Synonyms for delacourte or Related words with delacourte

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Examples of "delacourte"
He has appeared in more shows at the Delacourte theater (Shakespeare in Central Park) than any other actor to date.
In May 2008, Thierry Wasser was named the in-house perfumer for Guerlain. Wasser, a Swiss perfumer who used to work for Firmenich, created "Iris Ganache" (2007) and "Quand Vient la Pluie" (2007) for Guerlain before his appointment the following year. Jean-Paul Guerlain is staying on in an advisory consultant role, both for fragrance design and ingredients. Wasser will work closely with Sylvaine Delacourte, Guerlain's Artistic Director. In 2010, the LVMH Group cut ties with Jean-Paul Guerlain as their consultant due to his racially charged comments on French television.
Paulette Cooper wrote in "The Scandal of Scientology", that "On September 30, 1970, it was reported in the New York Post that the Scientologists were suing Delacourte Publishers and author George Malko for a book they did on Scientology." A motion for summary judgment by the defendant was later denied, in 1973. The Church of Scientology decided to sue after they had sent a letter demanding a retraction to the publisher, but the book was subsequently reprinted in paperback. The publisher later paid a legal settlement and did not release the book again in a printed format.
The Dead-Tossed Waves is a novel by Carrie Ryan. It is the sequel to "The Forest of Hands and Teeth" and the second book of a trilogy. The third book to make up the trilogy is "The Dark and Hollow Places". It was published in 2010 by Random House Delacourte Press and is written in first person narrative, present tense from the point of view of a teen girl named Gabrielle. The novel is set in a post-apocalypse world where zombie “Mudo” wander the earth, their sole purpose to infect all living humans.