Synonyms for chapais or Related words with chapais

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Examples of "chapais"
Chapais is a crater on Mars, named after the community of Chapais, Quebec, Canada. Chapais Crater is located at 22.6° south latitude, and 20.6° west longitude. Its diameter is .
Chibougamau/Chapais Airport is located southwest of Chibougamau, Quebec, Canada, or about halfway to Chapais along Route 113.
Parc Thomas-Chapais in Montreal is named in his honor.
Oujé-Bougoumou (referred to as "Oujé" by local residents) is accessible by a paved road (gravel before 2008), linking to Route 113 not far from Chapais. Along with the neighbouring towns of Chibougamau and Chapais, Oujé-Bougoumou is served by the Chibougamau/Chapais airport located approximately away on Route 113.
His grand-nephew Jean-Charles Chapais served in the Quebec assembly and the Canadian senate.
Chapais had a population of 1,610 in the Canada 2011 Census.
It contains the house of Jean-Charles Chapais, a National Historic Site of Canada.
Chapais' house in Saint-Denis-De La Bouteillerie was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1962.
Born Henri André Augustin Chapais in Le Havre on February 22, 1879, Chapais was the son of a customs official. The family moved to Nice when Henri André was young. Unusually for an actor, he attended lycée in Nice, while acting with a small theatre company.
Chapais was Commissioner of Public Works in the Great Coalition of 1864–1867, and is credited with establishing the Intercolonial Railway and expanding the Grand Trunk Railway. In 1867 the British North America Act was passed, creating the Dominion of Canada, and Chapais became the first Minister of Agriculture. At this time, he also switched to representing Champlain in the Quebec legislature, due to a scandal over electoral irregularities in Kamouraska. On 30 January 1868, Jean-Charles Chapais entered the Senate of Canada, and sat in the body until his death.
The toponym "ZEC Chapais" was formalized on August 5, 1982 at the Bank of place names in the Commission de toponymie du Québec (Geographical Names Board of Québec).
Sir Joseph Amable Thomas Chapais, (March 23, 1858 – July 15, 1946) was a French Canadian author, editor, historian, journalist, professor, and politician.
Max Raoul or Vandière, real name Raoul François Chapais, (c.1770 – Paris 5 March 1839) was a 19th-century French playwright.
Chapais is a community in the Canadian province of Quebec, located on Route 113 near Chibougamau in the Jamésie region. It is surrounded by, but not a part of, the municipality of Baie-James. The community was first settled in 1929, when prospector Léo Springer discovered deposits of copper, silver and gold in the area, and was incorporated as a city in 1955. It was named for Thomas Chapais.
Jean-Charles Chapais, PC (December 2, 1811 – July 17, 1885) was a Canadian Conservative politician, and considered a Father of Canadian Confederation for his participation in the Quebec Conference to determine the form of Canada's government.
His contemporaries, however, did not have any trouble interpreting its meaning. The first interpretations that can be cited are those of historian Thomas Chapais and civil servant Ernest Gagnon.
Presqu'île is a meteorite crater in the territory equivalent to a regional county municipality (TE) of Jamésie in the Nord-du-Québec region of Quebec, Canada, located about south of the city of Chapais.
Access to the town is by Route 167 from Lac Saint-Jean and by Route 113 from Lebel-sur-Quevillon. Chibougamau's airport is along Route 113, about halfway to Chapais.
Following the Charlottetown Conference in September 1864, Chapais attended the Quebec Conference to negotiate on behalf of Canada East for provincial governments to have greater power in the Canadian federal system.
The first known composition where two knights win against one pawn is, according to Lafora, by Gioachino Greco in 1620. In 1780, Chapais did a partial analysis of three positions with the pawn on f4 or h4 . In 1851 Horwitz and Kling published three positions where the knights win against one pawn and two positions where they win against two pawns . The analysis by Chapais was revised by Guretsky-Cornitz and others, and included by Johann Berger in "Theory and Practice of the Endgame", first published in 1891. However, the analysis by Guretsky-Cornitz was incorrect and the original analysis by Chapais was in principle, correct . Troitsky started studying the endgame in the early 20th century and published his extensive analysis in 1937 . Modern computer analysis found it to be very accurate .