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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.
Just watch how the Cid will take the timber; he's glorious oyer a stump!
Then my Cid sat down before the city for nine months, and in the tenth month Valencia surrendered.
"I obey, O king," replied the Cid, when he heard the decree.
Leaping to the ground, I took the Cid's rein on my arm, and cried impatiently to the man to lead us down.
“I obey, O king,” replied the Cid, when he heard the decree.
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).