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Examples of "marotte"
A marotte is a prop stick or sceptre with a carved head on it. Jesters usually used a marotte. The word is borrowed from the French, where it signifies either a fool's (literal) "bauble", or a fad/craze.
Breaking All the Rules is a 1985 comedy film directed by James Orr. It stars Carl Marotte and Thor Bishopric.
Marotte is a village in the Arcahaie commune in the Arcahaie Arrondissement, in the Ouest department of Haiti.
Marotte spent most of the next three seasons with the Black Hawks before being traded to the Los Angeles Kings in February 1970. While with the Kings in January 1971, Marotte broke rookie Darryl Sittler's wrist with a cross-check, giving him the most serious injury of his career. Marotte represented the Kings at the 1973 National Hockey League All-Star Game and scored a career-high 45 points that year. The next season, he was sent to the New York Rangers in the trade where the Kings acquired their future captain and coach, Mike Murphy. Marotte played in New York for three years. At the beginning of the 1976–77 season, Marotte was claimed on waivers by the St. Louis Blues, and spent time in the minor leagues for the only time in his career, playing for the Kansas City Blues in the Central Hockey League. The next season, Marotte jumped to the World Hockey Association to join the Cincinnati Stingers. He was traded mid-season to the Indianapolis Racers and finished his career there in 1978, retiring at the age of 33. Over his 13 seasons as a professional, Marotte appeared in 808 NHL games and 73 WHA games.
William Irvine would marry (before 1317) a granddaughter of the Bruce, Marotte Bernard the daughter of Robert Douglas, Earl of Buchan. Marotte died in 1335. They had at least one child William (Thomas) Irvine, 2nd Laird of Drum. Upon assuming the Earldom all Irvines changed their name to Alexander.
November 30, 1973 – traded defenseman Gilles Marotte to the New York Rangers for defenseman Sheldon Kannegiesser, forwards Mike Murphy, and Tom Williams, and center Gene Carr
Siméon Marotte de Muis ( Muisius) (1587–1644) was a French churchman and Hebraist, professor at the Collège du roi from 1614, and biblical commentator.
In Verdi's opera Rigoletto, the singer of the title-role—who is a jester—carries a marotte, which often has on it the faces of comedy and tragedy.
Maxime Marotte (born 5 December 1986 in Mulhouse) is a French mountain bike racer. He rode at the cross-country event at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
During her second term on city council, Marotte served as associate councillor responsible for sustainable development, the environment, and parks, and for Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013.
The marotte is a simplified rod puppet that is just a head and/or body on a stick. It was used by jesters in renaissance times. In a "marotte à main prenante", the puppeteer's other arm emerges from the body (which is just a cloth drape) to act as the puppet's arm. Some marottes have a small string running through the stick attached to a handle at the bottom. When the handle is squeezed, the mouth opens.
D'Ambreville was born in Lorient, France and raised in Nice. At the age of 15, he began working at the Marotte Salon, a chain of salons on the French Riviera. The owner, Andre Marotte, arranged for D'Ambreville to study at the L'Oreal Institute in Paris, focusing on hair colouring. While there, he learned the Balayage technique, a hair colouring method that produces natural-looking highlights. Afterward, he returned to Nice, where he worked for three years.
Gerald Tremblay's administration became engulfed in a serious corruption scandal in late 2012, and Tremblay resigned as mayor on November 5, 2012. Marotte resigned from Union Montreal shortly thereafter to sit as an independent. Claude Trudel also resigned as borough mayor of Verdun in December 2012, and Marotte was chosen by the other council members as his replacement. She served in this position for a year and did not seek re-election in the 2013 municipal election.
Jean Gilles Marotte (June 7, 1945 – July 26, 2005) was a Canadian defenceman in the National Hockey League with the Boston Bruins, Chicago Black Hawks, Los Angeles Kings, New York Rangers and St. Louis Blues.
In May 1967, Stanfield was traded, along with Phil Esposito and Ken Hodge, to the Boston Bruins, for defenceman Gilles Marotte, centre Pit Martin, and minor league goaltender Jack Norris.
Nepean ended its nearly 20-year playoff streak in 2016 when the Raiders failed to make the playoffs since 1994-95. Goaltender Francois Marotte broke a league record for the most minutes played (3220) in one season.
The Junior Men's Cross Country was won by future Olympic mountain bike champion and five-time elite world champion Nino Schurter, in front of Frenchmen Stéphane Tempier and Maxime Marotte.
Carl Marotte (born February 25, 1959) is a Canadian actor and a graduate of Dawson College's Professional Theatre Program. He received a Gemini Award nomination for his role in the television movie "Net Worth" as Marty Pavelich.
Los Angeles: "goaltenders" - Gary Edwards and Rogie Vachon; "skaters" - Ralph Backstrom, Doug Barrie, Serge Bernier, Bob Berry, Larry Brown, Mike Corrigan, Paul Curtis, Butch Goring, Jim Johnson, Real Lemieux, Bill Lesuk, Barry Long, Gilles Marotte, Doug Volmar and Juha Widing.
Ginette Marotte is politician in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She served on the Montreal city council from 2005 to 2013 and was mayor of the Verdun borough council from 2012 to 2013.