- Italian Trento. Ancient Tridentum. a city in N Italy, on the Adige River.
- Council of, the ecumenical council of the Roman Catholic Church that met at Trent intermittently from 1545 to 1563, and defined church doctrine and condemned the Reformation.
- a river in central England, flowing NE from Staffordshire to the Humber. 170 miles (275 km) long.
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Contemporary Examples of trent
But Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) argued that creating a law with such a distinction may be hard.When Drones Come to America, What Happens Then?
May 18, 2013
I sent letters to State Representative Roger Wicker, Senator Trent Lott and Thad Cochran.A Few Things to Know About Paul Kevin Curtis, the Crazy Ricin Suspect
April 18, 2013
Trent lived in the apartment building and was the dog's owner.
Trent had summoned Jefferson after arguing with Ahmad Phillips.
“There will be a thorough investigation into this instance,” deputy White House spokesman Trent Duffy told The New York Times.Rupert Murdoch’s Saddam Hussein Photo Scandal Heats Up
December 3, 2012
Historical Examples of trent
The reader will please to remember that Rubygill Abbey was north of Trent.Maid Marian
Thomas Love Peacock
Nowadays the situation is certainly not worse than it was at the time of the Council of Trent.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
Mrs. Trent was kindly, careless, and quite generous as regards money.
Mrs. Trent, quite naturally, refused to have anything further to do with Meg.
Before I answer that question, Mrs. Trent, may I ask why you should want to know?
- a river in central England, rising in Staffordshire and flowing generally northeast into the Humber: the chief river of the Midlands. Length: 270 km (170 miles)
- Also: Trient the German name for Trento
river in England, from Celtic, perhaps "great wanderer," in reference to its flooding. The city in Italy (Italian Trento) is Roman Tridentum, in reference to the triple-peaked mountain nearby. The great ecumenical council there was from 1543-63.