Synonyms for endroit or Related words with endroit

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Examples of "endroit"
Zeynab Ouloukèmi Habib, born in Abidjan in 1975, has given concerts around Africa and won a Kora Award for Best Female West African Artist in 2005. She released her first album "Intori" in 2001, a second album "D'un endroit à l'autre" in 2004, and a third album "Olukèmi" in 2011.
Le conte de Namur et se frère Thiris
Li jeune Godefroy de Lovay li marchis
Le dus de Lucenbor et de Baere autresi
Furent a celles jostes et mains barons jolis
Qui par lamour des dames la endroit fu acquis.
The parks contains a number of ornamental monuments, most concerned with love and friendship. The path leading down towards the manor house from the south passes a monument dedicated to L'Amitié or Friendship while another close to the stream down to the cliffs is labelled "Endroit chéri de Lise" or Lise's favourite spot.
Their relationship lasted nine years, and even after Capel married he continued his affair with Chanel until his death in late 1919. A roadside memorial was placed at the site of the accident, consisting of a cross bearing the inscription "A la mémoire du capitaine Arthur Capel, légion d'Honneur de l'armée britannique, mort accidentellement en cet endroit le 22 décembre 1919."
At the time of the Second Empire, at the latest, the word "enfer" was widely used to refer to a clandestine or sequestered collection. Pierre Larousse’s "Encyclopedia Grand dictionnaire universel du XIXe siècle" (Paris 1866-1877) defined the word as "endroit fermé d'une bibliothèque, où l'on tient les livres dont on pense que la lecture est dangereuse; exemple: l'Enfer de la Bibliothèque nationale." ("A closed area in a library, containing books whose reading is considered dangerous, for example: The 'hell' of the Bibliothèque nationale."). In 1913, the Bibliothèque nationale received a huge book collection from Auguste Lesouëf and his sister (whose married name was Smith); 34 of these items were given the press mark "Enfer Smith-Lesouëf". The prints and photographs of the Bibliothèque nationale also received a special press mark, if they were seen as morally questionable.
The years 1758–1759 saw Dohna campaigning in two theaters: Saxony and upper Pomerania. The heavy campaigning in Saxony and the Baltic coast, some distant from one another, damaged his health. In April 1759, Frederick recalled him to Berlin, to recover, writing that Dohna was too sick to continue: " "Vous êtes trop malade pour vous charger du commandement. Vous ferez bien de vous faire transporter ou à Berlin ou dans un endroit où vous pourrez remettre votre santé." "("You are too sick to lead your troops; bring yourself to Berlin where you can recover your health.") He was replaced by General Heinrich von Manteuffel. After his recovery, though, he rejoined the army at Landsberg on the Warthe. On 24 June 1759 he marched with Manteuffel into Poland in their unsuccessful effort to prevent the Russians from advancing into Silesia. On 22 July 1759, he stood before the Russian army at Züllichau, but he again was recalled to Berlin for health reasons. His successor at Züllichau, Carl Heinrich von Wedel, engaged the Russian army at the Battle of Kay, which the Prussians lost with high casualties.
Jehan Chardavoine is mostly known for his publication, "Recueil des plus belles et excellentes chansons en forme de voix de ville, tirées de divers autheurs et Poëtes François, tant anciens que modernes. Ausquelles a esté nouvellement adaptée la Musique de leur chant commun, à fin que chacun les puisse chanter en tout endroit qu'il se trouvera, tant de voix que sur les instruments" ("Collection of the most beautiful and excellent songs in the form of "voix de ville", taken from various French authors and poets, both ancient and modern. To which texts have been newly adapted the music of their main tune, so that anyone may sing it at whichever place they may be, on voice as well as on instruments."). Published in 1576, it is the most ancient collection of French popular songs ever printed. It begins with an epistle addressed to "The readers", "on this 12th day of November, 1575". It contains 186 songs based on strophic poems. Some of the songs were just collected and published by Chardavoine, while others are his own adaptation to monody of previous polyphonic works by composers such as Jacques Arcadelt, Pierre Certon, and Pierre Cléreau. In most cases, he has transformed the original music to such an extent that it can be considered a new work.