Synonyms for brochier or Related words with brochier

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Examples of "brochier"
The music video for "Stock Exchange" was directed by Régis Brochier of 7th Floor Productions.
The music video was directed by Régis Brochier of 7th floor Productions in January 2009.
Brochier is a municipality in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
The word "broker" derives from Old French "broceur" "small trader", of uncertain origin, but possibly from Old French "brocheor" meaning "wine retailer", which comes from the verb "brochier", or "to broach (a keg)".
Passionate about hunting, a painter, he published a collection of anthologies on woodcock, wild boar, deer, rabbit, wild ducks and snipe. He married Nicole Brochier, born April 8, 1937.
In 2007, Miss Kittin & The Hacker reunited to release the single "Hometown / Dimanche" through Good Life Recordings. The music video for "Hometown" was directed by Régis Brochier of 7th floor Productions.
Jean-Jacques Brochier (28 December 1937 – 29 October 2004 from cancer), the son of a physician, was a French journalist, and chief editor of "Le Magazine Littéraire" from 1968 to 2004.
In 1997, Jean-Jacques Brochier established with Danièle Brison and the prize "Printemps du Roman", awarded each year at Saint-Louis (Haut-Rhin), at the book fair of which he was president until his death in 2004. The presidency has since been awarded to a different jury member each year.
In March 2009, Miss Kittin and The Hacker covered "Suspicious Minds" for their album "Two", for which they filmed a promotional music video directed by Régis Brochier of 7th floor Productions. Their cover of "Suspicious Minds" was later featured on the downloadable for free mixtape "Skull of Dreams" by Little Boots".
They have published works of Matthias Lehmann, Mike Diana, Fredox, Marcel Ruijters, Pakito Bolino, Caroline Sury, Henriette Valium, Ichiba Daisuke, Matti Hagelberg, Stu Mead, Blexbolex, Quentin Faucompré, Moolinex, Charles Burns, Keiti Ota, Reinhard Scheibner, Frédéric Poincelet, Nuvish, Les Frères Guedin, Atack, Jonathon Rosen, Rémi, Kerozen, Laetitia Brochier, Stéphane Blanquet, Francis Masse ...
Hue studied law and journalism. A freelancer for the magazines ' and "Lui", he later was appointed deputy editor-in-chief of the ecological monthly '. During the 1980s, he joined "Le Magazine Littéraire" where he succeeded Jean-Jacques Brochier in 2004 as head of the editorial staff.
Miss Kittin & The Hacker filmed a promotional music video for their cover of "Suspicious Minds", which was directed by Régis Brochier of 7th floor Productions. "Suspicious Minds" was later featured on the downloadable for free mixtape "Skull of Dreams" by Little Boots".
In October 1974, Michel Aglietta published his thesis, entitled "Régulation du mode de production capitaliste dans la longue période. Exemple des États-Unis (1870–1970)", for his doctorate thesis at the . He is also aggregate professor for the universities in Amiens, after he was administrator of the INSEE. The jury who marked his thesis consisted of Professors Raymond Barre, H. Brochier, Carlo Benetti, J. Weiller and Edmond Malinvaud.
In 2007, Miss Kittin & The Hacker reunited to release the single "Hometown / Dimanche" through Good Life Recordings. The music video for "Hometown" was directed by Régis Brochier of 7th floor Productions. Miss Kittin & The Hacker reunited for a European tour in 2008, but they also toured throughout America and around the world, before they both started recording new songs, some of which were performed whilst touring. Several of the songs that they composed while on tour were included on the album "Two".
Philipps has received media attention since at least the early 2000s in relation to his business and legal affairs. He was first declared bankrupt in 2002, and subsequently held directorships in several companies. In September 2008, having been denied bail as a flight risk and held on remand for around a year, Philipps was given a two-year suspended prison sentence in a German court for mismanagent of funds related to his construction company Hans Brochier, from which he transferred a seven-figure sum to a newly registered company in the UK in 2005. In 2009 he appealed against the sentence.
As a teacher, he presided over the emergence of his only son, Jean-Pierre, as a musical talent who would eventually go on to achieve true international celebrity as a flute soloist. At first, however, he was reluctant to encourage Jean-Pierre to pursue a career in music, despite the youngster’s evident enthusiasm and early ability. Joseph’s wife Andrée considered that her husband’s “patchwork quilt of positions and appointments” with orchestras and on radio and in theatres held too much uncertainty as a career path for their only child. Instead, they recommended a career in medicine for him. Nevertheless, Joseph privately encouraged his son’s learning of the flute at their apartment home at 20 rue Brochier, Marseille.
In 2008, Miss Kittin & The Hacker reunited as a duo, and toured throughout America and around the world, before they both started recording new songs, some of which were performed whilst touring. "Two", their second album together, was released in March 2009. The album was released 8 years after their first and only full LP as a duo. "Two" received positive reviews from contemporary critics; according to the music review aggregation of Metacritic, it garnered an average score of 62/100. Their first single from the album "PPPO" was released in March 2009 followed by the single "1000 Dreams". Their third and final single from the album "Party in My Head" was released in June 2009. The Thieves Like Us remix of "Party in My Head" was released a free download on "XLR8R"s website. Miss Kittin & The Hacker also included a cover of Elvis Presley's "Suspicious Minds" on the album, for which they filmed a promotional music video directed by Régis Brochier of 7th floor Productions. "Suspicious Minds" was later featured on the downloadable for free mixtape "Skull of Dreams" by Little Boots".