Under his fostering care the study of anatomy flourished to a remarkable degree at the University of Montpelier.
M. de Varennes could only go with his sister as far as Montpelier.
Particularly when Dicky divided it by two, and remitted more than the fair half, at 1-6, to Montpelier Square.
Winter came to Montpelier, and with it frost, snow, and a new school year.
On his return from Italy he passed some time, just at the beginning of the fourteenth century, in Montpelier.
I knew him in Montpelier, and I know you can depend on him every time.
Mrs. Margaret Bayard Smith, who has left lively descriptions of life at Montpelier, was once one of twenty-three guests.
"I went to Montpelier once," answered the old man with evident pride.
Then Tornamira became the chancellor of the University of Montpelier.
Monroe, in turn, was frequently at Monticello and Montpelier.
U.S. state, 1777, based on French words for "Green Mountain," but perhaps was formed by one with limited knowledge of French, where the correct form would be Mont Vert (as in the village of Pont-de-Montvert).
State in the northeastern United States; one of the New England states. Bordered by Quebec, Canada, to the north; New Hampshire to the east; Massachusetts to the south; and New York to the west. Its capital is Montpelier, and its largest city is Burlington.
Note: It is home to the Green Mountains, from which it derives its name.