Synonyms for faite or Related words with faite

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Examples of "faite"
Pour elle, quoique Dieu l'ait faite douce et tendre,
" " Etude faite à l'époque du Panorama des Alpes "" 26 x 40 cm OOC
He published "Relation de l'expédition de Carthagène faite par les François en 1697" in Amsterdam the next year.
He published "Relation de l'expédition de Carthègene faite par les François en 1697". He died in Paris.
.Biinomikon, en collaboration avec S.E.M. Joy Tabet, traduction d’une étude latine faite sur les jurisconsultes romains par Jean Bertrand (1617), Beyrouth, éditions Dergham, 2012
Berytus seu de Metropoli Beryto, étude latine sur la triple antiquité de Beyrouth faite par Johann Strauch (1662), Beyrouth, éditions Dar an-Nahar, 2009
"Rome wasn't built in a day" is an adage attesting to the need for time to create great things. It is the usual English translation of a medieval French phrase, «"Rome ne fu[t] pas faite toute en un jour"», from the collection "Li Proverbe au Vilain" (published around 1190; reprinted here). The modern French form is «"Rome ne s'est pas faite en un jour."»
Amongst his early, independent, works were two erotic compositions after Antoine Borel - "Vous avez la clef, mais il a trouvé la serrure" and "La faute est faite, permettez quil la répare" - and "The pleasures of Anacréon", after Jean-Bernard Restout.
• 1990 : "L'Annonce faite à Marie" by Paul Claudel , creation at the Théâtre de la Tempête in 1990, revival at the Théâtre de la Tempête in 1991, tour around France, Europe Centrale, ex-USSR in 1993 [125 shows]
In 2005, Cartier's "Bref récit et succincte narration de la navigation faite en MDXXXV et MDXXXVI" was named one of the 100 most important books in Canadian history by the "Literary Review of Canada".
The Annunciation of Marie is the English-language title of the 1991 critically acclaimed French-Canadian film "L'Annonce faite à Marie", an adaptation of the play of the same name by Paul Claudel.
He also wrote several ballets, oratorios, cantatas, four operas—"La Guerra" (1956), "Il vortice" (1958), "Uno sguardo dal ponte" (1961), "L'Annonce faite à Marie" (1970)—, symphonies, chamber music, and songs.
"Que la volonté de Dieu soit faite!" in English: "That the will of God be done!" is inscribed on the tomb of Alfred Pampalon, which is located in the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Quebec City.
Bref récit et succincte narration de la navigation faite en MDXXXV et MDXXXVI was a literary work published in 1545, which recounted Jacques Cartier’s second voyage to the St. Lawrence Valley region of North America and detailed his interactions with the local St. Lawrence Iroquoian peoples. The book was more than likely written by Cartier’s secretary, Jehan Poullet.
In 1610, he was sent as a missionary to China. While waiting at Macau for a favorable opportunity to enter the country he taught mathematics to local scholars and published his "Observation sur l'éclipse de lune du 8 Novembre 1612, faite a Macao" ("Mémoires de l'Acad. des Sciences", VII, 706.)
The name "Canada" is now generally accepted as originating from the St. Lawrence Iroquoian word or , meaning "village" or "settlement". Related translations include "land" or "town", with subsequent terminologies meaning "cluster of dwellings" or "collection of huts". This explanation is historically documented in Jacques Cartier's "Bref récit et succincte narration de la navigation faite en MDXXXV et MDXXXVI".
En collaboration avec le père Joseph Moukarzel (OLM) : « Abraham Ecchellensis Maronita. Biographie faite par Carlo Cartari », édition, traduction et commentaire du manuscrit latin Vita Abraham Ecchellensis de l’Archivio di Stato di Roma, dans Tempora, Annales d’Histoire et d’Archéologie, Université Saint-Joseph de Beyrouth, 2007-2009.
He took an active part in the beatification of Joan of Arc. He fought the anti-religious legislation that was being prepared against Christian education, the religious institutes, and the concordat. His "Déclaration des Cardinaux et exposé de la situation faite à l'Église de France" (1892), and his "Lettre au Président de la République" (1904), remain as witnesses to his character.
Cayatte began his directoral career at the German-controlled Continental Films during the French occupation. Some of Cayatte's earlier films that addressed his characteristic themes include "Justice est faite" ("Justice is Done"; 1950), "Nous sommes tous des assassins" ("We Are All Murderers"; 1952), and "Le passage du Rhin" ("Tomorrow Is My Turn"; 1960).
The "LRC" unveiled its list of the 100 most important Canadian books ever published in the January/February 2006 and March 2006 issues. The list ran in chronological order, starting with Jacques Cartier's "Bref récit et succincte narration de la navigation faite en MDXXXV et MDXXXVI", published in 1545, and ending with Jane Jacobs' "Dark Age Ahead", published in 2004.