Synonyms for deschenes or Related words with deschenes

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Examples of "deschenes"
Liz Deschenes. Installation maintained through April 2016.
1997 : Beatoven, Etienne Deschenes, Natasha St-Pier
Deschenes participated with Canada in women’s ice hockey at the 2011 and 2013 Winter Universiade, capturing a gold medal in both events. Among the players named to the 2013 roster, Deschenes was the only returning player from the 2011 team. For the 2013 team, Deschenes was also named as the captain of the Canadian team.
Shimon Shetreet and Jules Deschenes, Judicial Independence: The Contemporary Debate (1985 Martinus Nijhoff)
Alexandre Ferdinand Parseval-Deschenes (27 November 1790 – 10 June 1860) was a French admiral and senator.
After the bombing occurred on Sunday morning, Deschenes wasn't called into work since his colleagues were unaware he had returned.
Kim Deschenes is a Canadian-born women’s ice hockey player with the Canadiennes de Montreal of the CWHL.
Due to his age and poor health, it was announced Deschenes would not be called to testify before the Air India Inquiry, though Graham Pinos, a former Federal Prosecutor, testified that Deschenes had told him only days before the bombing that "rogue elements" of the Indian Secret Service were operating in Canada, and likely to bring down a plane.
On December 31, 2015, Kim Deschenes and the Canadiennes participated in an outdoor women’s ice hockey game against the NWHL’s Boston Pride. Known as the 2016 Outdoor Women's Classic it was the first-ever professional women’s ice hockey outdoor game. Deschenes would score the first goal of the game.
On August 10, 1933, Frank Amyot rescued Ottawa Rough Riders Dave Sprague and Eddie Bond, when their canoe overturned on Lake Deschenes on June 18, 1933.
According to a paper by Deschenes and Greenstone (2006), predicted increases in temperature and precipitation will have virtually no effect on the most important crops in the US.
For five seasons, Deschenes competed with the Montreal Carabins women’s ice hockey program in Canadian Interuniversity Sport play, capturing a national championship 2012.
Liz Deschenes (born Boston, Massachusetts 1966) is a contemporary visual artist who lives and works in New York City. Her work and art practice can be understood in relation to post-conceptual photography and minimalism.
Selected in the first round of the 2014 CWHL Draft, Deschenes participated in the 2nd Canadian Women's Hockey League All-Star Game, which both took place at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre.
She has exhibited extensively in the United States and abroad, including solo shows at Campoli Presti in Paris and London (2013), Secession, Vienna (2012), Sutton Lane, Brussels (2010), and Miguel Abreu Gallery in New York (2009). Her first solo presentation at an American museum, "Liz Deschenes: Gallery 7" was on view at the Walker Art Center from November 2014 to October 2015 and curated by Eric Crosby. Deschenes' work has been included in numerous group exhibitions including "What is a Photograph?", curated by Carol Squiers at the International Center of Photography in New York (2014), "Cross Over. Photography of Science + Science of Photography" at Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland (2013). Her first monograph was published in 2012 in conjunction with her exhibition at Secession, Vienna. Deschenes was also featured in the 2012 Whitney Biennial.
However, when detailing his role in the investigation in 1988, Deschenes had written that he simply returned to Canada because "he was no longer needed" in Los Angeles, and chided others for remaining to "soak up some sun".
Deschenes scored a goal as a member of Team Black in the 2nd Canadian Women's Hockey League All-Star Game. She would also appear with Les Canadiennes in the finals of the 2016 Clarkson Cup.
Amyot was born in Thornhill, Ontario. On June 18, 1933 Amyot saved Ottawa Rough Riders Dave Sprague and Eddie Bond from drowning, when their canoe overturned on Lake Deschenes .
In 1838, under Captain Alexandre Ferdinand Parseval-Deschenes, she was part of a frigate squadron under Charles Baudin and took part in the Battle of Veracruz, where she was the third ship in the French line of battle.
Philippe Audet, Francis Bouillon, Kevin Bourque, David Brosseau, Jean-Francois Brunelle, Martin Chouinard, Xavier Delisle, Frederic Deschenes, Jonathan Desroches, Jason Doig, Jimmy Drolet, Daniel Goneau, Benoit Gratton, Philippe Grondin, Frederic Henry, Georges Laraque, Christian Lefebvre, Michel Massie, Samy Nasreddine, Todd Row, Bard Sorlie, Jean-Francois Tremblay. Coach: Michel Therrien.