The boy wipes out the competition as he performs dance moves similar to napoleon Dynamite, complete with back flips (see 3:55).
I'm in business with Al Pacino now; we're developing Betsy and napoleon about napoleon's exile in St. Helena.
Murdoch fits Clarendon's description of Cromwell, updated by David Chandler to describe napoleon, as "a great, bad man."
napoleon solved the matter by ordering his officers to stuff her into a litter and carry her aboard by force.
He can be deadly dull when he tries to explain why Pakistan is not Islamic enough or how napoleon tried to create Israel in 1798.
It opens with the death of Mirabeau and closes with the death of napoleon.
Old napoleon couldn't thrash 'em, and it don't stand to reason that the Yanks could.
Balashev told him why he considered napoleon to be the originator of the war.
napoleon withdrew his hand as sharply as if a bee amid the fruit had stung him.
Orsini was the name of the assassin who attempted the life of napoleon in.
used in reference to various qualities and things associated with 19c. French emperors of that name, especially Napoleon I (Bonaparte) (1769-1821): e.g. a gold coin issued by his government and worth 20 francs. As a 12-pound artillery piece, in use in U.S. military from 1857 (in this case, from Napoleon III (1808-1873), under whose rule it was designed). As a type of boot, by 1860; as a card game, by 1876; as a type of rich cake, from 1892; as a type of good brandy, from 1930. The name also was applied by 1821 to anyone thought to have achieved domination in any field by ambition and ruthlessness. Napoleon complex in reference to aggressiveness by short people is attested by 1930. Related: Napoleonic.