Synonyms for peteghem or Related words with peteghem

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Examples of "peteghem"
Conon's brother John de Nesle married Elizabeth van Peteghem, daughter of Jan I van Peteghem. John and Elizabeth had five children:
Marc Van Peteghem is a French naval architect, co-founder of VPLP (Van Peteghem Lauriot-Prévost) a French based naval architectural firm, since 1983.
In 1983, Vincent Lauriot-Prévost and Marc Van Peteghem became associates and founded the naval architecture agency VPLP (the acronym of the initials of their names: Van Peteghem and Lauriot Prévost).
VPLP design (Van Peteghem Lauriot-Prévost) is a French-based naval architectural firm founded by Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot-Prévost, responsible for designing some of the world's most innovative racing boats. Their designs presently hold many of the World Speed Sailing records.
In 2014, Marc Van Peteghem took part in TEDx Cannes with the talk "Let's reduce our fuel consumption at sea!"
The DEYNZE post-office opened in 1836. It used a postal code 31 (before 1864), and 94 with points before 1874. The only other office opened before 1910 is PETEGHEM (not to be confused with PETEGHEM-LEZ-AUDENAERDE) on 1 June 1874.
In 2004 Marre also met Marc Van Peteghem, co-director of the naval architecture agency VPLP. This gave rise to numerous collaborations, including the NGO Watever. Van Peteghem designed a floating ambulance for TaraTari, which was produced in two units to support the "Lifebuoy Friendship Hospital" and the "Emirates Friendship Hospital". Van Peteghem also helped Marre design the first fiberglass prototype of a "Masdoris", a traditionally-shaped fishing boat from Kuakata, Bangladesh. These new boats were safer and more sustainable than wooden ones, with a lifetime of more than 20 years.
In a first proposal of march, 1853, Aristide Cavaillé-Coll suggested a two-manual instrument, partially reusing material of the Van Peteghem organ.
2010: Co-founder of French NGO Watever, with Marc Van Peteghem, creator of the naval architecture agency VPLP, Alain Connan and Gérald Similowski.
The NGO arises from the encounter of its two founding members in 2004: Marc Van Peteghem (President) and Yves Marre (Vice-President).
On 13 July 1990 (a Friday) Pope John Paul II appointed Luysterman coadjutor bishop of Ghent. He was consecrated a bishop by Léonce-Albert Van Peteghem, the Bishop of Ghent, on 21 October of the same year. Just over a year later, when Van Peteghem retired on 27 December 1991, Luysterman succeeded him. He took as his episcopal motto "Et in terra pax" (""and Peace on Earth"").
7 October 1991 was his seventy-fifth birthday. Léonce-Albert Van Peteghem was the first Bishop of Ghent to be affected by the requirements of "", the General Letter (""Motu proprio"") of 1966 in which Pope Paul VI had mandated 75 as a retirement age for bishops (and others). Van Peteghem therefore submitted his resination on his birthday, and after slightly more than two months, Pope John Paul II accepted it on 27 December 1991.
Their multihulls became famous and won many victories in races, including the America’s Cup in 2010 and records around the world. Later, this success would Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot-Prévost international references in the field of naval architecture.
VPLP design is a French-based naval architecture firm founded by Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot-Prévost. These two French nationals first met at Southampton College of Higher Education both having enrolled to study Yacht and Powercraft Design.
The architectural project for "Banque Populaire V" started in 2006. The architects VPLP (Van Peteghem / Lauriot-Prévost) designed this G-Class maxi multihull. The trimaran was built by the shipyard CDK Technologies in Lorient.
Léonce-Albert Van Peteghem (7 October 1916 – 7 January 2004) was a Belgian Roman Catholic Bishop. He served as the twenty-eighth Bishop of Gent between 1964 and 1991: it was an unusually long incumbency.
Watever is a French NGO composed of professionals from the maritime industry, transport and development which was created in 2010 by Marc Van Peteghem, Yves Marre, Alain Connan and Gérald Similowski, convinced that boats can be a gateway to development.
Born in January 9, 1957 in Paris, Marc Van Peteghem studied at Southampton Solent University from 1977 to 1979 where he became a naval architect. There he met Vincent Lauriot-Prévost with whom he became friend.
Lafleur, whose fortune stemmed partly from mining interests, reportedly slandered and intimidated Goldman Environmental Prize winner Bruno Van Peteghem over Van Peteghem's efforts to protect the ecology of New Caledonia.
Grass-roots conservation efforts have been tentative at best, and invariably failed when in direct conflict with mining and other development projects. Recent efforts to increase habitat protection met with strong official opposition, and violence against the proponents. Notably, Bruno Van Peteghem, recipient of the 2001 Goldman Environmental Prize, used the local court system to force government leaders to obey laws protecting the country's coral reefs. After winning in court, his home was firebombed, and his family was repeatedly threatened. Ultimately, the head of government, Jacques Lafleur, succeeded in silencing Van Peteghem, forcing him into de facto exile by arranging the termination of his employment with the national airline.