Synonyms for mazoyer or Related words with mazoyer

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Examples of "mazoyer"
The organizers of the Paris meeting were Bernard Mazoyer, Rüdiger Seitz and Per Roland.
Mésarchitecture, is a Paris and Lisbon-based architecture firm founded by French architects Didier Faustino and Pascal Mazoyer in 2002.
Jacques Mazoyer (born 12 May 1910, date of death unknown) was a French sports shooter. He competed at the 1936, 1948, 1952 and 1956 Summer Olympics.
The Briare aqueduct was built over the Loire in Briare between 1890 and 1896 by the engineer Abel Mazoyer to make a connection with the Canal latéral à la Loire (built in the years 1820 and 1830).
The novel received the Prix Interallié. It was adapted into a 1983 television series with the same title, directed by Robert Mazoyer, which ran in five episodes, starring Jacques Weber.
With the adoption of the Freycinet gauge in 1879, and the upgrading of the canal system, the frequent delays of several days to cross the Loire at Briare became intolerable and a 662m steel aqueduct was built across the Loire to connect to the Canal de Briare by Abel Mazoyer. This is part of the Canal Latéral à la Loire, not the Canal de Briare.
Represented in the famous "Monasticon gallicanum", it seems clear that the abbey (despite a tradition based on the Acts of Saint Savinian and a forged charter of Clovis I, dated 508) was founded in about 630 by Columba, an Irish monk. The dedication was to Saints Peter and Paul. (According to Dom Mazoyer there was before then at Ferrières a chapel dedicated to the Blessed Virgin under the title Notre-Dame de Bethleem de Ferrières).
Jean Feldmann was born on 25 June 1905 in Paris. He initially studied pharmacy, gaining his first degree in 1929, before turning his attentions to marine algae. In 1933, he took up a position as an assistant at the University of Algiers, where he also completed his doctorate in 1937, married his assistant, Geneviève Mazoyer, in 1938, and rose to professor in 1948. The couple moved to Paris when Jean took up a position at the institution that became the Université Pierre et Marie Curie, where they remained until his retirement in 1976. He died suddenly on 18 September 1978.
Apio verde is 2013 Chilean thriller film written and directed by Francesc Morales, starring Catherine Mazoyer, Cristian Gajardo, Catalina Aguayo, Sonia Mena, Teresita Reyes, Alejandro Trejo, Gregory Cohen, Jenny Cavallo, Carolina Paulsen, among others. The film focuses on how a normal woman is turned into a psychotic as she's told the child she's expecting has anencephaly, a disease that won't allow him to live once he's born. As she lives in Chile, one of the few countries where therapeutic abortion is illegal in any situation, she must wait until the natural birth. The film was released in Chile in July 2013.
The Briare aqueduct near Châtillon-sur-Loire was, for a long time, the longest steel canal aqueduct in the world. The aqueduct is 662 metres long and lost its title of longest aqueduct to the Magdeburg Water Bridge which crosses the Elbe and is 918 metres long. The aqueduct was designed by the engineers Léonce-Abel Mazoyer and Charles Sigault. The masonry abutments and piers were completed between 1890 and 1896 by Gustave Eiffel and the steel channel was completed by Daydé & Pillé of Creil. The aqueduct was inaugurated on 16 September 1896 with the crossing of the boat "Aristide", belonging to Ernest Guingamp. It allowed the development of transport to the Freycinet gauge between the Loire and Seine, and is a registered historic monument in France.