Synonyms for partout or Related words with partout

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Examples of "partout"
Noëlle Revaz, Escales & Isabelle Sbrissa, intimités, amuse-bouche et cycles littérature de partout
People who grew up watching the program as children are termed the "Passe-Partout generation". In 2005, "Les Francs-Tireurs" dedicated one of their episodes to Passe-Partout (with Marie Eykel present), while in 2006, "Ici Louis-José Houde", a show tracing a humouristic history of Québec television, aired an episode tracing the history of children's show in Québec, with much of the show dedicated to Passe-Partout, and Eykel, Pimparé and L'Heureux all present.
Jean-Marie (Jean) Dutertre (1768 in Lorient – 1811) was a French privateer. His ships included the "Modeste", the "Heureux", the "Passe-Partout" and the "Malartic".
On September 29, 2009, a CD album entitled "Génération Passe-Partout" was released with some of the songs recorded by current artists from Quebec.
Early 1942, he joined the French Resistance and began a lawsuit against the anti-Semitic journal "Je suis partout" but died soon after.
The term "almost everywhere" is abbreviated "a.e."; in older literature "p.p." is used, to stand for the equivalent French language phrase "presque partout".
The Jews (original title: Ils sont partout) is a 2016 French-language film directed by Yvan Attal. The film deals with antisemitism in France.
Throughout his long exile (1790–1812), he published a number of pamphlets ("Des monstres ravagent partout", "Point d'accommodement", etc.) against both the French Revolution and Napoleon.
Charles Lescat (February 19, 1887 — 1948) was an Argentine citizen, who studied in France and wrote in "Je suis partout", the ultra-Collaborationist review headed by Robert Brasillach.
The B-side of "Jours de fièvre" includes the track "Ma chambre", although the back sleeve of the 7" single indicates "Partout je te vois".
The de Marçay Passe-Partout (de Marçay Master-key) was a small, low-powered single seat sport and touring aircraft, built in France just after World War I.
"Le Sieur de Va-Partout" was the first French book in a new style, the literature of reporting, and therefore of a new type of author: the writer-reporter.
Bodo partook in the landmark exhibition Art Partout. His work has been displayed expansively in Europe. Bodo’s work can be seen at Tate Modern, the Guggenheim Bilbao, and in the Contemporary African Art Collection (CAAC) of Jean Pigozzi.
During early 1944, the collaborationist press, such as "Je suis partout", attacked Bousquet, accusing him of having served in the Vichy administration only to favour the Resistance. His cabinet director, , was reported to have also helped some Resistance networks.
Jeff Gordon, Secret Agent (French:Des frissons partout, Italian:Jeff Gordon, il diabolico detective) is a 1963 French-Italian comedy spy film directed by Raoul André and starring Eddie Constantine, Perrette Pradier and Daniel Emilfork.
Daye was a correspondent of "Je suis partout", the ultra-collaborationist French language review headed by Robert Brasillach. He was sentenced to death as a collaborator on 18 December 1946, by the Brussels War Council.
In the 1930s, "Gringoire" was widely appreciated—to the same extent as "Candide", "L'Action française" and "Je suis partout"—in right-wing and extreme-right Romanian circles. It sold excellently in Bucharest.
Petuh was named after partout card (Year pass) on the ferries on the Flensburg Fjord. It was known by the "petuhtants", mostly older women who met on the excursion boats and in the cafes along the fjord.
During World War II, Tzara took refuge from the German occupation forces, moving to the southern areas, controlled by the Vichy regime. On one occasion, the antisemitic and collaborationist publication "Je Suis Partout" made his whereabouts known to the Gestapo.
Passe-partout (or "passepartout") is the French term for a mat, a paper or, more usually, cardboard sheet with a cutout, which is placed under the glass in a picture frame. A picture (a photo or print, drawing, etc.) is placed beneath it, with the cutout framing it. The passe-partout serves two purposes: first, to prevent the image from touching the glass, and second, to frame the image and enhance its visual appeal. The cutout in the passe-partout is usually beveled to avoid casting shadows on the picture. The word may also be used for the tape used to stick the back of the picture to its frame. The term "mount" is used in British English.