Synonyms for cloarec or Related words with cloarec

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Examples of "cloarec"
Cloarec is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
In July 2009, Cloarec was appointed as manager of his former club Concarneau.
Françoise Cloarec (born 1957 in Paris) is a French writer, painter and psychoanalist.
Pierre Cloarec (14 March 1909 – 7 December 1994) was a French professional road bicycle racer. During his career, he won two stages in the Tour de France.
Cloarec started his career at Caen but failed to make a senior appearance for the club. He joined Lorient in 1996 and went on to play more than 100 matches in Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 during a six-year spell. In 2002, Cloarec signed for Clermont Foot, where he made 64 league appearances. He ended his career with a spell at Concarneau before his retirement in 2007.
The ten bedrooms have each been decorated by a specific artists, including Patrice Breteau, Jerome Tisserand, Daniel You, François Chauvin, and Gerard Cloarec.
Nicolas Cloarec (born 24 July 1977) is a French former professional footballer who played as a central midfielder. He is currently the manager of Championnat de France amateur side Concarneau.
Georges Cloarec (22 December 1923 in Saint-Rémy-sur-Avre – 21 February 1944 in mont Valérien) was a fighter in the French resistance, a volunteer in the FTP-MOI liberation army in the Manouchian group.
The 1940 manning of the "ouvrage" under the command of Captain Cloarec comprised 145 men and 3 officers of the 160th Fortress Infantry Regiment. The units were under the umbrella of the 3rd Army, Army Group 2. The Casernement de Ban Saint-Jean provided peacetime above-ground barracks and support services to Coume and other positions in the area.
Cloarec began as an agricultural worker at the age of 15. When the Second World War started, he was enthused with patriotic feelings which strengthened with time. When the Germans occupied Paris and the north part of France, he left his job and travelled secretly to the southern zone, with the intention of reaching England and fighting with the Free French forces. The recruiters decided that he was too young, and rejected him.
Phébus publishes a catalog of French and foreign literature that is both contemporary (Julie Otsuka, Elif Shafak, Hugo Hamilton, Jesús Greus, Joseph O'Connor, Elisabeth Crane, Karel Schoeman Françoise Cloarec, Annie Butor, Jeanne Cordelier, Marcel Lévy, Keith Ridgway, Angélique Villeneuve, Christian Chevassieux, Christophe Carlier, Gil Jouanard, David Boratav, Nathalie Peyrebonne, Martine Desjardin, Eric Plamondon, ...) and classical (Wilkie Collins, Jack London, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Robert Margerit), with, historically, a predilection for travel stories ("Longue Marche") by Bernard Ollivier, "Vérification de la porte opposée" by Sylvain Tesson), and testimonies ("La Fin de ma Russie", "Journal d’une jeune fille russe à Berlin").