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de la   (de la)

The original name of the family was de la Iglesia.

Gilbert de la Hay Gilbert de la Hay may refer to:

de facto   (fiilen)

She would have been de facto ruler in the interim.

Two teams compete as de facto Division I members.

Petani is de facto the commercial area of the town.

de los   (de los)

In "Revista de los Archivos Nacionales," 2:362-366.

"La sublevación de los indios de Nicoya en 1760."

"La Foto de los Dos" was released on October, 2013.

de las   (de las)

Münch was born in San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico.

"Historia General y Natural de las Indias."

Its current field is Parque de las Cruces.

et de   (et de)

Le tout enrichi de cartes et de figures."

Occupez-vous de vos pauvres et de vos équipements en ruines !"

De l'entendement, de son origine, et de celle des idees (346) VIII.

van de   (van de)

He brought the story to writer/director Jean van de Velde.

A. van de Graaf, Raúl M. Rosarivo, Hans Kayser, and others.

He was named as "De Ongekroonde Koning van de Asperge" (Eng.

de jure

It was made official on 4 December 2017 "de jure".

Since 1960, prostitution in Thailand has been "de jure" illegal.

He was the eldest son of Sir William Hilton, de jure 9th Lord Hilton.

de l   (de l)

It was also known as Renault Grand Prix de l'A.C.F.

After, turns left to Boulevard de l’Île-des-Soeurs.

La nascita di un nuovo mondo", catalogue de l’exposition).

de l   (de l ’)

After, turns left to Boulevard de l’Île-des-Soeurs.

La nascita di un nuovo mondo", catalogue de l’exposition).

She was a journalist at the Office Rwandase de l’information.

de guerre

She was awarded the Croix de guerre in July 1918.

From 1941 he used the "nom de guerre" Andrew Kennedy.

Genn was awarded the Croix de guerre in 1945.

nom de   (nom de)

From 1941 he used the "nom de guerre" Andrew Kennedy.

He took on the nom de guerre "Seelan".

He took on the nom de guerre Douglas.

rue de   (rue de)

Accesses are located on either side of rue de Verdun.

The rue de Mimeure in his birthplace is named after him

This station is named for rue de Cadillac.

de novo

The chromosomal duplication can be "de novo" or familial.

Variance in size can often be attributed to "de novo" mutations.

Pyrenoids can divide to form new pyrenoids, or be produced "de novo".

Île de

She served as a commerce raider at Île de France.

It was given the name "Île de la Passion" ().

The tower sits at an elevation of on the Île de Pinarellu.

comte de   (Comte de)

He appears in the "Mémoires du comte de Grammont", written by his brother Anthony.

The actions at Vic in which he was wounded won him the title of "comte de l'empire".

In the ministry, Sartine surrounded himself with able men, such as the comte de Fleurieu.

nationale de

It is currently housed at the Bibliothèque nationale de France (Gr.

duc de

He also did decorative paintings for the duc de Bourbon at Chantilly.

He was bishop of Metz from 1697 to 1732, and duc de Coislin from 1710.

He followed Anne-Jules, 2nd duc de Noailles to Spain as his secretary.

y de   (y de)

Historia de Madrid y de los pueblos de su provincia.

Water flows from four lions who hold shields with the symbols of Medina y de Carafa.

Zavala worked for the private law firms Estrada, González y de Ovendo and Sodi y Asociados.

de communes

Member of the Communauté de communes of Pays d'Amplepuis Thizy : Since 1994.

1st vice-president of the Communauté de communes of Pays d'Amplepuis Thizy : Since 2001.

It was merged into the new Communauté de communes du Bassin de Neufchâteau in January 2013.

national de   (ulusal de)

In 1946, he joined the Centre national de la recherche scientifique.

Riguet was employed at Centre national de la recherche scientifique until 1957.

From 1932 until 1941 Destriau worked at the centre national de la recherche scientifique.

de fer

On 5 October 1948, RDF broadcast Schaeffer's "Etude aux chemins de fer".

It was built in 1912 for the Chemins de fer du Midi and its Midi class was E 3200.

The first was in 1907 by the "Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée" (PLM).

tour de

"tour de force of audience-friendly post-hardcore".

The ordinary classical economist has no part in this "tour de force".

Seiderman's tour de force was the breakfast montage, shot all in one day.

de force

"tour de force of audience-friendly post-hardcore".

The ordinary classical economist has no part in this "tour de force".

Seiderman's tour de force was the breakfast montage, shot all in one day.

tour de force

"tour de force of audience-friendly post-hardcore".

The ordinary classical economist has no part in this "tour de force".

Seiderman's tour de force was the breakfast montage, shot all in one day.

de plume   (tüy)

Murari Lal Sharma (Neeras) Murari Lal Sharma ("nom de plume", "Neeras") (b.

Derleth also wrote under the noms de plume Stephen Grendon, Kenyon Holmes and Tally Mason.

He finally adopted the "nom de plume" George Orwell because "It is a good round English name."

Éamon de

He left the Dáil with Éamon de Valera and the other Anti-Treaty TDs.

Fianna Fáil was founded by Éamon de Valera, a former leader of Sinn Féin.

The 3rd battalion, under Éamon de Valera, occupied Boland's Mill and surrounding buildings.

nom de guerre   (nom de guerre)

From 1941 he used the "nom de guerre" Andrew Kennedy.

He took on the nom de guerre "Seelan".

He took on the nom de guerre Douglas.

et de la

of the "Recueil des historiens des Gaules et de la France" (Paris, 1865).

It is one of the major vocal-orchestral works of Chausson, along with the "Poème de l'amour et de la mer".

Généralités sur les Animaux (82) V. Sur l'Etat actuel de la Distribution et de la Classification des Animaux (102) VI.

de musique

He studied at the Conservatoire de musique du Québec à Montréal.

She was also a member of the Société des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs de musique.

She was admitted at the Conservatoire royal de musique in Laure Cinti-Damoreau's class.

nom de plume   (nom de plume)

Murari Lal Sharma (Neeras) Murari Lal Sharma ("nom de plume", "Neeras") (b.

He finally adopted the "nom de plume" George Orwell because "It is a good round English name."

In signing his own poems he used the nom de plume "Naso" in reference to the "cognomen" of Ovid.

marquis de

De Launay was a nephew of the Bastille governor marquis de Launay.

He also bought drawings at the sale of the marquis de Gouvernet's collection of 1013 drawings in 1775.

Eventually, the king dismissed Sartine on October 14, 1780 and replaced him with the marquis de Castries.

de toponymie

The toponym "Baie Hanotaux" was formalized on June 12, 1970 by the Commission de toponymie du Québec.

The toponym "Lac Brochu" was formalized on December 18, 1986 by the Commission de toponymie du Québec.

The toponym "lac Chapman" was formalized on December 18, 1986 by the Commission de toponymie du Québec.

de toponymie du   (de toponymie du)

The toponym "Baie Hanotaux" was formalized on June 12, 1970 by the Commission de toponymie du Québec.

The toponym "Lac Brochu" was formalized on December 18, 1986 by the Commission de toponymie du Québec.

The toponym "lac Chapman" was formalized on December 18, 1986 by the Commission de toponymie du Québec.

de un   (de un)

The Ugly Ones The Ugly Ones (es: "El precio de un hombre", lit.

El secuestro de un policía El secuestro de un policia ("Kidnapping of a policeman") is a 1991 Mexican film.

chef de   (şef de)

After a year she was promoted to chef de partie.

The chef de cave is Caroline Latrive.

Tay Wilson was the chef de mission.

de vaisseau

He was promoted to Captain ("Capitaine de vaisseau") on 10 July 1882.

He was appointed Lieutenant ("Lieutenant de vaisseau") on 13 August 1864.

"Lieutenant de vaisseau" Robin commanded "Loire" from 7 March 1820 to 8 August.

pas de   (pas de)

A group dance and a "corps de ballet", a social partner dance and a "pas de deux", differ profoundly.

Later in their training, students study ballet repertoire, solos and pas de deux and boys undertake upper body conditioning.

There is a French cover of that song, under the title "Mais n'essaie pas de me mentir" (But don't try to lie to me) by Claude François.

École de

Debeney was professor of infantry tactics at the "École de Guerre".

She later studied painting at the École de la Grande Chaumiere in Paris.

He was educated as an engineer at the École de la Métallurgie et des Mines in Nancy.

Álvarez de

Garcia Álvarez de Toledo provided her with a dowry of 40,000 gold ducats.

He was the son of Pedro Álvarez de Toledo (1484–1583), the Spanish Viceroy of Naples.

Juan's first marriage occurred sometime before the year 1260 with Teresa Álvarez de Azagra.

de camp

In 1770 he was promoted to Mestre de camp.

He served as aide de camp from 1865 to 1867 with the admiral commanding the China Sea Division.

Like his brother James Macarthur-Onslow, he was aide de camp to the Governor General from 1920 to 1923.

corps de   (Kolordu de)

In France, guilds were called "corps de métiers".

Both ballets are complete versions, with the company's "corps de ballet".

She joined The Royal Ballet in February 2002, as a member of the corps de ballet.

de les   (de les)

The road passes close by Pi de les Tres Branques, which is indicated by a signpost.

The official name of this is "El Turó de les Tres Creus," however many tourists choose to call it Calvary.

It was held at the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències in Valencia, Spain, from October 20 through 28, 2012.

coup de   (darbe)

He referred to their meeting as a ""coup de foudre"."

She had summoned her lover who had injected a coup de grace on 11 October 1911.

The attack finished with a coup de grâce to the head, although he was dead already.

de deux

A group dance and a "corps de ballet", a social partner dance and a "pas de deux", differ profoundly.

In June 1841, Balzac wrote again to Mme Hanska: "I have just finished "Mémoires de deux jeunes mariées"".

Later in their training, students study ballet repertoire, solos and pas de deux and boys undertake upper body conditioning.

national de la   (ulusal de la)

In 1946, he joined the Centre national de la recherche scientifique.

Riguet was employed at Centre national de la recherche scientifique until 1957.

From 1932 until 1941 Destriau worked at the centre national de la recherche scientifique.

Ángel de

The final fall did not involve Místico at all as Ángel de Oro forced Mephisto to submit for the victory.

Their bodies were then taken to Mexico City and eventually put to rest under "el Ángel de la Independencia" in 1910.

In the second fall "Los Hijos" pinned both Valiente and Ángel de Oro, but not Místico as the team took the second fall.

château de

In his thesis, Benoît Peaucelle wrote about the château de Pailly:

Ruined, Simons died in 1810 in his château de Bossey in Switzerland.

The earliest mention of the château de Saint-Ferriol dates from 1155.

Álvaro de

She is named after Admiral Álvaro de Bazán.

Its first commander was Álvaro de Sande, first Marqués de la Piovera.

Álvaro de Campos manifests, in a way, as a hyperbolic version of Pessoa himself.

supérieure de

In 1972 she joined the École normale supérieure de jeunes filles.

As of 2018, he is an Emeritus professor at the École normale supérieure de Cachan.

Between 1870 and 1940, an officier breveté was a graduate of the École supérieure de guerre.

de ballet   (bale)

Both ballets are complete versions, with the company's "corps de ballet".

She joined The Royal Ballet in February 2002, as a member of the corps de ballet.

He performed Nureyev's Swan Lake as a surnuméraire (extra member of the corps de ballet).

de amor

100 años de amor y luz

In 2019, she was part of the cast of the television series "Argentina, tierra de amor y venganza".

Romantic song "Me muero de amor" was written by famous composing duo Claudia Brant and Coti Sorokin.

pas de deux   (pas de deux)

A group dance and a "corps de ballet", a social partner dance and a "pas de deux", differ profoundly.

Later in their training, students study ballet repertoire, solos and pas de deux and boys undertake upper body conditioning.

Another theory is that Cueca originated in the early 19th century bordellos of South America, as a "pas de deux" facilitating partner finding.

de mi

She documented her experience in a book and album project called "Pebeta de mi Barrio".

When she returned to Colombia, she produced her first record, titled ""Cantos de mi tierra y de mi raza"".

rue de la   (Rue de la)

He exhibits regularly at the Galerie Donguy, rue de la Roquette in Paris.

Vandive worked on the rue Saint-Jacques opposite the rue de la Parcheminerie.

In 1815, he moved the workshop to 9, rue de la Paix in Paris, where it remains today.

de facto standard   (de facto standardı)

This encoding and interface became a de facto standard for Unix sound.

They did, making the IBM-compatible PC, running DOS, a de facto standard.

As the result, IEBus becomes a "de facto standard" of car audio in Japan.

général de

He is an ingénieur général de l'armement.

He was promoted to général de corps d'armée (4 stars) in 1963.

By 1793, Souham had risen to the rank of "général de division" during the Flanders Campaign.

de los Ángeles

The María de los Ángeles foundation has offices based in Tucuman and Buenos Aires .

1 in central Baja California to Bahía de los Ángeles and its total length is 68 km (42.25 mi).

María Peralta María de los Ángeles Peralta (born 30 November 1977) is an Argentine middle and long distance runner.

de facto leader   (fiili lider)

The de facto leader of the Forum was Wsiewołod Wołczew.

Stott was the de facto leader of the independent caucus within parliament.

General Ma Anliang was the de facto leader of the Muslims of northwest China.

royale de   (Royale de)

He was elected a member of the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture in 1730.

On 7 November 1669 she was received into the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture.

In 1817, he founded and directed the "Institution royale de musique classique et religieuse."

de Ávila

The newspaper is located in Ciego de Ávila.

Duarte played his entire career for his provincial side Ciego de Ávila, except for a season in Germany with amateur side SV Einheit 1875 Worbis.

On 16 July 1566, the plotters were betrayed and the leaders arrested, including Don Martín, his brothers, and the rich and influential Alonso de Ávila, nephew of the conquistador of the same name.

de transport

It is operated by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) and serves the Blue Line.

fer de

The first was in 1907 by the "Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée" (PLM).

He became vice-president of the Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée (PLM) in 1896.

The company's management then asked the Chemins de fer de l'État to test it with their dynamometer car.

de recherche

In 1980 he became an "attaché de recherche" and in 1983 a "chargé de recherche" of the CNRS.

He later joined the Groupement de recherche et d'études pour la civilisation européenne (GRECE), but left it in 1976.

de la musique

In 1998, she was selected at the Victoires de la musique classique.

In 2003 she was nominated in the "Révélations" category of the Victoires de la musique.

He works as a music journalist since 1985, mainly for magazines like "Jazz Hot", "Jazzman" and "Le Monde de la musique".

française de

He was member of the École française de Rome (1881–1883) and the École française d'Athènes.

He worked with the Banque française de l'Afrique du Sud and the Maison de Banque Bauer et Marchal.

In 1980 Imétal absorbed the Société Mokta El Hadid, which was renamed Compagnie française de Mokta (CFM).

de fer de

The first was in 1907 by the "Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée" (PLM).

He became vice-president of the Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée (PLM) in 1896.

The company's management then asked the Chemins de fer de l'État to test it with their dynamometer car.

seigneur de

Gabriel Taschereau de Baudry Gabriel Taschereau, seigneur de Baudry (March 15, 1673 – April 22, 1755) was a French administrator.

René de Voyer was the grandson of René de Voyer, seigneur de Paulmy et de la Roche de Gennes, and of Jeanne Gueffault, dame d'Argenson.

He was the marquis of Fontenay-Trésigny, sire de Villebert, seigneur de Breteuil, du Mesnil-Chassemartin, des Chapelles, de Villenevotte et de Palaiseau, baron de Boitron et de Preuilly.

de la recherche

In 1946, he joined the Centre national de la recherche scientifique.

Riguet was employed at Centre national de la recherche scientifique until 1957.

From 1932 until 1941 Destriau worked at the centre national de la recherche scientifique.

de corps

He was promoted to général de corps d'armée (4 stars) in 1963.

On 19 June 1939 he was promoted to général de corps d'armée and assigned to 16th Army Corps in 7th Army.

The Foreign Legion's commander immediately dissolved the national battalions to improve the "esprit de corps".

became the de

As Chūai died before Ōjin's birth, his mother Empress Jingū became the de facto ruler.

Christianity became the de facto official religion in all the chiefdoms by World War I.

This meant that JScript became the de facto standard for client-side scripting on the Web.

de una   (de una)

La vigencia de una escuela pianística.

La construcción de una ciudad.

His last works include "Agonia de una tarde", "Autorretrato muerto" and "La muerte canta" in 1996.

fin de

(2017) - Euro : vers la fin de la monnaie unique ?.

Cankar is also considered one of Europe's most important fin de siècle.

Berg was a part of Vienna's cultural elite during the heady "fin de siècle" period.

corps de ballet

Both ballets are complete versions, with the company's "corps de ballet".

She joined The Royal Ballet in February 2002, as a member of the corps de ballet.

He performed Nureyev's Swan Lake as a surnuméraire (extra member of the corps de ballet).

aan de

The teams completed a course that was starting from Sittard and finishing in Valkenburg aan de Geul.

Vele jonge levens ontkomen aan de slagvelden van Nettuno en Normandië vonden onder deze bomen hun einde."

The team would be based in Alkmaar, though the second team originally trained and played in Koog aan de Zaan.

aide de   (yardımcı)

He served as aide de camp from 1865 to 1867 with the admiral commanding the China Sea Division.

Like his brother James Macarthur-Onslow, he was aide de camp to the Governor General from 1920 to 1923.

On Crete, Peter rejoined the King, who was satisfied with his conduct and named him his personal aide de camp.

de facto ruler   (fiili cetvel)

She would have been de facto ruler in the interim.

Bhimsen Thapa was a military leader and a de facto ruler of Nepal.

As Chūai died before Ōjin's birth, his mother Empress Jingū became the de facto ruler.

aide de camp   (aide de camp)

He served as aide de camp from 1865 to 1867 with the admiral commanding the China Sea Division.

Like his brother James Macarthur-Onslow, he was aide de camp to the Governor General from 1920 to 1923.

On Crete, Peter rejoined the King, who was satisfied with his conduct and named him his personal aide de camp.

Étienne de

Marius Étienne de Voisins-Lavernière was born on 17 May 1813 in Lavaur, Tarn, France.

Super Discount Super Discount is the debut album by French DJ and producer Étienne de Crécy.

The pattern of centriole duplication was first worked out independently by Étienne de Harven and Joseph G. Gall c. 1950.

voor de

She studied acting at the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Amsterdam.

In 1971, the "Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek" (CBS) recorded around 3,000 adherents.

The archive of Marjan Sax is being kept in Internationaal Archief voor de Vrouwenbeweging (IAV).

y de la

Near the municipality, there is a nature reserve, Parque Natural de los Calares del Río Mundo y de la Sima.

Jośe Rufino de Olaso y de la Puente (1839–1918) was granted the rank of Marquess by Pope Pius X on 15 January 1914.

Conferencias dadas en el Centro del Ejército y de la Armada by General Don Tomás O´Ryan y Vázquez (East War (1854 to 1856).

de geste

Their tales constitute the first "chansons de geste".

At least three swords bearing the similar name Murglaie occur in other chansons de geste.

The first four texts are in the form of chansons de geste and the fifth is a prose romance.

communauté de

He is also mayor of La Canourgue and president of the Aubrac-Lot-Causse "communauté de communes".

The communauté de communes consists of the following 24 communes, of which three (Aibre, Laire and Le Vernoy) in the Doubs department:

Communauté de communes des Côtes et de la Ruppe The communauté de communes des Côtes et de la Ruppe is a former "communauté de communes" in the Vosges "département" and in the Lorraine "regionion" of France.

chemin de

The Northern limit with Esquelbecq is "chemin de Rubrouck".

The passage along the parapet was the ancient chemin de ronde ("allure") on which guards were posted.

At the point where the outer wall joins the keep, a small postern is located, as well as a stairway leading up to the outer wall's "chemin de ronde".

Île de la

It was given the name "Île de la Passion" ().

"Sirius" and "Magicienne" were burnt, their crews taking shelter on the tiny Île de la Passe.

Earlier, "Staunch" participated in the 10–17 August expeditions to capture the Île de la Passe.

communauté de communes

He is also mayor of La Canourgue and president of the Aubrac-Lot-Causse "communauté de communes".

The communauté de communes consists of the following 24 communes, of which three (Aibre, Laire and Le Vernoy) in the Doubs department:

Communauté de communes des Côtes et de la Ruppe The communauté de communes des Côtes et de la Ruppe is a former "communauté de communes" in the Vosges "département" and in the Lorraine "regionion" of France.

prince de   (prens de)

He also claimed the title "prince de Chabannais", but was and is usually known as the Vidame de Chartres.

She was the daughter of the French count Antoine de Mailly-Lespine and Genevieve d’Ufre, widow of prince de Croy.

Her husband, as heir to the Duchy of Bouillon, was styled "prince de Turenne"; as such, Louise became the Princess of Turenne.

scolaire de

It is managed by the Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est ontarien.

The "Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud" operates public Catholic Francophone schools serving the area.

Commission scolaire de l'Or-et-des-Bois Commission scolaire de l'Or-et-des-Bois (CSOB) is a Francophone school district headquartered in Val-d'Or, Quebec.

catholique de

He also attended the Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium.

It is managed by the Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est ontarien.

After the war, he obtained the chair of German language and literature at the Institut catholique de Paris.

de siècle

Cankar is also considered one of Europe's most important fin de siècle.

Berg was a part of Vienna's cultural elite during the heady "fin de siècle" period.

Zygmunt Ajdukiewicz was the first cousin of Polish fin de siècle painter Tadeusz Ajdukiewicz who was nine years older than him.

de la vie   (de la vie)

Des resultats immediats de la vie dans un corps (91) VIII.

It one of the "Scènes de la vie privée" in "La Comédie humaine".

Je ne laisserai personne dire que c’est le plus bel âge de la vie.")

international de

In 2012, she received "Le Prix international de la laïcité".

It is located in Victoria Square near the Quartier international de Montréal district.

In 2006, they released their second album, entitled "Grand champion international de course" (certified Gold by the CRIA).

de peinture

He was elected a member of the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture in 1730.

On 7 November 1669 she was received into the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture.

The painting was awarded the 1774 "Prix de Rome" by the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture.