Jacques Chirac made Boulud a chevalier de la Légion d'honneur in March 2006.
chevalier was born in Washington, D.C., but has lived in London for the past 25 years.
You did not think your old aunt had so much spirit, did you, chevalier mine?
He presented chevalier de la Salle with one of his horses, and some meat.
The last male heir joined the standard of the chevalier in 1745.
What beside sexuality suggested the thought of the chevalier Marini?
Victurnien received charming letters from his father and aunt, and also from the chevalier.
"They shall not be before us if I can prevent it, chevalier," replied she, warmly.
"It is evident that he takes me for some one else," thought the chevalier.
"It is dangerous trying me, chevalier," replied she, resuming her seat with some heat.
late 13c., Anglo-French chivaler "mounted knight," Old French chevalier "knight, horseman, knight in chess" (12c., Modern French chevaler), from Late Latin caballarius "horseman" (source of Provençal cavallier, Spanish caballero, Portuguese cavalleiro, Italian cavaliere; see cavalier (n.)). The word formerly was nativized, but has been given a French pronunciation since 16c.