Synonyms for legras or Related words with legras

benech              mougel              maurage              philippon              hecquet              prevot              parant              verly              burlet              begue              cornil              carette              grall              bouillot              caillet              grandchamp              wattez              auvray              guillemette              franois              charvin              jaillon              lelievre              simonnet              rivoire              audebert              betbeder              boitard              amouroux              mermoud              chavent              brochier              gaborit              fournel              labatut              millasseau              faivre              delcroix              lenglet              finot              marguet              laigle              meynard              brisset              pichard              pignol              bouix              duguet              dumay              soulie             



Examples of "legras"
Daniel Legras (born December 28, 1957) is a French sprint canoer.
Gerry Legras (born 5 April 1966) is a Seychellois former boxer.
Jacques Legras (16 October 1924 – 15 March 2006) was a French actor.
Pierre Legras Pierreville (1738 – July 22, 1810) was a businessman, seigneur and political figure in Lower Canada.
Anny Duperey (born Annie Legras on 28 June 1947 in Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France) is a French stage, film and television actress and best-selling author. She is a Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur.
Legras competed in the mid to late 1980s. Participating in two Summer Olympics, he earned his best finish of sixth in the K-2 500 m event at Los Angeles in 1984.
Begun as "Monarque", she was commissioned as "Wagram" in Toulon on 15 June 1810 under Captain Baudin. Under Captain François Legras, she took part in the Action of 5 November 1813 as the flagship of Rear-Admiral Cosmao.
When Lt-Governor Henry Hamilton retook control of Fort Sackville and confiscated local supplies of ammunition, Busseron, along with Colonel Legras, "buried the greater part of their powder and ball." George Rogers Clark and his American forces arrived on 23 February 1779, his black powder ruined while wading across the Wabash River. Clark wrote of Legras and Busseron, "We found ourselves well supplied by those gentlemen." Hamilton noted not only that Busseron supplied Clark with powder, but that he also offered the services of himself and 75 men of the Vincennes militia, which greatly discouraged the Canadians inside Fort Sackville.
Representing Seychelles at the men's light welterweight event in the 1996 Summer Olympics, Legras beat Columbian boxer Dairo Esalas by a score of 26–12 in the first round; he was defeated in round two by the Iranian pugilist Babak Moghimi, who made it as far as the semi-finals. Legras was more successful in the 1998 Commonwealth Games where he won a silver medal in the same event after losing in the final to Michael Strange from Canada. Previously, he represented Seychelles at the 1994 Commonwealth Games and 1990 Commonwealth Games.
She appeared on Broadway in 1959 in "La Plume de Ma Tante", and was, along with the rest of the entire cast (Pamela Austin, Roger Caccia, Yvonne Constant, Genevieve Coulombel, Robert Dhéry, Michael Kent, Jean Lefevre, Jacques Legras, Michael Modo, Pierre Olaf, Nicole Parent, Ross Parker, Henri Pennec) awarded a Special Tony Award 1959 for contribution to the theatre.
He appeared on Broadway in 1959 in "La Plume de Ma Tante", and was, along with the rest of the entire cast (Pamela Austin, Colette Brosset, Roger Caccia, Yvonne Constant, Genevieve Coulombel, Michael Kent, Jean Lefevre, Jacques Legras, Michael Modo, Pierre Olaf, Nicole Parent, Ross Parker, Henri Pennec) awarded a Special Tony Award 1959 for contribution to the theatre.
The group's "Founding Statement" was published originally in the journal "boundary 2", attacking "the limits of elite historiography in relation to the subaltern" (112). As Horacio Legras summarizes, the group "was largely preoccupied with the different forms in which elite practices disavowed the originality and independence of subaltern actions" (126).
Callanthias is a genus of splendid perches primarily found in subtropical parts of the Pacific Ocean, but "C. allporti" just barely penetrates the southeast Indian Ocean, "C. legras" is found in the southeast Atlantic, and "C. ruber" is found in the northeast Atlantic, including the Mediterranean. They are found over rocky reefs at depths of .
As there were too few women for a tournament designed for eight, three of the ladies received byes through to the semi finals. The tournament winner was Olesya Gladkova from Russia who defeated Veronique Legras of France by unanimous decision to claim the gold medal, in what was a repeat of the 2003 world championships final. Jenny Hardengz from Sweden and Annika Pitkänen from Finland won bronze.
There are at least eight published French translations of "Eugene Onegin". The most recent appeared in 2005: the translator, André Markovicz, respects Pushkin's original stanzas. Other translations include those of Paul Béesau (1868), Gaston Pérot (1902, in verse), Nata Minor (who received the Prix Nelly Sachs, given to the best translation into French of poetry), Roger Legras, Maurice Colin, Michel Bayat and Jean-Louis Backès (who does not preserve the stanzas).
March 5th, Captain Helm, Majors Bosseron and Legras, returned from their journey up the river with great success. They came up with the enemy in the night, discerning their fires at a distance; waited until all was quiet; surrounded and took the whole prisoners, without the firing of a gun. Those (British) gentlemen were off their guard, and so little apprehensive of an enemy in that part of the world that they could hardly persuade themselves that what they saw and heard was real. This was a valuable (prize) seven boats loaded with provisions and goods to a considerable amount.
The splendid perches are a small family, Callanthiidae (about 14 species), of marine fishes in the order Perciformes. The family is largely restricted to the Indian and Pacific Oceans; the only species found outside these regions are "Callanthias legras" of the southeast Atlantic, and "C. ruber" of the East Atlantic and Mediterranean. These brightly coloured fishes are found in relatively deep waters; some species of "Callanthias" are the only to occur at depths within reach in normal scuba diving. As suggested by the scientific name Callanthiidae, they show some resemblance to anthias (subfamily Anthiinae, family Serranidae).
In 1776 d'Angludet was acquired by Pierre Legas and d'Angludet had come to be considered a fourth growth (in the tiers below the first growths), but with Legras' death in 1791, the property was divided among four sons who did not pursue a continuity of standards, and d'Angludet was not mentioned in any of the early classifications of the 1820s, nor in "Cocks & Féret" of 1846. Omitted for classification in Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855, David Peppercorn describes the coverage in the 1874 "Féret" documents as "a melancholy state of affairs".
He was born Pierre Legras at Montreal in 1738, the son of a merchant there. He became a merchant at Saint-François-du-Lac. He inherited the seigneury of Pierreville from his father in 1768, added Pierreville to his name and soon afterwards settled at Boucherville. In 1779, he married Charlotte, daughter of seigneur René Boucher de La Bruère. Pierreville served in the militia, becoming lieutenant-colonel in 1802. He was a commissioner for a census held in 1784 and was named justice of the peace for Montreal district in 1799. Pierreville was elected to the 1st Parliament of Lower Canada for Kent County (later Chambly County) in 1792.
She confirmed her role as a singer of activist songs against Nazism, Francoism and the Vietnam War. Equally, she supported the workers' cause ("Le Chant des ouvriers"). In 1971, she recorded with Marcel Mouloudji and Armand Mestral "La Commune en chantant", a homage to 100 years of the Paris Commune. In 1975, she released "Chants d'exil et de lutte" based on the texts of Pablo Neruda. In 1988, she celebrated the bicentenary of the French Revolution with "Musique, citoyennes !". Allain Leprest wrote the words of her album "Al Dente" (1994). In 2004, she published her autobiography, "A piena voce", written with the collaboration of Marc Legras. In 2009, she celebrated 50 years as a singer. Véronique Sauger's book, "Portraits croisés, Francesca Solleville, Allain Leprest" (Ed. Les points sur les i) was published in December 2009.