Synonyms for copain or Related words with copain
Examples of "copain"
Tonia released her first single, "Mon p'tit
de vacances", in 1963, and went on to release numerous further singles. She would often record both Dutch and French cover versions of popular German songs.
Marcel Gisler was raised in the Canton of St. Gallen. Since 1981 he lives in Berlin and studied Theatre studies and Philosophy at the Free University of Berlin when he founded the «cinéma
Obama and McCain also met with Sarkozy in Paris after securing their respective nominations in 2008. After receiving Obama in July, Sarkozy was quoted saying "Obama? C'est mon
", which means "Obama? He's my buddy." Because of their previous acquaintance, relations between the Sarkozy and Obama administrations were expected to be warm.
When speaking in a formal context, or when meeting French speakers from outside Ivory Coast, Abidjan speakers would replace these local words with the French standard words "une fille", "un restaurant" or "une cantine", "un
", "battre", and "l'argent" respectively. Note that some local words are used across several African countries. For example, "chicotter" is attested not only in Ivory Coast but also in Senegal, Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso, Chad, the Central African Republic, Benin, Togo, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Daniel Beretta started learning how to play piano at the age of 3. He later took theater courses at Montbéliard. He performed in his first play, "
Clopants", in 1966. Catherine Allégret, who was in the audience, introduced Beretta to Marcel Camus, who put Beretta in his first film role in "A Savage Summer". Beretta went on to star in more plays, including "Jesus Christ Superstar" and "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg".
Salut les copains is a series of albums released through Universal Music France to commemorate the best of music featured in French scene as sponsored by "salut les
" radio program in France and the French "Salut les copains" magazine. The tracks include French original singles, French-language covers of known hits as well as European and American hits popular in France. The track list is a representative wide selection of the "Yé-yé" generation of French music.
In November 2013, Bagieu posted a short comic on her blog titled "Prends cinq minutes et signe
" ("Take five minutes and sign, buddy") about the ecological consequences of deep-sea fishing. In this comic, Bagieu criticized the economic "heresy" represented in deep-sea fishing and the few businessmen that benefit of the industry. The publication went viral on Facebook, and a petition against deep-sea fishing by organization Bloom gained over 345,000 signature within two days.
During this time (mid-1930s), Degrelle became acquainted with the cartoonist Hergé. In a volume published after his death ("Tintin mon
"), the Rexist leader claimed that his years of journalism had inspired the creation of "The Adventures of Tintin"—ignoring Hergé's statements that the character was in fact based on his brother, Paul Remi. Degrelle had been shipping Mexican newspapers containing American cartoons to Belgium, and Hergé did admit years later in 1975 that Degrelle deserved credit for introducing him to the comic "strip".
"Love on the Rocks" is a song written by Neil Diamond and Gilbert Bécaud that appeared in the 1980 movie "The Jazz Singer" and was performed by Diamond on the soundtrack album to the film. It was also released as a single and reached #2 on the "Billboard" Hot 100 for four weeks in January 1981, behind "(Just Like) Starting Over" by John Lennon. In addition to the main chart, "Love on the Rocks", also made it to #3 on Billboard's. US Adult Contemporary chart. "Billboard" also rated it as the #26 pop single overall for 1981. It performed less well in the UK, reaching only #17. It was covered by Millie Jackson on her 1981 album "Just a Lil' Bit Country", and by Gladys Knight on the album "Great Solo Performances by Guest Artists from the Tom Jones Show, Vol. 1". Bécaud covered the song l'amour et mort' on his 1991 album "Mon
The P30 Publica with the 993 cc 2K engine was known as the Toyota 1000 in most markets outside Japan. With a DIN rating, the engine had in export trim. The Toyota 1000 continued to be the only offering smaller than the Corolla in most export markets even after the Publica replacement (the P40 Toyota Starlet) was introduced for Japan in 1973. Branded as the Toyota 1000, the car was launched on the West German market, at the time Europe's largest national auto-market, in the fourth quarter of 1974. It had an unusually lavish list of included features that included radial tyres, front headrests, tinted windows, a heated rear window and even a radio. In some European markets such as Switzerland and the Netherlands, it was marketed with the additional name "
". In Belgium it was sold as the "Toyota Osaka" for a while.
SkyGunner is a 3D third-person combat flight simulator video game for the PlayStation 2. The game's setting and art style has elements of steampunk. It was developed by PixelArts and was released in Japan on September 27, 2001 by Sony Computer Entertainment. It was released to the North American market by Atlus USA on June 25, 2002. SkyGunner follows the story of 3 ace pilots, Ciel,
and Femme, who are hired to protect the "Eternal Engine", an engine capable of perpetual motion. Little do they know, the criminal genius, Ventre, is planning to use the town's celebration aboard the luxury airship, Merveilleux, as an opportunity to steal the Eternal Engine for his own evil ends. As the player progresses through the game, there's much more hidden elements to be desired, and new tasks to be completed.
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