Synonyms for des_autres or Related words with des_autres

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Examples of "des_autres"
2007 ‘L’encyclopédie des autres’, De Queeste, Art Gallery, Watou, Belgium
"' Agnès Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri - "The Taste of Others (Le goût des autres)"
The second DVD contains several bonuses ("L'Ombre des autres", "Scene by scene views", "Works by Escalle", "Haute Couture", "Live Alternative"), and a hidden bonus: "La Cassar mobile".
Since January 2009, Patrick Poivre d'Arvor presents "La traversée du miroir" on France 5. He also presented "L'avis des autres" on Arte.
For its first edition, the QCFF opened with film Jean-Marc Vallée’s film Café de Flore, which was attended by the film’s team; Le bonheur des autres, the feature debut by Jean-Philippe Pearson closed the festival.
The motto of the organization is the Jewish rabbinic injunction "Kol yisrael arevim ze laze" (), translated into French as "Tous les israélites sont solidaires les uns des autres" ("All Jews bear responsibility for one another").
She received the in 1990 for "Tête étreintes", the and the Prix Ronald-Gasparic for the poetry collection "La Viole d'Ingres" and second prize from the for "Dans la glace des autres".
His own accounts of some of the events in which he had been involved appear in "Souvenirs du 4 septembre" (1874), "Le Gouvernement de M. " (2 vols., 1878), in "Mémoires des autres" (1889), "Nouveaux mémoires des autres" (1891) and "Les Derniers mémoires des autres" (1897), while his sketch of Victor Cousin (1887) was a further contribution to contemporary history. For his personal history, the "Premiers mémoires" (I900) and "Le Soir de ma journée" (1902), edited by his son Gustave Simon, may be supplemented by Leon Seche's "Figures bretonnes, Jules Simon, sa vie, son œuvre" (new ed., 1898), and G Picot, "Jules Simon: notice historique" (1897); also by many references to periodical literature and collected essays in Hugo P Thieme's "Guide bibliographique de la litt. française de 1800 a 1906" (1907).
The 4th César Awards ceremony, presented by the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma, honoured the best French films of 1978 and took place on 3 February 1979 at the Salle Pleyel in Paris. The ceremony was chaired by Charles Vanel and hosted by Pierre Tchernia and Jean-Claude Brialy. "L'Argent des autres" won the award for Best Film.
In August 1866, in another letter to Engels, Marx referred to Pierre Trémaux's "Origine et transformations de l'homme et des autres êtres" (1865), as ""a very important advance over Darwin."" He went further to claim that ""in its historical and political application"", the book was ""much more important and copious than Darwin.""
"Le bonheur des autres" (English: "The Happiness of Others") is an episode of the 1989 French TV series "V comme vengeance". It was directed by Charles L. Bitsch and starred Claude Jade, Roger Miremont, Féodor Atkine, Nathalie Courval, Yves Afonso and Thomas Chabrol. The episode originally aired on October 30, 1990. Duration: 90 Minutes.
Pierre Trémaux (20 July 1818 – 12 March 1895) was a French architect, orientalist and photographer, and author of numerous scientific and ethnographic publications. His 1865 work "Origine et transformations de l'homme et des autres êtres " was a predecessor and precursor to the theory of punctuated equilibrium (Wilkins and Nelson, 2008).
L'Argent des autres is a 1978 French film directed by Christian de Chalonge, and starring Jean-Louis Trintignant, Catherine Deneuve, Claude Brasseur and Michel Serrault. It won the Louis Delluc Prize and the César Award for Best Film and Best Director, and was nominated for Best Supporting Actor, Best Writing and Best Editing.
Axel returned to Denmark in 1950, and broke through as a stage director in the early 1950s. His productions included "La tête des autres" ("Other People's Heads") by Marcel Aymé, "Le Cid" by Pierre Corneille, and "Pour Lucrèce" by Jean Giraudoux. Axel started directing for television in 1951, and, from 1951–1968, did some 48 television dramas.
In the 1960s, Servais took small character roles in popular international fare such as "The Longest Day" (1962), an epic recreation of the Allied invasion of Normandy, and "That Man from Rio" (1964). Other films in which he acted include "Le Sahara brûle" (1961), "Un Soir Par Hasard" (1964), and "Avec la peau des autres" (1966).
". . . une chose y ot, qui aida moult a Chypreis: ce que il avoient sergens a pié; dont il avenoit que, quant un de lor chevaliers estoit abatus, que li sergent le relevoient, et le remetoient a cheval. Et quant un des autres estoit abatus, piestant l'ocioient li sergent et prenoient . . ."
During his career, he directed various short fictions, experimental films and documentaries. He is also the author of two full-length films, "La fugue de Suzanne" (Suzanne's Fugue, 1974) and "Mireille dans la vie des autres" (Mireille and the Others, 1979). "Mireille and the Others" was entered into the 11th Moscow International Film Festival.
Other novels by Moore were adapted for the screen, including "Intent to Kill", "The Luck of Ginger Coffey", "Catholics", "Black Robe", "Cold Heaven", and "The Statement". He co-wrote the screenplay for Alfred Hitchcock's "Torn Curtain", and wrote the screenplay for "The Blood of Others", based on the novel "Le Sang des autres" by Simone de Beauvoir.
Angélique de Saint-Jean Arnauld d'Andilly published an account of her captivity (1711), the "Conférences", the "Réflexions", the "Relations" and was a collaborator on the "Nécrologe de l’Abbaye de Notre-Dame de Port-Royal des Champs, Ordre de Cîteaux, Institut du Saint Sacrement ; qui contient les éloges historiques avec les épitaphes des fondateurs & bienfaiteurs de ce monastère, & des autres personnes de distinction" (1723).
Wang's second feature film that he wrote and directed is entitled "The Grief of Others" (2015), based on the 2011 novel of the same name by Leah Hager Cohen. The film had its world premiere at the 2015 SXSW (South by Southwest Film Festival). The film was released theatrically throughout France in August 2015 by ED Distribution (under the title, "Les Secrets des Autres").