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Examples of "delcroix"
He works extensively with and regularly assists the choreographer Patrick Delcroix.
André Delcroix (born 20 September 1953) is a Belgian former racing cyclist. He won the Tour de Pologne 1966.
Delcroix is a French surname derived from "de la Croix" ("of the Cross"). Notable people with the surname include:
Hansen's algorithm extended the classical Gauss-Seidel algorithm to interval computations, and has been used to compute uncertainties in delta wing composite structures (Delcroix, Boyer, & Braibant)
They are 1960s and 1970s friendships and group exhibitions with artists Vinicio Berti, Dino Migliorini, Enzo Pregno, Emilio Malenotti and Giacomo Delcroix.
As a choreographer, Delcroix has created over 40 works and re-staged further pieces by himself and Jiří Kylián all over the world.
He was educated as an engineer. Bertaux has worked with Raymond Aron, Pierre Bourdieu and Alain Touraine. He is married and publishes together with Catherine Delcroix.
In 2011, two new characters appeared in the fifth season: Warrant Officer Fanny Caradec played by Félicité Du Jeu and Officer Marc-Olivier Delcroix played by Vincent Primault.
Patrick Delcroix (born February 8, 1963, in Pau/France) was a dancer and choreographer. He was educated at the École supérieure de danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower in Cannes and the Ecole de danse Colette Soriano in Orthez, France.
In 2014, Edition Zédélé published a reprint of "SOLDIER" (Reprint Collection, curated by Anne Moeglin-Delcroix and Clive Phillpot), first published in "A Valentine for Noel" (1973) by Something Else Press and Hansjörg Mayer.
Ludo Delcroix (born 28 October 1950) was a Belgian professional road bicycle racer, who won the 9th stage in the 1979 Tour de France. He also competed in the team time trial at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Catherine Delcroix is a member of the Executing Committee of the European Sociological Association (or ESA), an association aimed to facilitate sociological research, teaching and communication on European issues, and to build networks between European sociologists. She is also a member of its Qualitative Methods Research Network.
He joined the English Royal Ballet company in 2000 dancing many solo roles including Benvolio in "Romeo and Juliet" and works by Forsythe, MacMillan, Ek, Ashton, Balanchine and Kylian, as well as creating roles for such choreographers as Wheeldon, McGregor and Tuckett. He has also expanded his repertoire by performing such works as "Sans Response" by ex-NDT choreographer Patrick Delcroix.
Around the turn of the 20th century, immigrant workers from Portugal, Italy, Spain, and later from Japan came to the area to work at the farm and at a wool mill, the Lanifícios Minerva S/A, built there in 1906 by Belgian entrepreneurs Paschoal Boronheid and Fernand Delcroix.
Catherine Delcroix (born 1955) is a French sociologist whose work employs methods drawn from sociology and biographic tools. Her major sociological works concern poverty, inequality and homelessness. She is a professor of sociology in the French Strasbourg University and a fellow of the “UMR Printemps”, a French research institute specializing in sociological and biographical studies.
Around the turn of the 20th century, immigrant workers from Portugal, Italy, Spain, and later from Japan came to the area to work at Carrão's farm and at a wool mill, the Lanifícios Minerva S/A, built there in 1906 by Belgian entrepreneurs Paschoal Boronheid and Fernand Delcroix.. An urbanized borough, Vila Carrão, was established in 1917. Another major factor in the area's development was the installation in the 1930s of a large cotton mill, the Cotonifício Guilherme Giorgi, which at its height employed 2800 workers. The remaining lands of Chácara carrão were urbanized and became the boroughs of Vila Nova Manchester (1922), Vila Santa Isabel (1931), and Jardim Têxtil.
Wolf Vostell also gained recognition for his drawings and objects, such as images of American B-52 bombers, published under the rubric "capitalist realism" and as a result of his inclusion of television sets with his paintings. Nam June Paik and Wolf Vostell were both participants in the Fluxus movement and the work of both artists involved a critique of the fetishization of television and the culture of consumption. The catalogue raisonné of his screen prints and posters has been published in the "Nouvelles de l'estampe" by Françoise Woimant and Anne Moeglin-Delcroix in 1982.
The illiterate wife of Louis Antoine, Catherine (born 26 May 1850, Jemeppe sur Meuse – died 3 November 1940, Jemeppe sur Meuse), called "The Mother" by the followers, was designated by him as his successor, but received no advice from him on how to manage the religion. In December 1918, then in September 1919, she sent letters respectively to the King of Belgium and the Minister of Justice to obtain legal recognition of the Antoinist worship; in the month of March of the following two years, Secretary of worship Ferdinand Delcroix sent two letters in the same purpose, which resulted in 1922 in the recognition of public utility of the religion.
He worked with more than 50 Choreographers: Nir Ben Gal, Elio Gervasi, Johannes Wieland, Chris Haring, Liz King, Jochen Ulrich, Catherine Guerin, Benoit Lachambre, Jiří Kylián, Stijn Celis, Felix Dumeril, Kaori Ito, Esther Balfe, Vangelis Legakis, Jo Strømgren, Jean Renshaw, Isira Makuloluwe, Michael Dolan, Pavel Šmok, Robert North, Libor Vaculík, Petr Zuska, Robert Balogh, Jochen Heckmann, Patrick Delcroix, Jean-Pierre Aviotte, Bruce Taylor, Petr Tyc, Georg Reischl, Michael Klien, David Terlingo, Nicholas Mortimore, Rose Breuss, Christophe Winkler, Lode Devos, Michael D'Auzon, Antonio Gomes, Ivan Markó, Nikolaus Adler, Gabriel Wong, Mei Hong Lin, Emma Murray, Anil van der Zee, Lazaro Godoy, Mani Obeya, Daphne Strothmann, Martin Gruber, Neil Paris, Vladislav Benito Šoltýs, Eva Klimáčková and Jan Březina on more than 90 works.
After the war, the idea of a cycling competition around Poland was reborn. In 1947, thanks to the cooperation of the Polish Cycling Association, the publishing house "Czytelnik" and a group of journalists, the race was reactivated after an 8-year break. The winner after just four stages and only 606 km (the shortest route in the history of the TdP) was Stanislaw Grzelak (Tramwajarz Lodz). Until 1993 it was not possible for the organizers of TdP to achieve an adequate rank for their event. This was due to the official stance of the authorities and the favoring of a different cycling event — the Peace Race. Noteworthy moments from that time period: triumphs of foreign cyclists — Francesco Locatelli (1949), Roger Diercken (1960), José Viejo (1972) and André Delcroix (from 1974), the longest edition of the race - 2,311 km and 13 stages (in 1953) and the hat-trick of victories of Marian Wieckowski (1954–56), matched only by Dariusz Baranowski (1991–93).