Synonyms for andrieu or Related words with andrieu

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Examples of "andrieu"
Pierre Andrieu (1821 – 1892), was a 19th-century French painter.
Julie Andrieu (born 27 February 1974) is a French television/radio presenter and food critic.
Mathuren Arthur Andrieu (died 1896) was a painter. His work included portraits, landscapes, scenery, and panoramas.
Andrieu studied in Bordeaux from 1978 to 1984. He is a professor at the University of Nancy.
Louis Andrieu was a Belgian sports shooter. He competed in two events at the 1920 Summer Olympics.
Bernard Andrieu (born 24 December 1959 in Agen) is a French philosopher and historian of the body.
"After the War Is Over Will There Be Any 'Home Sweet Home'?" is a World War I era song released in 1917. Elmer "E.J." Pourmon and Joseph Woodruff wrote the lyrics. Harry Andrieu composed the music. The cover lists Woodruff as composer and Pourmon as lyricist. Contradictory information inside the sheet music lists Harry Andrieu as composer, and Woodruff and Pourmon as lyricists.
Pierre-Paulin Andrieu (7 December 1849 – 15 February 1935) was a French Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and archbishop of Bordeaux et Bazes.
The current critical edition of the Ordines Romani is "Les ordines romani du haut moyen age" (1961) edited by Michel Andrieu.
For information about specific French composers writing in late medieval era, see Jehan de Lescurel, Philippe de Vitry, Guillaume de Machaut, Borlet, Solage, and François Andrieu.
Marc Andrieu (born Carmaux, 19 September 1959) is a former French rugby union player and coach. He played as a wing and as a centre.
Saint-André-de-Sangonis ("Sant Andrieu de Sangònis" in Occitan) is a commune in the Hérault department in the Occitanie region
Pope Leo XIII appointed Andrieu Bishop of Marseille on 18 April 1901. He was consecrated on 25 July 1901 in the Cathedral of Toulouse.
Julie Andrieu was born in Paris, the daughter of actress Nicole Courcel, married to a man much younger than her and who abandoned her during her pregnancy. She and her mother lived for a year with Jean-Pierre Coffe, who was a close friend. She has a half-brother and a half-sister from her father's side. She is also the cousin of writer Marc Levy and actress Cathy Andrieu.
She is the initiator and co-author with Laurence Bancaud, Aurélie Barbé and Mathilde Aubat-Andrieu of the book La Harpe aux XXème et XXIème Siècles, published in 2012 by Minerve Editions.
The term "Pontificale Romano-Germanicum" for this body of documents was coined by its discoverer, Michel Andrieu. The definitive edition was compiled by the theologian Cyrille Vogel and historian Reinhard Elze.
The Chantilly Codex is known to contain music from the composers Johannes Symonis, Jehan Suzay, P. des Molins, Goscalch, Solage, Baude Cordier, Grimace, Guillaume de Machaut, Jehan Vaillant, Franciscus Andrieu, Johannes Cuvelier, Rodericus, Trebor, and Jacob Senleches.
Pierre Carbonnier was born 7 August 1828 in Bergerac, son to Pierre and Marie Andrieu. As third child of twelve, he married Zélie Joséphine Flusin (dead 9 April 1883) in Paris November 10, 1857.
PNL (Peace N' Lovés, translated Peace and money) is an independent French rap group formed in 2014 by two brothers, Ademo and N.O.S (Tarik and Nabil Andrieu are their real names), originating from Corbeil-Essonnes, a south suburb of Paris.
Maurin was ordained to the priesthood on 8 April 1882 in Rome. He did pastoral work in the diocese of Marseille from 1882 until 1911. On 1 September 1911 Pope Pius X appointed him Bishop of Grenoble, being consecrated by Pierre Andrieu in October of that year.