Burgrafe in a sentence

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The burgrave then had her buried at the convent of Himmelskron, and, by virtue of an old treaty, the Burgraves of Nuremberg now succeeded to the fiefs of the Counts of Orlamunde, whose line had become extinct.
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The Man. Champfleury-novelist, dramatist, archaeologist, humourist, and literary historian-belonged to a later generation than that of Petrus Borel and Philothee O'Neddy; but he could remember the production of _les Burgraves_, and was able of his own personal knowledge to laugh at the melancholy speech of poor Celestin Nanteuil-the famous 'Il n'y a plus de jeunesse' of a man grown old and incredulous and apathetic before his time: the lament over a yesterday already a hundred years behind.
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Did I not lead the dance with him at the Burgrave's festival, the twain of us braver than morning?
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In this very learned book it was clearly proved to readers that that which was beautiful to see in Imperia, was that which it was permissible for lovers alone to behold; a rare case then, for she did not disarrange her attire for the petty German princes whom she called her margraves, burgraves, electors, and dukes, just as a captain ranks his soldiers.
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As to the aforesaid margraves and burgraves, she gave them the tail of her dress to hold, and said that if she did not tread them under foot, they would trample upon her.
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Examples of Burgrafe

Example #1
The Plassenburg, with Baireuth and Burgundy, and all the possessions of the Counts of Orlamunde, therefore passed into the hands of Burgrave Albert the Handsome.
Example #2
After uttering these words, she put her head calmly on the block.
Example #3
He had lived in the Latin quarter; he had dined with Flicoteaux, and listened to the orchestras of Habeneck and Musard; he had heard the chimes at midnight with Baudelaire and Murger, hissed the tragedies of Ponsard, applauded Deburau and Rouviere, and seen the rise and fall of Courbet and Dupont.
Example #4
And when time and season fit, what more can the heart of man desire?
Example #5
Sat I not with him in the garden of St. Vaast, his head in my lap, while he sang me virelays of the south?
Example #6
Such a tide for lovers!...