Synonyms for assomption or Related words with assomption
Examples of "assomption"
It is to be noted that the Place
should not be confused with the former
Building at 236 St George Street, which was built in 1955. Today that particular structure is known as Maison Commerce House.
is a Francophone high school in Rogersville, New Brunswick, Canada.
CBAF 1300 kHz went on the air on February 20, 1954. Studios and offices were then located at St. George Street in the former
Building, a four storey structure built in 1955 by the Société l’Assomption (It is to be noted not to confuse the former
Building with the current Place
on Main Street in Moncton). Today known as the Maison Commerce House, it overlooks St. George and Archibald Streets. The premiere French-language radio station for the Atlantic region, CBAF offered programming from the CBC's French-language network headquarters in Montreal, QC. Its call letters signifies C B Atlantique Francais.
Ommatobotys aldabralis is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Viette in 1958. It is found on the Seychelles (Aldabra,
He was born in Gardner, Massachusetts and studied at St. Joseph's College in Memramcook, New Brunswick. He became an administrator for the
Mutuelle insurance company.
River (in French "Rivière l'Assomption", named after the Assumption of Mary) is the most important waterway in the Lanaudière region of Quebec, Canada, is over long, and has a drainage basin of . Its source is the Mont Tremblant massif. Seven significant rivers flow into the
(de la Boule, Versailles, Noire, la Chaloupe, Ouareau, Saint-Esprit, and Achigan) before it flows into the Rivière des Prairies at Repentigny, Quebec.
Elementary schools in Kirkland Lake include Central Public School (French immersion, public), Federal Public School (English, public), Sacred Heart School, (French immersion and English, Catholic), St. Jerome School (French immersion and English, Catholic), and Ecole
Alytana is a genus of moths of the Crambidae family. It contains only one species, Alytana aldabralis, which is found on the Seychelles, where it has been recorded from Aldabra and
He was responsible for the plans for the presbytery of the "
-de-la-Sainte-Vierge" (1897) and the new facade of the church of Sainte-Jeanne-de-Chantal (1901) in what is now Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot.
On the right side of the Herbissonne, surrounded by the cemetery, the Catholic church of the
is a religious building registered as a Historic Monument since April 15, 1958.
The boulevard is 3.6 kilometres long and starts at its intersection with Hochelaga Street and ends at its intersection with Jean-Talon Street. The
metro station is located on the boulevard south of Sherbrooke Street East, at the corner with Chauveau Street. The Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont (the largest hospital in Quebec) is on the north-east side of
where it intersects with Boulevard Rosemont, and on the facing south-west of the boulevard are the Olympic Village and the classic garden city development of Cité-jardin du Tricentenaire.
The word "assumption" in Catholic theology means "assumed into heaven after her death" from the French word "
". The name of the school is a reference to the assumption of Mary and in Thai means "the place for virtuous life and more knowledge". AC or A.C. is the abbreviation of Assumption College. The school motto is "Labor Omnia Vincit" ("work conquers all").
Odette attended public school in Windsor, then
College at nearby Sandwich. He became president of manufacturing firm Canadian Top and Body Corporation of Tilbury, Ontario. He was also vice-president of Golf Ball Corporation of Canada, vice-president of Canadian Deepwaterways and Power Association and a director of Northward Mines Ltd.
Assumption Life (Fr:
Vie) is a financial services company based in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. The company is a Canada wide life insurance provider with over 75,000 active policies and also operates a large asset management agency with over one billion dollars of assets under management.
Pardomima zanclophora is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Martin in 1955. It is found on the Comoros (Mohéli, Mayotte, Grande Comore) and the Seychelles (
, Aldabra), as well as in the Democratic Republic of Congo (North Kivu, Equateur, Katanga), Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania and Saudi Arabia.
Since that time he served on various boards, chairing life insurance company
Vie and air traffic control operator Nav Canada. He also chaired the Independent Review Panel on New Brunswick's Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation System from 2007 to 2008.
Alt, who studied at the
-Lübeck school (Institut de l'Assomption) in Paris, has a makeup free youthful appearance and often wears jeans while eschewing dresses and skirts. She is often found dressed in her signature blazers or jackets, paired with skinny jeans and towering heels.
(formally de L'Assomption) is a station on the Green Line of the Montreal Metro rapid transit system operated by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM). It is in the district of Mercier-Ouest in the borough of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The station opened some time after 6 June, 1976
The design of the sash continued to be modified and finally became a standard type that was mainly produced in L'Assomption region around 1835, according to the historian Mason Wade. The HBC agents who came to collect them at Fort
named these sashes lassomption or l’Assomption sash in the accounting books.
For this church in Le Minihic-sur-Rance's place de l' Église rue du Général de Gaulle, Valentin created the main altar in stone in 1867 decorated with a sculpted group in plaster representing the Assumption ("
de la Vierge"). Ten years later Valentin produced a similar composition in stone for the Église Sainte-Croix de Saint-Servan (Saint-Malo). The composition is thought to have been inspired by the paintiing by Nicolas Poussin.
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