Synonyms for auffret or Related words with auffret

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Examples of "auffret"
Benjamin Auffret (born 15 March 1995) is a French diver.
Frank Joseph Auffret (born 23 December 1950) is a British former motorcycle speedway rider.
The French theologian Pierre Auffret gives the following structure for Psalm 9:
After his speedway career, Auffret gained a diploma in Management Studies and Marketing from Teesside University and worked in local government before becoming a website designer.
The first Ploumanac'h lighthouse dates from 1860. This was destroyed in 1944, and replaced by the current lighthouse in 1946. The present-day version was planned by architect Henry Auffret, and built by "Martin et frère" (a local construction company).
Kantik ("canticle") is a type of hymn that is vocal but includes accompaniment from a variety of instruments, commonly including the harp, pipes and organ. Modern performers include Anne Auffret and the choir Ensemble Choral du Bout du Monde.
The battery was transformed in 2006 to the "Café Musiques" and opened to the public. The architects were Ivan Franic and Michel Garcin with acoustician Maurice Auffret. Work was sponsored by Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. The cafe provides a proscenium stage and accommodations for 450 spectators, three rehearsal and recording studios, technical rooms, dressing rooms and administrative offices, with an adjoining cafe.
Modern Breton folk music includes harpists such as Anne-Marie Jan, Anne Auffret and Myrdhin, while singers Kristen Nikolas, Andrea Ar Gouilh and Yann-Fanch Kemener have become mainstream stars. Instrumental bands, however, have been the most successful, including Gwerz, Bleizi Ruz, Strobinell, Sonerien Du and Tud.
Martinez created a series of paintings about the attacks, starting work on the night of September 11, 2001. His work "No Greater Love" was chosen by author Barbara Lang-Lyras Auffret as the cover for her book on the 9/11 attacks. Martinez lives in Stapleton, Staten Island, New York, with his wife Ellen.
In the meantime, Frédéric Fougea wrote and produced the true story of a chimpanzee and its trainer in "Ham, Astrochimp #65" (2006), directed by Jérôme-Cecil Auffret. He encountered cinema again when he co-wrote the original screenplay with Michel Fessler for "Man to Man" (2005), the epic saga of two pygmies in Europe at the end of the 19th century, directed by Régis Wargnier, with Kristin Scott Thomas and Joseph Fiennes in the main roles.
The Dictionnaire has been written by 167 scholars of 9 nationalities (French, German, American, British, Canadian, Dutch, Italian, Swiss and Czech). These include : Roger Ariew, Séverine Auffret, Laurent Avezou, Ann Blair, Olivier Bloch, Laurent Bove, Jean-Charles Darmon, Philippe Desan, Emmanuel Faye, Jean-Pierre Faye, Luc Foisneau, Daniel Garber, Catherine Goldstein, Thierry Gontier, Philippe Hamou, Thierry Hoquet, Jacques Le Brun, Franck Lessay, Jacqueline Lichtenstein, Antony McKenna, Noel Malcolm, Jean-Marc Mandosio, Rémi Mathis, Isabelle Moreau, Steven Nadler, Sophie Nicholls, Gianni Paganini, Martine Pécharman, Lawrence Principe, Andrew Pyle, Tad Schmalz, Jacob Schmutz, Jean-Fabien Spitz, Carole Talon-Hugon, Michel Terestchenko, Stéphane Van Damme, Philippe Vendrix, Eliane Viennot, Jean-Claude Vuillemin.
In addition, the conference featured a capacity building program comprising a series of six tutorials - three on domain-independent aspects of Electronic Governance and three on e-applications: (1) Technology by Jim Davies, University of Oxford, UK; (2) Transformation by Pallab Saha, National University of Singapore, Singapore; (3) Policy by Sharon S. Dawes and Theresa A. Pardo, Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany, State University of New York, USA; (4) e-Health by Jennifer Zelmer, International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation, Denmark; (5) e-Economy by Wojciech Cellary, Poznan University of Economics, Poland; and (6) e-Leadership by Jean-Pierre Auffret, International Academy of CIO, USA and Elsa Estevez, United Nations University, Macao.
Born in Middlesbrough, Auffret entered the sport via cycle speedway, and after winning the Tyneside Cycle Speedway Championship in 1967 he took up the motorized form of the sport. He first rode in second half races at Middlesbrough Teessiders in 1969 and made his league debut in 1970 for Hackney Hawks in Division One, riding in two heats but failing to score, also riding for Rayleigh Rockets. He established himself in the Teesside team in the Second Division in 1971, and his average improved to 8.62 in 1973. He was selected for the Young England team in 1972 and 1973. In 1973 he also rode in the top division for Leicester Lions and Halifax Dukes, and he signed for Leicester in 1974, averaging almost 6.5 in Division One. He stayed with Leicester in 1975. He represented the full England team in 1974 and 1975. In 1976 he moved on to Hull Vikings, riding for them for six seasons until their closure in 1981. He made three appearances for Middlesbrough Tigers in 1982 before retiring from the sport.