Synonyms for caillet or Related words with caillet

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Examples of "caillet"
- "Ouvertures", Johann Bernhard Bach : L'Achéron / François Joubert-Caillet, Ricercar
Jean-Philippe Caillet (born June 24, 1977 in Boulay-Moselle) is a French footballer who currently plays for Differdange 03.
Caillet was appointed vice captain of the side in the 2006–07 season. He has recently joined Tianjin Teda for one season before being released.
Cailliet's name often appears as "Lucien Caillet" on printed music; this was merely a pervasive misspelling, according to the "New Grove Dictionary of American Music".
In 2006 Caillet agreed in principle to represent Bulgaria, but was found ineligible by FIFA due to having made appearances for one of the French youth national sides.
Clarinet choirs and quartets often play arrangements of both classical and popular music, in addition to a body of literature specially written for a combination of clarinets by composers such as Arnold Cooke, Alfred Uhl, Lucien Caillet and Václav Nelhýbel.
Landowski was the father of artists: painter Nadine Landowski (1908–1943), composer Marcel Landowski (1915–1999), and pianist and painter Françoise Landowski-Caillet (1917–2007). He died in Boulogne-Billancourt, a suburb of Paris, where a museum dedicated to his work has over 100 works on display.
The Werewolf of Paris (1933) is a horror novel as well as a work of historical fiction by Guy Endore. The novel follows Bertrand Caillet, the eponymous werewolf, throughout the tumultuous events of the Franco-Prussian War and the Paris Commune of 1870–71.
Bidaut was influenced in particular by dams at Alicante in Spain and in France. The dam's "extremely conservative proportions" were shaped by the engineering ideas of J. Augustine DeSazilly, F. Emile Delocre, and W.J.M. Rankine. The plan was accepted in 1867. The contractors were Braive and Caillet.
Wróblewski was introduced to gas condensation in Paris by Professor Caillet at the École Normale Supérieure. When Wróblewski was offered a chair in physics at Jagiellonian University, he accepted. At Kraków he began studying gases and soon established a collaboration with Karol Olszewski.
However, Gorius struggled to make a breakthrough in the first team, as well as, facing his own injury concerns. At the end of the 2004–05 season, with just made three appearance in all competitions, the club decided against extending his contract. Following this, Gorius, along with Jean-Philippe Caillet, went on trial at FC Saarbrücken and played a match.
Like much Gothic fiction, "The Werewolf of Paris" opens with a frame story in which the author explains his struggle with the fantastic elements of his tale. Here the narrator, an anonymous American working on his doctoral research in Paris, discovers a manuscript in the hands of some trash-pickers. He describes it as "the Galliez report: thirty four sheets of closely written French, an unsolicited defense of Sergeant Bertrand Caillet at the latter's court-martial in 1871."
Bongo Logic is an Afro-Cuban jazz ensemble that began in 1987 under the leadership of Bandleader and timbale musician Brett Gollin. Other personnel include flautist Art Webb, violinist Harry Scorzo, bassist Guillermo Guzmán, güiro player Johnny Crespo, conga player Michito Sánchez, keyboardist John Douglas and pianist Joe Rotondi. They have recorded for Rhythm Safari and Montuno Records, respectively. The original members have changed since they first began, and include newer members like Alfredo Ortiz, John Fumo, Claude Caillet, and many others.
On 9 March 2015, in a statement issued on Twitter, al-Nusra denied "completely all reports of a meeting with Qatari" and reports of a break-up with al-Qaeda. Expert Thomas Pierret at the University of Edinburgh assumed that Qatar was trying to force the hand of Al-Nusra with this "leak" about a split, and said a break with Al-Qaeda was very unlikely. French expert on jihadism Romain Caillet agreed: "The overwhelming majority of Al-Nusra members want to stay in al-Qaeda, particularly foreign fighters who represent at least one-third of the organisation".
Although the police later ascertained that his clothing came mostly from French supermarkets, it was not until November 1997, following a cranio-facial reconstruction of the dead man's face, that a friend of the family wondered if the man might be Emmanuel Caillet, from south Paris, France. Last seen by his parents on 14 August 1995, it was established that Emmanuel had crossed the Channel the next day. He then sold his car for £350, less than its value. Two days later he stayed one night in the Stakis-Ingram Hotel, Glasgow, paying with his Visa card. His identity was duly confirmed.
Dion used 3D models in order to communicate to his animators what he was looking for and emphasized economy of movement and simple, character-based gestures. Music was by composer Pierre Caillet, a frequent collaborator. Pierre Yves Drapeau did the sound design, with the idea of pigeon sounds to accompany the appearance of the central character's daughter suggested by Julie Roy, the film's NFB producer. "The Head Vanishes" is Dion's second collaboration with the NFB, following "Edmond Was a Donkey" ("Edmond était un âne)".
A. Alison, Alexis Belloc, L.P.E. Bignon, Louis Blanc, Jules Caillet, J.B.R. Capefigue, Thomas Carlyle, François-René de Chateaubriand, Adolphe Chéruel, John Wilson Croker, E.E. Crowe, C. Dareste de la Chavanne, Brugière de Barante, A. Granier de Cassagnac, Philip de Commines, Jurien de la Gravière, Alexis de Tocqueville, Jehan de Vaurin, Victor Duruy, Gabriel-Henri Gaillard, François Guizot, C.P.M. Haas, Ernest Hamel, Ludwig Häusser, Karl Hillebrand, G.W. Kitchin, Lacretelle, A. Lamartine, Jules Michelet, F.A. Mignet, Enguerrand de Monstrelet, C. Pelletan, Victor Pierre, Jules Quicherat, Alfred Nicolas Rambaud, J.E. Robinet, Duc de Saint-Simon, J.R. Seeley, , J.C.S. de Sismondi, Albert Sorel, H.M. Stephens, Heinrich von Sybel, H. Taine, M. Ternaux, A. Thiers, Voltaire.
Guillaume Cale (sometimes anglicized to William Kale, also known as Guillaume Caillet, popularly known as Jacques Bonhomme ("Jack Goodfellow") or Callet) was a wealthy peasant from the village of Mello near Beauvais, who became leader of the peasant Jacquerie which broke out in May 1358 and continued for a month unchecked until the Battle of Mello on 10 June. Cale's origins are unknown, it is not clear how old he was at the time of the uprising, nor is anything known about his family and business ties, except that he was a reasonably well-off farmer.
On April 4, 2014, Ayman al-Zawahiri calls for an "independent arbitration under Islamic law" to end the fighting between Syria's Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and Jabhat al-Nosra . According to Romain Caillet, researcher at the French Institute of the Middle East and specialist in the Salafist movement, the project supported by al-Zawahiri would result form a single legal proceeding, placed above all others. The authority of the EIIL the territories it controls, would be dissolved. This is the main reason why ISIL, who sees himself as a real state, rejects this solution and prefers the so-called "joint courts," where the jury would be composed half of members ISIL and the Another brigade of the complainant.
César Caillet Álvarez is a Chilean actor (b. 1974 in Temuco), studied in the Instituto chileno-francés of the city of Temuco. Graduated with a Law degree, knowing that he would not pursue his degree, dedicated himself to acting. He studied Theater in the school of Fernando González, had a love–hate relationship with one of his teachers and today's semi-idol, Marcelo Alonso, and became a great actor at 29 years old. Made his debut in “Los Pincheira”, he became famous as the “cool” Jaime of “Ídolos” and after a role in “Los Capo”, ended up going to the drama-area of Canal 13, in Papi Ricky and the mini-series Héroes. Has worked in several Chilean soap operas, including Los Pincheira and ¿Dónde está Elisa?.