Synonyms for celui_qui or Related words with celui_qui

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Examples of "celui_qui"
His third attempt, representing Monaco again, in the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest with "Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va", was 4th.
It was succeeded as Monegasque representative at the 1974 Contest by Romuald with "Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va".
It was succeeded as Luxembourgish representative at the 1970 Contest by David Alexandre Winter with "Je suis tombé du ciel". Romuald returned to the Contest in 1974, singing "Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va".
"Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va" (English translation: "The One Who Stays and the One Who Leaves") was the Monegasque entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1974, performed in French by French singer Romuald.
He wrote the television screenplay Mycènes Celui qui vient du futur: Mycènes, He who comes from the future.
Jules Dassin's film "He Who Must Die" ("Celui qui doit mourir", 1957) is based on the novel.
The song was performed ninth on the night (following Sweden's ABBA with "Waterloo" and preceding Monaco's Romuald with "Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va"). At the close of voting, it had received 14 points, placing 4th in a field of 17.
The song was performed eleventh on the night (following Monaco's Romuald with "Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va" and preceding the Netherlands' Mouth & MacNeal with "I See A Star"). At the close of voting, it had received 10 points, placing 9th out of a field of 17.
It was succeeded as Monegasque representative at the 1965 Contest by Marjorie Noël with "Va dire à l'amour". Romuald returned to the Contest in 1969, then representing Luxembourg with "Catherine" and a third time in 1974 with the Monegasque entry "Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va".
Also, was conductor in the Eurovision Song Contest in three years, 1974 (for the Monegasque entry "Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va"), 1976 (for the Monegasque entry "Toi, la musique et moi") and 1977 (the winner of this year, the French "L'oiseau et l'enfant").
Louis Aragon dedicated to him, along with three other resistants (Gabriel Péri, Honoré d'Estienne d'Orves, and Gilbert Dru, all together two Christians and two Communists), his poem “La rose et le réséda.” This poem contained the line “"Celui qui croyait au Ciel / Celui qui n’y croyait pas"”. (He who believed in Heaven / He who believed not, those who believed in heaven being the resistants who believed in an ideal of justice).
He appeared in another film directed by Jules Dassin in 1957, "He Who Must Die (Celui qui doit mourir)". He also appeared in a film written and directed by Luis Buñuel, "La fièvre monte à El Pao" (1959).
"L’Ordre de l'Étoile polaire et Celui qui vient" [(The Order of the Polar Star and the Next to Arrive) 1974; reedited in "La Trinosophie de l'Étoile polaire" (The Polar Star Trinosophia) in 1990]
While Arcand is promoted, and largely viewed, as one who "asks real questions" ("celui qui pose les vraies questions"), he is not particularly controversial, and his politics are generally close to the centre of the political spectrum.
De son point de vu, le philosophe est celui qui a des préoccupations et des questionnements sérieux afin de comprendre la vérité, et la meilleure façon de dialoguerest la philosophie.
He was a man of some education, with knowledge of French and calligraphy. In signing his accounts for 1621 and 1622 as chamberlain he decorated them with a couplet in French from a romance by Mellin de Saint-Gelais. Quiney writes “"Bien heureux est celui qui pour devenir sage, Qui pour le mal d'autrui fait son apprentissage"” but the original is “"Heureux celui qui pour devenir sage, Du mal d'autrui fait son apprentissage"”. The original translates into English as “"Happy is he who to become wise, serves his apprenticeship from other men's troubles"” but Quiney's version “… is ungrammatical and without sense”.
The site is decorated with several works of public art including "L'artiste est celui qui fait voir l'autre côté des choses" by Claude Bettinger, "Comme si le temps… de la rue" by Pierre Granche, and "La voie lactée" by Geneviève Cadieux. A bust of conductor Wilfrid Pelletier by sculptor Arto Tchakmaktchian is on permanent display in the entrance hall.
Many schools and streets have been named after Gabriel Péri, as well as a Paris and a Lyon Metro station. Paul Éluard and Louis Aragon wrote poems in his tribute (titled "Gabriel Péri" and "Ballade de Celui Qui Chanta Dans les Supplices" ["Ballad to Him who Sings While Being Tortured"], respectively).
Prominent Academicians of the early 17th century, such as Andrea Sacchi, felt that genre and still-life painting did not carry the "gravitas" merited for painting to be considered great. An influential formulation of 1667 by André Félibien, a historiographer, architect and theoretician of French classicism became the classic statement of the theory of the hierarchy of genres for the 18th century:Celui qui fait parfaitement des païsages est au-dessus d'un autre qui ne fait que des fruits, des fleurs ou des coquilles. Celui qui peint des animaux vivants est plus estimable que ceux qui ne représentent que des choses mortes & sans mouvement ; & comme la figure de l'homme est le plus parfait ouvrage de Dieu sur la Terre, il est certain aussi que celui qui se rend l'imitateur de Dieu en peignant des figures humaines, est beaucoup plus excellent que tous les autres ...
Considered a strong contender for Eurovision 1974, "Long Live Love" was performed second on the night of the final (following Finland's Carita Holmström singing "Keep Me Warm" and preceding Spain's Peret with "Canta y sé feliz"). The conductor for the number was Nick Ingman and Newton-John was backed by a five-woman chorale which included the Ladybirds, the trio who had sung backup for Sandie Shaw on her victorious performance of "Puppet on a String" at Eurovision 1967. At the close of voting "Long Live Love" had received 14 points to place in a three way tie for 4th in a field of 17, "Bye Bye I Love You" by Ireen Sheer singing for Luxembourg and "Celui qui reste et celui qui s'en va" by Romuald singing for Monaco also having accrued 14 points. Newton-John admitted post-contest: "I was never really happy with the song I had to sing."