Synonyms for homme_qui or Related words with homme_qui

mourir              avait              vient              envers              était              ainsi              faut_pas              ce_qui              si_étais              celui_qui              quelque_chose              un_enfant              un_homme              étais              il_était              que_je              mieux              le_cœur              revient              ma_fille              le_jour              il_faut              du_bonheur              un_autre              un_jour              vous_avez              celle_qui              enfin              ceux_qui              faisons              une_fois              amour_est              des_jours              pour_vous              amoureux              toute              mon_frère              une_fille              le_désir              au_paradis              avais              regarde              des_autres              qu_une              yeux              peur              peut_être              je_vous              ça_va              est_mort             



Examples of "homme_qui"
"Un homme qui dort ne donne pas de peine (A sleeping man is no trouble at all)," Zaccaria urges.
In 2004, Sidaction released "Y'a pas un homme qui soit né pour ça" credited to "Sidaction (Florent Pagny / Calogero / Pascal Obispo)". The single made it to number 20 on SNEP, the official French Singles Chart.
A poet above all, Maurice Chappaz published his first text, "Un homme qui vivait couché sur un banc", in December 1939. On that occasion, he was encouraged by Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz and Gustave Roud.
Ipoustéguy gradually moved towards figurative work, and some of his early sculptures were abstracted heads in bronze, such as "Jeanne d'Arc" ("Joan of Arc", 1957), "Roger Binne" (1959), "Homme qui rit" ("Man who laughs", 1960), and "Tete de mort" ("Skull", 1961). A figurative work from this time was "Étude de femme" ("Study of woman", 1959).
Perec began working on a series of radio plays with his translator Eugen Helmle and the musician in the late 60s; less than a decade later, he was making films. His first work, based on his novel "Un Homme qui dort", was co-directed by , and won him the Prix Jean Vigo in 1974. Perec also created crossword puzzles for "Le Point" from 1976 on.
Turenne's most eloquent countrymen wrote his "éloges", and Montecucculi himself exclaimed, ""II est mort aujourd'hui un homme qui faisait honneur à l'homme"" (A man is dead today who did honour to Man). His body, taken to St Denis, was buried with the Kings of France. Even the extreme revolutionists of 1793 respected it, and, while they ignominiously reburied the bodies of the monarchs in a mass grave, they preserved the remains of Turenne at the Jardin des Plantes until 22 September 1800, when Napoleon had them removed to the church of the Invalides at Paris, where they still rest.
While in his twenties, Lai left home and went to Paris, where he became part of the lively Montmartre music scene. In 1965 he met filmmaker Claude Lelouch and was hired to help write the score for the film "A Man and a Woman". Released in 1966, the film was a major international success, earning a number of Academy Awards. The young Lai received a Golden Globe Award nomination for "Best Original Score". This initial success brought more opportunities to work for the film industry both in his native France, where he continued to work with Lelouch on scores to films such as "Vivre pour vivre" (1967), "Un homme qui me plaît" (1969), "Le voyou" (1970) and "La bonne année" (1973), as well as in Great Britain and the United States. He is known for his support of Mireille Mathieu in many compositions and recordings. In 1970 he wrote the score for director René Clément's film, "Rider on the Rain" ("Le passager de la pluie"). It sold over one million copies and was awarded a gold disc in September 1971.
Dans un pays enchanté, vit une jeune fille, Félicie, qui a été élevée par une fée, mais sa marraine ne peut lui faire qu’un don ; c’est à elle de choisir. Félicie demande le don de plaire. La fée le lui accorde ; elle place en même temps auprès d’elle la Modestie pour compagne et s’éloigne. Félicie entend le bruit d’une fête, elle voudrait bien aller de ce côté. La Modestie la retient et lui montre la Vertu, sous les traits de Diane, qui vient la rejoindre. La Modestie et la Vertu s’efforcent en vain de prouver à Félicie que, sans la réserve et la pudeur, les dons les plus heureux sont autant de dangers. Mais ce n’est pas là une compensation, et Félicie trouve Diane bien sévère. Elle sourit au contraire en apercevant un jeune homme qui s’avance vers elle. Lucidor l’admire, lui adresse des compliments qui lui vont au cœur : elle s’attendrit. La Modestie la gêne. Lucidor supplie Félicie de l’éloigner. Félicie y consent. Lucidor devient de plus en plus pressant. Elle est fortement tentée ; en sentant qu’elle va céder, elle fait un effort suprême, elle appelle à son aide la Modestie et Diane. Les déesses accourent, la fée aussi, et Félicie, honteuse de sa faiblesse, se jette dans ses bras pendant que Lucidor s’éloigne.