Synonyms for douleur or Related words with douleur

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Examples of "douleur"
• Prix du Meilleur Livre Etranger, 1998, for the French edition of "Il Cardillo Adolorato" (la Douleur du chardonneret)
In 2010, the track "Ta douleur" was featured in the "Saturday Night Live" sketch "Les Jeunes de Paris".
The medallions of "Ecce Homo" and "La Vierge de douleur" by unknown artists were installed in 1828 at the same time as the altarpiece.
Henri Laurens died in Paris, and was interred in the Cimetière du Montparnasse there. His tomb is decorated with his sculpture, "La Douleur" ("Grief", see image).
Capitale de la douleur ("Capital of Pain") is a book of poems by French surrealist poet Paul Éluard. The collection was first published in 1926.
Her song, "Ta douleur" was featured on the American television program "Saturday Night Live". The original sketch aired in October 2010 titled "Les jeunes de Paris" hosted by actress Emma Stone.
"Le Jour où fit connaissance avec sa douleur" could be translated as "The Day Beaumont Became Acquainted with His Pain" or, "The Day Beaumont Got to Know Hs Pain".
"Le jour où Beaumont fit connaissance avec sa douleur." Paris, page à page. Textes choisis et annotés par Pierre-Edmond Robert. (Texts selected and annotated by Pierre-Edmond Robert.) Hatier: Dider, Paris, 191p.e
By the 1980s, makossa had moved to Paris and a new pop-makossa fused elements of Antillean zouk. Prominent musicians from this period included Moni Bilé, Douleur, Bébé Manga, , Petit-Pays, and Esa.
In 1924, Delamarre worked with the architect Michel Roux Spitz and fellow sculptor Marcel Renard on the family tomb for the Vetters in the Croix-Rousse cemetery in Lyon. Renard worked on carving general decoration for the tomb whereas Delamarre executed a "Douleur".
By the 1980s, makossa had moved to Paris and formed a new pop-makossa that fused the fast tempo zouk style popularized by Kassav from the French Caribbean. Prominent musicians from this period included Moni Bilé, Douleur, Bébé Manga, Ben Decca, Petit-Pays, and Esa.
In the late 1980s, Castellitto appeared in several Italian television miniseries, including "Un siciliano in Sicilia" (1987), "Cinque storie inquietanti" (1987), "Piazza Navona" (1988), "Cinéma" (1988), and "Come stanno bene insieme" (1989). He also appeared in the miniseries "Victoire, ou la douleur des femmes" (2000).
Recent remix commissions include French music star Camille (Virgin/EMI Records) for her single "Ta Douleur", Hellogoodbye (Sanctuary/Drive Thru Records) for their global hit song "Here In Your Arms" and Kate Havnevik (Universal/Continentica Records) for "You Again" taken from her cult hit debut album "Melankton".
Éluard supported the Moroccan revolution, as early as 1925, and in January 1927 he joined the communist party together with Louis Aragon, Breton, Benjamin Péret and Pierre Unik. All explained their decision in a collective document entitled "Au grand jour". It was during these years that Éluard published two of his main works: "Capitale de la Douleur" (1926) and "L'Amour la Poesie" (1929).
This war memorial is known as "La Pleureuse". Renaud had used Marie-Louise Le Put as a model for his sculpture. She wears mourning clothes with a large hood or cowl covering her head ("Capuche" in French ). The sculpture was commissioned in 1920, shown in 1921 at the Salon des Artistes and the memorial was inaugurated on 2 July 1922. At that time the sculpture was known as "Douleur".
Le Jour où Beaumont fit connaissance avec sa douleur is a novella written in French by French Nobel laureate writer J. M. G. Le Clézio. It is one of the first published texts he wrote. This novella was published in book form after the famous "Le Procès-Verbal" (The Official Report), his first novel which won the Renaudot Prize in 1963. This novella was also included in a collection of short stories entitled "La fièvre" (The Fever), (pages 60 to 87).
This war memorial is known as "La Pleureuse". Francis Renaud the sculptor had used Marie-Louise Le Put as a model for his sculpture. She wears mourning clothes with a large hood or cowl covering her head ("Capuche" in French ). The sculpture was commissioned in 1920, shown in 1921 at the Salon des Artistes and the memorial was inaugurated on 2 July 1922. At that time the sculpture was known as "Douleur".
Antelme was arrested and deported on 1 July 1944. He was at Buchenwald, then Gandersheim. After the end of the war François Mitterrand found Antelme in a terrible state while visiting the Dachau concentration camp and organised his return to Paris; Mitterrand later reported that he had almost not heard Antelme's soft-voiced call to him. Marguerite Duras looked after Antelme and wrote "La Douleur" about his return. She divorced him soon after he regained his health, but they remained friends.
Killam co-wrote the first version of the sketch while working with The Groundlings, after being inspired by the Camille song "Ta Douleur": "We just were looking for a reason to dance around, really...It’s sort of just our exaggerated portrayal of our American interpretation of French youth culture, inspired by the song." He credits Emma Stone's support for making the sketch Killam's first written work to be performed on SNL.
In addition to his services as a patriot and spy, Vigo was the foremost financier of the American Revolution in the Northwest. When Clark arrived with Continental promissary notes of paper, Vigo exchanged them evenly for hard coin. The American dollar traded poorly among the French citizens, and soon became worthless. Vigo was never repaid during his lifetime, and would recollect that the term "douleur" to the French signifies grief or pain.