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The Cid speculated that the woman was confirming who lived there before planting a homemade nail bomb.
Hart, now besuited and bald, still works at Cid; presumably he's been promoted.
Charlemagne's sword "Joyeuse" was also buried with him, and "Tizo'na" was buried with the Cid.
None can tell the wrath of the Cid when his daughters came home.
Then my Cid sat down before the city for nine months, and in the tenth month Valencia surrendered.
The author of the "Cid" could not have said "Pierre Corneille" with more pride.
Leaping to the ground, I took the Cid's rein on my arm, and cried impatiently to the man to lead us down.
Just watch how the Cid will take the timber; he's glorious oyer a stump!
The Cid himself forgot his own injunctions, and reproached his former standard-bearer, Pero Bermuez, for not taking up his cause.
1680s, from Spanish cid "chief, commander," from Arabic sayyid "lord." A title given in Spanish literature to Castilian nobleman and warlord Ruy Diaz, Count of Bivar (c.1040-1099).