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Definition of Chamade

Chamade
Chamade Cha*made, n. [F. chamade, fr. Pg. chamada, fr. chamar to call, fr. L. clamare.] (Mil.) A signal made for a parley by beat of a drum. They beat the chamade, and sent us carte blanche. --Addison.

Meaning of Chamade from wikipedia

- In war, a chamade was a certain beat of a drum, or sound of a trumpet, which was addressed to the enemy as a kind of signal, to inform them of some proposition...
- En chamade (French: "to sound a parley") refers to powerfully voiced reed stops in a pipe organ that have been mounted horizontally, rather than vertically...
- door receiving the B53 ch****is code, the three door being the C53, the Chamade the L53, and the Cabriolet the D53. The R19 was presented in June 1988...
- La Chamade (Heartbeat) is a 1968 French romantic drama film written and directed by Alain Cavalier and starring Catherine Deneuve and Michel Piccoli....
- La Chamade is a 1965 novel by French playwright and novelist Françoise Sagan. It was adapted into a 1968 movie starring Catherine Deneuve and Michel Piccoli...
- the stoplist was gradually modified by Robert Boisseau (who added three chamade stops: 8′, 4′, and 2′/16′ in 1968) and Jean-Loup Boisseau after 1975, respectively...
- nuages (1961, Wonderful Clouds, translated 1961) La chamade (1965, translated 1966 as La Chamade; newly translated 2009 as That Mad Ache) Le garde du...
- major 4′ Octava 1o 2′ Octava 2o 2′ Docena 1o 11/3′ Docena 2o 11/3′ Quincena 1o 1′ Quincena 2o 1' Bajoncillo (chamade) 4′ Clarin campana (chamade) 2′...
- (1959) and Habit Rouge (1965). He also created Chant d'Arômes (1962), Chamade (1969), Nahéma (1979), Jardins de Bagatelle (1983), and Samsara (1989)...
- been made, garrisons were given "quarter". They did so by "beating the chamade"; it generally meant retaining their weapons, and receiving a safe conduct...
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