Synonyms for orbigny or Related words with orbigny

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Examples of "orbigny"
Orbigny-au-Mont is a commune in the Haute-Marne department in north-eastern France.
Orbigny-au-Val is a commune in the Haute-Marne department in north-eastern France.
Orbigny is a commune in the Indre-et-Loire department in central France.
The Orbigny-Bernon Museum (French: "Musée d'Orbigny-Bernon") is a history museum in the French city of La Rochelle.
"Biomphalaria tenagophila" was originally discovered and described under the name "Planorbis tenagophilus" by the French naturalist Alcide d'Orbigny in 1835. Orbigny (1835) referred its distribution to Corrientes Province, Argentina and to Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia (referred as "Santa-Cruz et Chiquitos"). But Orbigny himself later limited its distribution to Ensenada, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina in 1837.
During his travels, Chassiron built a large collection of Japanese and Chinese artifacts which are displayed today at the Orbigny-Bernon Museum in La Rochelle.
The Moulin d'Olivet is an 18th century watermill located at the lowest point (150 m) of the village Orbigny in the French department of Indre-et-Loire, in the region Centre.
The Turonian (French: "Turonien") was defined by the French paleontologist Alcide d'Orbigny (1802–1857) in 1842. Orbigny named it after the French city of Tours in the region of Touraine (department Indre-et-Loire), which is the original type locality.
From the age of 50, he devoted his time to entomology, researching beetles, in particular scarab beetles. His best known written work was "Synopsis des Onthophagides d'Afrique" (1913), published in the "Annales de la Société Entomologique de France". Orbigny was a member of the "Société entomologique de France".
As classical zheng harpist, she has performed worldwide. Her concert venues include Carnegie Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, World Music Hall of Wesleyan University, Maison des cultures du monde, Zuiderpershuis Wereldculturen centrum, Rasa Wereldculturencentrum, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, Musée Cernuschi, and the Orbigny-Bernon Museum.