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Examples of "colinet"
Great Colinet Island is an island of St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Both this island and Little Colinet Island makeup the Colinet Islands.
Colinet is notable for two rivers, the Rocky and the Colinet, which enter the sea in or near the town.
Colinet died in Asnières-sur-Seine, a suburb of Paris, France, in 1950.
Colinet ranks 3rd in all-time tackles for a loss at Boston College.
Anthony Colinet (born January 15, 1976 in Fécamp) is a retired French professional football player.
Colinet is an incorporated town located on the northwest arm of St. Mary's Bay in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
Jérôme Colinet (born 26 April 1983 in Dinant) is a Belgian footballer who plays for RFC Huy.
Colinet became the first Dominican player to be drafted and play in the NFL when he was selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the third round (78th pick) of the 1997 NFL Draft. Colinet also spent time with the Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars.
Colinet was born in New York, to a Dominican mother, and a Haitian father. Colinet attended Cardinal Hayes High School where he lettered in football, basketball, and track. He was named Team MVP and a league all-star in his junior and senior years, and he was named to the CHSAA All-Star team as a senior. He was named to the list of the Top 100 High School Student-Athletes to Watch by the Chicago Tribune. Colinet was so good at basketball, that he was offered scholarships to Indiana and Penn State, but turned them down to play football at Boston College.
As of 2011 the town of Colinet had a population of 110 a -33.3% change from 2006 when the population was 165.
Stalin D. Colinet (born July 17, 1974 in New York, New York) is a former defensive tackle/defensive end in the NFL.
Colinet had played at 2002 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualifying and also played at 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualification.
In 2005 Esteban formed a band named D'Nash with friends Michael Hennet Sotomayor, Francisco Javier Álvarez Colinet and Antonio Martos Ortiz.
In 2006 Michael formed a band named D'Nash with friends Esteban Piñero Camacho, Francisco Javier Álvarez Colinet and Antonio Martos Ortiz. They are the first Spanish boy band ever.
St. Mary's Bay stretches approximately wide at its mouth, from Point Lance in the west to Cape Freels in the east, and it extends almost to the NNE to its farthest point inland at Colinet.
In 2006, Antonio formed a band named D'Nash with friends Esteban Piñero Camacho, Michael Hennet Sotomayor and Francisco Javier Álvarez Colinet. They are the first Spanish boy band ever.
Previously spelled Admiral's Beach, it is a fishing port located on the island of Newfoundland; specifically it is along a point of land in the southern Avalon Peninsula near Great Colinet Island fronting St. Mary's Bay.
Magritte married Georgette Berger in June 1922. Georgette was the daughter of a butcher in Charleroi, and had first met Magritte when she was only 13 and he was 15. They met again in Brussels in 1920 and Georgette subsequently became Magritte's model and muse. In 1936 Magritte's marriage got into trouble when he met a young artist, Sheila Legge, and began an affair. Magritte arranged for his friend, Paul Colinet, to entertain and distract Georgette, but this led to an affair between his wife and Colinet. Magritte and his wife did not reconcile until 1940.
During the Art Deco era from 1912 to 1940, dozens (if not hundreds) of European artists used ivory in the production of chryselephantine statues. Two of the most frequent users of ivory in their sculptured artworks were Ferdinand Preiss and Claire Colinet.
Marie Colinet (1560–1640 improved the techniques for Caesarean Section, introducing the use of heat for dilating and stimulating the uterus during labor. In 1624 she became the first to use a magnet to remove metal from a patient's eye, although he received the credit.