Synonyms for letendre or Related words with letendre

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Examples of "letendre"
Letendre is most notable for playing third for the Jenn Hanna rink that lost in the final of the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts. Letendre was a replacement player for the rink that season, filling in for Joelle Sabourin who played as the team's alternate due to work commitments. After the season, Letendre left the team and was replaced by Sabourin.
After leaving the Hanna rink, Letendre would form her own team. The following season she joined up with Janet McGhee for whom she played one season Letendre eventually joined back with Hanna for the 2011-12 curling season. Both Jenn and Stephanie Hanna announced they will not compete competitively in the 2012-13 season, or in the near or immediate future. However, the Hanna sisters and Letendre teamed up with Lisa Paddle to curl in the 2013–14 curling season.
2012: Professor Scott Letendre, University of California, San Diego, USA – "Neurocognitive complications of HIV"
2010 - Creation of prix hommage Rita-Letendre de la ville de Drummondville
Pascale Letendre (born c. 1980 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian curler from Orleans, Ontario.
In March 2005, Hanna announced that her team's spare player, Joëlle Sabourin, would replace Letendre as the team's third, producing the same lineup they had in 2003-2004. Letendre was supposed to be the new spare, but had decided to form her own team.
Letendre is employed as a labour and delivery nurse at the Ottawa Hospital, General Campus. She has two children.
Eugène Letendre (10 August 1931 – 24 April 2014) was a French professional racing cyclist. He rode two editions of the Tour de France.
After David stepped down, Paul Gouin was appointed president of the MF in 1952. He in turn was succeeded by Robert Letendre in 1956 who remained the MF's president until it disbanded in 1965. Under Gouin's tenure, the MF expanded into offering performances of theatrical productions like plays, musicals, operettas, ballets, and modern dance productions. Concerts of jazz music and folk music were also added. Letendre continued to expand the festival further, adding concerts of popular music, arts and crafts exhibitions, and a film festival. Both Gouin and Letendre were interested in expanding the festival's presentation of works created by Canadians. In 1963 the festival's new home, the Place des Arts performing arts centre, was opened. The concert venue was built by the Government of Montreal in large part due to the advocacy of both Gouin and Letendre, who convinced Mayor Jean Drapeau of Montreal's need for a better performance venue.
Circle X formed in Louisville, Kentucky in 1978 when art students Bruce Witsiepe and Tony Pinotti abandoned the punk band No Fun to join brothers Rik Letendre and Dave Letendre, who played in the I-Holes – both bands of which were considered the first punk bands in Louisville. By the end of 1978, the four had relocated to New York City, joining in on the No Wave scene and building a reputation for themselves.
Brian LeTendre of Comic Book Resources described it as, "a great end to a great run," and a review by OAFE called it a "good globetrotting adventure" with "unbelievable" scope, that "absolutely lives up to its name and premise."
The Hanna rink returned for the 2011-12 season with Pascale Letendre returning as third. The team began the season with success, winning the 2011 Challenge Casino Lac Leamy. They also qualified for the 2012 Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Glencairn formerly featured a multi colour stained glass skylight entitled "Joy" designed by Rita Letendre, which was removed at the artist's request after it became faded, and replaced with clear glass.
The original plans were conceived by the architects Major and Gagnon, then completed by consulting engineers Lalonde, Girouard & Letendre, and was built by the firm Désourdy (now named Construction DJL inc.). It was built at a cost of $924,000.
Rita Letendre, (born November 1, 1928 in Drummondville, Quebec) is a Canadian painter, muralist and printmaker closely associated with the Automatistes. She is an officer of the Order of Canada and a recipient of the Governor General’s Award.
In 2005, Pascale Letendre replaced Sabourin at the third position. The new team won the provincial title, and went on to lose the final of the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts.
Batoche, where the Métis Provisional Government had been formed, has been declared a national historic site. Batoche marks the site of Gabriel Dumont's grave site, Albert Caron's House, Batoche school, Batoche cemetery, Letendre store, Gabriel's river crossing, Gardepy's crossing, Batoche crossing, St. Antoine de Padoue Church, Métis rifle pits, and Canadian militia's battle camp.
At the end of the 2011-12 season, both Stephanie and her sister Jenn announced they would not curl competitively in the 2012-13 season, and had no intention of curling competitively in the near or immediate future. However, the Hanna sisters and Letendre teamed up with Lisa Paddle to curl in the 2013–14 curling season.
Hanna's win would be her only provincial championship in her career. It would also be the lone provincial championship for her team mates, third Pascale Letendre and her sister, lead Stephanie Hanna. Her second Dawn Askin would later move to Manitoba to play lead for Jennifer Jones and win several provincial, national and one world championships there.
Batoche, where a Métis Provisional Government had been formed, has been declared a National Historic Site. Batoche marks the site of Gabriel Dumont's grave marker, Albert Caron’s House, Batoche school, Batoche cemetery, Letendre store, Gabriels river crossing, Gardepy's crossing, Batoche crossing, St. Antoine de Padoue Church, Métis rifle pits, and NWMP battle camp.