Norman美 ['nɔrmən] 英 ['nɔː(r)mən]
- n.诺曼(=Northman)诺曼底人 诺曼底法兰西人
used to describe the style of architecture in Britain in the 11th and 12th centuries that developed from the Romanesque style
a Norman church/castle
connected with the Normans (= the people from northern Europe who defeated the English in 1066 and then ruled the country)
the Norman Conquest
a member of a Viking people who raided and then settled in the French province later known as Normandy, and who invaded England in 1066
somebody who comes from the French region of Normandy
in Europe, a style of Romanesque architecture developed by the Normans in the Middle Ages, characterized by vaults separated by groins, heavy walls, and deeply recessed portals
city in central Oklahoma, south of Oklahoma City. It is home to the University of Oklahoma.
relating to the 11th and 12th centuries in English history, when England was ruled by people from Normandy in northern France
"Norman told me that Bernie was the executor of his will, " said Carmen.
There was one occasion when Norman was due to make a reply on Education in the House in the early afternoon.
In his final work Norman Mailer offers his concept of the nature of God, showing that even at 84, the author's blade had not been dulled.
The Piece of String, one of his best-known stories, is a fierce study of Norman life.
Norman Rosenthal, exhibitions secretary of the RA, insisted there was no reason to question the authenticity of the statues or of the dig.
And when he won a collegiateliterary prize, Norman Mailer knew that his true calling was as a writer.
He said the most fitting honor for Norman Borlaug is to lead a second Green Revolution that feeds the world.
enough getting acquainted with her, and her mother, and her brother, Norman. Arthur he already knew somewhat .
Yet he was also a Norman and proud of it, the son of a cuisine flowing with butter, cream and cheese. He could never renounce them.
Norman had misbehaved and, as a punishment, his mother wouldn't let him go on the outing, but he took it on the jaw.