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Examples of "labatut"
Pierre Labatut, also known as Pedro Labatut (Cannes 1776 - Salvador 1849) was a French general who fought in the Brazilian War of Independence.
Peter Labatut received the title of Marechal-de-campo. He left active service in 1842 and died in the ancient streets of Salvador Barris. The town renamed the street Labatut General.
Labatut is a commune in the Landes department in Nouvelle-Aquitaine in south-western France.
Labatut is a commune in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in south-western France.
Labatut-Rivière is a commune in the Hautes-Pyrénées department in south-western France.
Maria Augusta Labatut Stresser, better known as Guta Stresser (born September 28, 1972), is a Brazilian television actress.
In 1971 he founded the still existing magazine " Archithese " . Since 1997 he was Visiting Professor Jean Labatut in Princeton.
Rodríguez' main objective while in office was to take control of the royalist province of Santa Marta. Rodríguez, although a fervent patriot, had no military experience, so he enlisted the Frenchman Pierre Labatut and the Spaniard Manuel Cortés Campomanes. Santa Marta fell to the hands of Labatut in early 1814, but the victory was short lived, and Santa Marta went back to royalist hands.
Robert Maclay was born in New York City June 11, 1834, to the marriage of Robert Haldane Maclay, MD, and Eliza Maclay (née Labatut).
Labatut served in Europe during the Peninsular War and was later in Colombia alongside Simon Bolivar. He traveled to the West Indies and then to French Guiana.
Jean-Baptiste Pellissier, full name Pierre Jean-Baptiste Pellissier de Labatut, (22 February 1788 – 11 December 1856) was a 19th-century French playwright and journalist.
André Labatut (18 July 1891 – 30 September 1977) was a French fencer. He won medals in the foil and épée competitions at three Olympic Games.
Isaac de Navailles appears to have been the first Baron, and Henri de Navailles-Labatut was Baron of Angaïs in the mid-19th century.
Labatut started his own campaign with 200 republican militia from Barranquilla and a flotilla of small boats. In early November they took the forts at Sitio Nuevo, El Palmar and Sitio Viejo; confiscating 16 canons and 4 armed launches. Labatut next attacked Gúaimaro on 18 November with 340 soldiers, capturing a large quantity of artillery and munitions and several armed boats. The Frenchman stayed to take control of the local government and root out the remaining royalists who had taken refuge in the San Antonio hills. The lower Magdelana was henceforth under the control of the republicans until the Spanish reconquest of New Granada in 1815.
During the Bahia campaign, high-ranking officers mutinied against Labatut, who was taken prisoner and sent back to Rio de Janeiro. It is unlikely that Luís Alves was involved, but his uncle, Joaquim de Lima, was almost certainly part of the conspiracy and was chosen by the officers to replace Labatut. The campaign resumed, and the Portuguese withdrew from Salvador and set sail back to Portugal. On 2 July, the victorious Brazilians entered the city. The Emperor's Battalion returned to Rio de Janeiro, and Luís Alves was later promoted to captain on 22 January 1824.
Sejima teaches as a Visiting Professor, both at Tama Art University and Japan Women's University in Tokyo. From 2005 to 2008, together with Nishizawa, she held the Jean Labatut Professorship at the School of Architecture at Princeton University, where she also served on the advisory council for several years. Kazuyo Sejima has also taught at the Polytechnique de Lausanne and Keio University.
Early in the "novel", "André" meets "Claire", a poor girl from Lyon, and falls in love with her. But the intense passion between the two, will be the target of the wrath of the mysterious "Pierre Labatut", who lost a family member "Duroseille" and was determined not to lose another.
The Magdalena Campaign was a military operation from late 1812 to early 1813 led by the independentists Simón Bolívar and Pierre Labatut against royalists and the crown of Spain in New Granada (present-day Colombia). The campaign resulted in the revolutionary United Provinces of New Grenada taking control of the Magdalena River, which connects the port city of Cartagena with the interior of Colombia.
Raymond Mastrotto (Auch, 1 November 1934 — Labatut, 11 March 1984) was a French professional road bicycle racer. In 1962, Mastrotto won the Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré. At the end of his career, in 1967, he also won a stage of the 1967 Tour de France. In 1968, Mastrotto had to end his career after he was hit by a car during a training.
Between 25 May and 23 December 1792 "Pique" was under the command of "lieutenant de vaisseau" d'Ancausse de Labatut. She cruised the environs of Belle Île and Île d'Yeu before returning to Île-d'Aix roads. She then sailed to observe the entrance to the Channel.