Synonyms for dès or Related words with dès

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Examples of "dès"
"Retour" ("Return") was the Swiss entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1970, performed in French by Henri Dès. Dès has released this song in another languages:
It was succeeded as the Switzerland representative at the 1970 contest by Henri Dès with "Retour".
The poem "Demain, dès l'aube", by Victor Hugo, alludes to the "sails descending towards Harfleur" ("les voiles descendant vers Harfleur").
Aufray represented Luxembourg in the 1964 Eurovision Song Contest, performing "Dès que le printemps revient" and finishing fourth.
Henri Dès (born 1940 in Renens, Vaud, Switzerland as Henri Destraz) is a Swiss French-language children's singer and songwriter immensely popular in European Francophone countries. In 1970, he released his first album, "Retour". Dès also founded his own record label, Disques Mary-Josée, which he named after his wife.
The song is a ballad with Dès talking about his return of a travel to Italy. He thinks that his lover is waiting for him.
"Dès que le printemps revient" (English translation: "Once Spring Returns") was the Luxembourgish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1964, performed in French by French singer Hugues Aufray.
Missiego recorded "Su canción" in four different languages, besides Spanish also French ("Dès qu'un enfant chante"), Italian ("Vola l'amore") and German ("Der mann im mond").
In 2016 she is one of main characters, the co-writer or and co-producer of the first feature of Lotfi Achour ""Demain dès l'Aube"".
"À force de prier" was succeeded as Luxembourgian representative at the 1964 Contest by Hugues Aufray with "Dès que le printemps revient".
It remains one of Renaud's most successful albums to date, including two of his most famous songs, the sea tale "Dès que le vent soufflera" and the ballad "Morgane de toi", about his daughter Lolita.
All songs by Pierre Bensusan, except "Demain, dès l'Aube", by Victor Hugo and Pierre Bensusan, "La Nuit des Météores" Dotea Comu-Bensusan and Pierre Bensusan, "Tacita" Didier Malherbe and Pierre Bensusan.
The song was performed first on the night, preceding Switzerland's Henri Dès with "Retour". At the close of voting, it had received 7 points, placing 7th in a field of 12.
Returning to the Hôtel de Ville, the mob accused the "prévôt dès marchands" (roughly, mayor) Jacques de Flesselles of treachery, and he was assassinated en route to an ostensible trial at the Palais-Royal.
Luxembourg was represented by French singer Hugues Aufray, with the song '"Dès que le printemps revient", at the 1964 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 21 March in Copenhagen. The song was chosen internally by broadcaster RTL.
Previously working for Henri Dès albums, it acquired the Lanoraie, Quebec-based Interdisc Distribution Inc. to form BMG Québec, in 1990, originally as BMG Musique du Québec under the direction of Nicolas Ferrier.
Art. 5. Dès que la présente Convention aura été signée, les deux Gouvernements nommeront leurs Plénipotentiaires, qui se réuniront, dans un délai de trois mois, pour élaborer un traité définitif sur les bases fixées par les articles précédents.
Yok Yok is distinguished by his large red triangular bouffant hat and rolling eyes. The broadcast animation was translated from the French and shown on British TV from 1981 until 1983. It was broadcast at this time in various other countries including France. Storybooks featuring E. Delesset's character are still available, as well as a CD featuring music by Henri Dès.
Demain dès l'aube is one of French writer Victor Hugo's most famous poems. It was published in his 1856 collection "Les Contemplations". It consists of three quatrains of rhyming alexandrines. The poem describes a visit to his daughter Léopoldine Hugo's grave.
The song was performed third on the night, following Switzerland's Henri Dès with "Retour" and preceding Yugoslavia's Eva Sršen with "Pridi, dala ti bom cvet". At the close of voting, it had received 5 points, placing it 8th in a field of 12.