Cottagers is the nickname for Fulham football club.
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The Cottagers from Frankenstein live in Germany.
The cottagers couldn't pay their rent and their crops were frozen in the ground so they couldn't harvest them and sell them on the market for rent. The monster being extra-strong harvested their crops for them and thereby enabled them to get on with their lives.
They leave never to return.
The Creature felt guilty because he had been contributing to the plight of the cottagers', a young man and and his mother, who were quite poor, by stealing their food. So he stopped taking their food, and would leave firewood at their door every day in an attempt to make amends.
He really wanted to communicate with the DeLacey family (the cottagers he was watching and helping).
He feels like he wants to be with them, but he knows as soon as they see him, they will run or attack him. That is why he waits to talk with the blind father.
The creature saw Felix explaining to his companion that the family left the cottage because of the horrible scare by the creature.
Though he begged them to let him join them; when he tried to reveal himself to them, they were horrified by his appearance, and they moved out of their cottage the next day.
The creature cuts woods and clears snow from the path in front of their cottage for the DeLacey family.
At first, he wanted to master their language so he would be able to communicate properly, and then later, he was just scared that they wouldn't like him.
In "Frankenstein," the creature overheard Felix discussing why the people had moved away from the cottage. They left because of their fear of the monster. When he heard the explanation, he became enraged and set the empty building on fire.
Some peasants provided rent in the forms of labor and a part of the crop. They worked on the lord's land a given number of days per week, and provided a certain amount of what they grew, usually in the form of wheat. Serfs were usually of this type, as were cottagers; serfs, who were at a higher rank, had more land to till, and cottagers provided rent more in the form of labor. Other peasants paid money as rent. These peasants were called free tenants or freemen. Some peasants had their own farms, and did not pay rent to a lord, but directly to the king. They were required to be prepared to fight in wars, usually as archers. They were called yeomen.
THe sorrows of werther, this book is basically about a man who had deep feelings for a woman but were never returned and she married another wealthy man and werter unable to see his lover marrying another man takes his own life. The monster feels that he is sort of similar to the monster as his protectors (the cottagers) never returned his love. He weeps as the Werter dies in the book.
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According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 4 words with the pattern CO-T-G---. That is, nine letter words with 1st letter C and 2nd letter O and 4th letter T and 6th letter G. In alphabetical order, they are: contagion contagium cottagers cottaging
AnswerA Cottar was one of the lowest peasant occupations, undertaken by the old or infirm, who had a series of low duties including swine-herd,, prison guard and menial tasks AnswerA cottar was not a job, but a class status. A cottar was above a serf, but only to the extent that a cottar was free to move off the manor without needing to get permission. The down side of this was that the cottar did not have the rights to stay on the manor, to farm there, and to be protected, which were rights of serfs. Usually, cottars farmed, but this was not necessarily the case. They had to pay rent, and they had jobs, but the jobs could include being a potter, weaving, making bricks, tanning leather, or any of a number of other jobs that could be done in a hamlet or village.A third answer: Cottar is related to the word cottager. It refers to a peasant who hold no land beyond a cottage, its immediate yard, and a small plot of garden land (half and acre to an acre) adjoining it called a croft. Cottagers could be either free or serf, the main difference being that the serf cottagers would owe a certain amount of labor to the lord the manor. The amount of produce available from the cottars own holdings were generally insufficient to support a family, so cottars would work as hired laborers and also practice basic crafts such as brewing and spinning to supplement their income.
Medieval SerfsA medieval village or manor usually contained several classes of laborers, consisting of Medieval Serfs and peasants. There might be a number of freemen, who paid a fixed rent, either in money or produce, for the use of their land. Then there were Medieval Serfs who laboured in the lord's household or at work on his domain. Most of the peasants were Medieval Serfs or villeins. The other labourers were called Cottagers or small holders. Under feudalism the lords and nobles of the land had certain rights over Medieval Serfs and Peasants which included the right of jurisdiction, which gave judicial power to the nobles and lords and the right of hunting
This handy coat-changing cammo trick, used by, for example, Arctic foxes and snowshoe hares, isn't shared by snowy owls. But their year-round light plumage-plus their bulky bodies, layers of down, and low metabolism-does make them well adapted to living north of the Arctic Circle. (Cottagers can spot snowies in southern and central Ontario in the winter, though.) Males have a lighter coat and can sometimes look pure white; females and young birds are typically barred or flecked. More neat factoids about snowy owls: They're the heaviest North American owls, and they can scarf prey, such as voles, whole and head-first. Later (as with other owls), they regurgitate the bones and fur in a slimy pellet. Efficient! Yet so disgusting.
Martin Doyle has written: 'The illustrated book of domestic poultry' -- subject(s): Poultry, Poultry breeds 'Hints on emigration to Upper Canada' -- subject(s): Description and travel, Emigration and immigration 'The kitchen garden; or, Monthly calendar of practical directions for the culture of vegetables' 'Hints addressed to the small holders and peasantry of Ireland' 'Hints addressed to the small holders and peasantry of Ireland, on road-making, and on ventilation, &c. &c' -- subject(s): Roads 'Irish cottagers' -- subject(s): Conduct of life, Educational literature, Peasantry, Rural conditions, Rural development, Social life and customs 'Common sense for common people, or, illustrations of popular proverbs, designed for the use of the peasantry of Ireland'
A peasant is a farmer. Most peasants were poor, and most worked land owned by someone else, but not all. Poor peasants who worked the land of lords are most commonly referred to as serfs. Serfs did not pay rent, and were required to provide labor for the lord. They also were not free to move away from the manor on which they worked, though they were not slaves. They had some important rights that provided for their security, and they could not legally be forced to leave the manor unless they broke a law or failed to do their duties. Serfs were also called villeins. Certain serfs who had fewer rights were called cottagers or bordars, though the exact legal situation of bordars may not be entirely understood. Some medieval societies allowed slavery, but not all. Freemen worked land they rented, and they had contracts like leases. Yeomen were peasants who owned their own land. They did not owe duties to a lord, but had to be prepared for military service as archers (at least in England).
if you're asking about 2011-2012 Premier League season they go as follows: Arsenal- The Gunners Aston Villa - The Villans Blackburn Rovers - Rovers Bolton Wanderers - The Trotters Chelsea - The Blues Everton - The Toffees Fulham - The Cottagers Liverpool - The Reds Manchester City - The Citizens or The Blues Manchester United - The Red Devils Newcastle United - The Magpies Norwich City - The Canaries QPR - The Hoops Stoke City - The Potters Sunderland- The Black Cats Swansea City - The Swans Tottenham Hotspurs - Spurs or Lilywhites West Bromwich Albion- The Baggies Wigan Athletic - The Latics Wolverhampton Wanderers- Wolves ;)