Synonyms for courteau or Related words with courteau

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Examples of "courteau"
Courteau represented Canada at the 1984 World Junior Hockey Championship.
Loïc Courteau and Horst Skoff were the defending champions, but did not participate this year.
Loïc Courteau / Horst Skoff defeated Gustavo Luza / Gustavo Tiberti 3–6, 6–4, 6–3
Pavel Složil / Blaine Willenborg defeated Loic Courteau / Guy Forget 6–1, 6–4
On 29 September, Mauresmo announced that she would split from her long-time coach, Loic Courteau.
Yves Courteau (born April 25, 1964 in Montreal, Quebec) is a retired professional ice hockey forward who played in the National Hockey League for the Calgary Flames and Hartford Whalers from 1984–87. Courteau was drafted by the Detroit Red Wings in the 2nd round, 23rd overall in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft. He played 22 games in the NHL, recording two goals and five assists. Courteau also appeared in one playoff game with the Flames in 1986.
Personalities associated with the network included Catherine Pogonat, Alexandre Bernard, Alexandre Courteau, Yuani Fragata, Élodie Gagnon, François Lemay, Natalie Poirier, Claude Rajotte and Tony Tremblay. Courteau, Fragata and Gagnon also made occasional appearances on Radio 3 as band interviewers or correspondents promoting the Quebec music scene for English listeners.
Joseph Laurent Maurice Courteau (February 18, 1914 – November 20, 1985) was a Canadian ice hockey goaltender. He played in the NHL for the Boston Bruins.
Vogt, N. P., T. Herter, M. P. Haynes, and S. Courteau. "The Rotation Curves of Galaxies at Intermediate Redshift." Astrophys. J. Lett. 415 (1993).
Roland Courteau (born 24 February 1943) is a member of the Senate of France, representing the department of Aude. He is a member of the Socialist Party.
John Fitzgerald and Tomáš Šmíd were the defending champions, but lost in the first round to Arnaud Boetsch and Loïc Courteau, 7–6, 6–4.
He was born in Deschaillons, Quebec, the son of Julien Courteau and Marie-Anne Colle, and moved to Saint-Roch-de-l'Achigan with his family in 1799. Courteau was educated at the Collège de Montréal. He set up business in Saint-Roch and married Constance Bouchard in 1819. Courteau served in the local militia, reaching the rank of major. He was a commissioner for the trial of minor causes, a member of the school board, a member of the municipal council and a justice of the peace. He was an unsuccessful candidate for a seat in the legislative assembly in 1827. Courteau voted in support of the Ninety-Two Resolutions. He died at Saint-Roch-de-l'Achigan at the age of 58.
Guy Forget and Yannick Noah were the defending champions, but Noah did not participate this year. Forget partnered Loïc Courteau, losing in the semifinals.
Loïc Courteau (born 6 January 1964) is a French former tennis player. Courteau has coached the French Fed Cup team in years past, and has been the coach of Amélie Mauresmo, the winner of two Grand Slams, since 2002. He reached a career-high singles ranking of World No. 159 in November 1982. He only won one double title in his career, in 1986 at Buenos Aires partnering Horst Skoff.
Pils defeated both Christian Jessel and Juan Avendaño to make the round of 16 at the Kitzbühel Open in 1984. The following year he was a quarter-finalist at the Lorraine Open, after wins over Loïc Courteau and Thomas Högstedt.
Stadler had his best Grand Slam showing at the 1984 French Open, where he reached the third round, with wins over South Africa's Derek Tarr and local qualifier Loïc Courteau.
In 1885, the Houma lost a great leader, Rosalie Courteau. She had helped them survive through the aftermath of the American Civil War. She continues to be highly respected.
Gilles Courteau is a Canadian ice hockey executive. He is currently the president of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), a position he has held since February 13, 1986.
Lucien Parent, born Pierre Ovide Lucien Parent on April 29, 1893, was a prolific architect, designer, illustrator, and watercolorist. He and his wife Florence Courteau had a family of nine children. He was also a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.
Courteau compared "The Other Hand" to Ian McEwan's "Enduring Love" observing that both novels are formed around "a single horrific encounter", and praised Cleave for his "restrained, diamond-hard prose". Philip drew a different comparison, opining that Cleave's writing style—using plain language to describe atrocities— was reminiscent of John Boyne's "The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas".