittadella, dim. of cittade, city < L civitas, citizenship: see CITY] 1. a fortress on a commanding height for defense of a city 2. a fortified place; stronghold 3. a place of safety; refuge …

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  • 11 Citadel — This article is about a type of fortification. For other uses, see Citadel (disambiguation). In this seventeenth century plan of the fortified city of Casale Monferrato the citadel is the large star shaped structure on the left …

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  • 12 Citadel/UX — Infobox Software name= Citadel/UX | caption= [http://www.citadel.org/doku.php?id=screenshots More screenshots on the project site] latest release version = 7.38 latest release date = release date|2008|09|13 developer = citadel.org operating… …

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  • 13 Citadel — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Citadel (значения). Citadel Жанр пауэр метал Годы 2001 2009 …

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  • 14 citadel — [[t]sɪ̱təd(ə)l[/t]] citadels 1) N COUNT In the past, a citadel was a strong building in or near a city, where people could shelter for safety. The citadel at Besançon towered above the river. Syn: fortress 2) N COUNT: usu N of n (disapproval) If… …

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  • 15 citadel — UK [ˈsɪtəd(ə)l] / US / UK [ˈsɪtədel] / US [ˈsɪtəˌdel] noun [countable] Word forms citadel : singular citadel plural citadels 1) a castle intended originally for the defence of a city, usually built on a high place 2) literary a place that seems… …

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  • 16 citadel — noun Etymology: Middle French citadelle, from Old Italian cittadella, diminutive of cittade city, from Medieval Latin civitat , civitas more at city Date: 1562 1. a fortress that commands a city 2. stronghold < the nation s …

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  • 17 citadel — cit|a|del [ˈsıtədəl, del] n [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: citadelle, from Old Italian cittadella, from cittade city , from Latin civitas; CITY] 1.) a strong ↑fort (=small castle) built in the past as a place where people could go for safety …

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  • 18 citadel — cit|a|del [ sıtədl, sıtə,del ] noun count 1. ) a castle intended originally for the defense of a city, usually built on a high place 2. ) citadel of LITERARY a place that seems to represent all the important aspects of an idea, method, or… …

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  • 19 citadel — noun (C) 1 a strong fort (=small castle), intended to be somewhere people can go for safety if their city is attacked 2 the citadel of sth literary a place or situation in which an idea, principle, system etc that you think is important is kept… …

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  • 20 citadel — noun they were prisoners within their own citadel Syn: fortress, fort, stronghold, fortification, castle; archaic hold …

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