Synonyms for peux or Related words with peux

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Examples of "peux"
1964 Les Surfs as "A Présent Tu Peux t'en Aller'" also recorded
Peux-et-Couffouleux is a commune in the Aveyron department in southern France.
"Tu peux tout emporter" is a cover version of "Amore per te" by the Italian singer Mango.
This song has been covered in French by Pierre Lalonde in 1963, "Je ne peux pas t'oublier".
3. Only in "je/tu peux" (I/you can), "je/tu veux" (I/you want), and "je/tu vaux" (I am/you are 'worth').
In 2003, she played a minor role in the film "Ripoux 3", with Philippe Noiret. In 2007, she was proposed by director Alexandre Arcady to portray Nicole in his film "Tu peux garder un secret ?", starring Pierre Arditi.
French, like some other Romance languages, does not have a grammatically distinct class of modal auxiliary verbs; instead, it expresses modality using conjugated verbs followed by infinitives: for example, "pouvoir" "to be able" ("Je peux aller", "I can go"), "devoir" "to have an obligation" ("Je dois aller", "I must go"), and "vouloir" "to want" ("Je veux aller" "I want to go").
She created roles in MacMillan's "The Judas Tree" and "Winter Dreams" (based on Anton Chekhov’s "Three Sisters"), in Wayne McGregor's "Fleur de Peux", in Ashley Page's "Pursuit", "Piano", "Bloodlines", "...now languorous, now wild..." and "Cheating, Lying, Stealing", in Will Tuckett's "Present Histories", in David Bintley's "Tombeaux" and in Amedeo Amodio's "Cabiria".
Springfield was popular in Europe and performed at the Sanremo Music Festival. Recordings were released in French, German, and Italian: her French works include a 1964 four-track extended play with "Demain tu peux changer" (aka "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow"), "Je ne peux pas t'en vouloir" ("Losing You"), "L'été est fini" ("The Summer Is Over") and "Reste encore un instant" ("Stay Awhile"); German recordings include the July 1964 single, "Warten und hoffen" ("Wishin' and Hopin' ") backed with "Auf dich nur wart' ich immerzu" ("I Only Want to Be with You"); Italian recordings include "Tanto so che poi mi passa" ("Every Day I Have to Cry") issued as a single. Her entries at the Sanremo festival were "Tu che ne sai" and "Di fronte all'amore" ("I Will Always Want You").
The Latin word wikt:scilicet, a frequent term in the writings of Lucretius, literally means "thou mayst know" or "it is permitted thee to know", and the cover of the journal bore the inscription: "Tu peux savoir ce qu’en pense l’École freudienne de Paris" (thou mayst know what the École freudienne de Paris thinks about it). Lacan defined this "thou" as "the bachelor, in the English sense", as "one who is not married… and, above all, not wed to a psychoanalytic society".
At age of three, Franco's family left Italy and resided in Seraing, province of Liège, Belgium. At age 16, he started working television electronics technician. His singing career was launched with the 1974 single "Je ne peux vivre sans toi" released on RCA. He was popular in live concerts and released a big number of albums that charted in France and Belgium. His best songs came from collaboration with Michel Mallory, although he worked with many other songwriters as well.
Born in France of Moroccan descent, he was raised in the Belleville area of the capital. He lived in the south of France trying to make a career in music. His first official album was in December 2009 entitled "Présumé coupable" (meaning Presumed guilty). When in 2009, the French police issued a warrant for assistance in his arrest, he gave an interview in October 2009 daring them to stop him. He accompanied that with a defiant underground indie album entitled "Arrête You si tu peux" (meaning Catch You if you can in French).
Pendant vingt-quatre ans il fut le conseiller puis le chef de cabinet du prince Albert. Il a aussi très bien connu le roi Baudouin : "En 1976, le Roi m'a demandé : "Pourriez-vous cumuler le travail que vous faites auprès de mon frère avec la gestion d'une fondation que l'on va créer pour moi?" Michel Didisheim est devenu secrétaire général de la Fondation Roi Baudouin, avant d'en être l'administrateur-délégué puis, jusqu'en 2001, le président. "Je voyais régulièrement le roi Baudouin. Nous avons beaucoup marché ensemble dans le parc de Laeken. Mais je ne peux pas prétendre, pour autant, que nous étions intimes. Très peu de gens étaient des intimes du Roi.
Born on November 20, 1929 in Calais, France, Raymond Lefèvre is best known for his 1968 theme "Soul Coaxing (Ame Caline)", which became an international hit. He also wrote soundtracks for movies with Louis de Funès such as "La Soupe Aux Choux" (1981) or the legendary series "Le Gendarme de Saint Tropez". During the late 1950s and early 1960s he accompanied Dalida on most of her recordings ("Bambino", "Por Favor", "Tu peux tout faire de moi", "Quand on n'a que l'amour"), amongst many others. He started his musical career in 1956 on the Barclay Records label.
Grain de Sel Togo, Inc. is a Georgian 501(c)(3) organization initiated by a group of Togolese Fulbright Scholars while in US universities. This nonprofit has been founded and incorporated by Brad K. Hounkpati, 2011-2013 Fulbright Scholar from Togo with the assistance of four other Fulbright Scholars from Togo. The Leader is currently working on his doctorate Degree at the University of Georgia, Department of Entomology. He used to say "Do not minimize the least that you can give, that could give hope to others, change lives", translated from his quote in French ""Ne minimise pas le peu que tu peux apporter, cela pourra donner espoir à autrui, changer des vies…"".
She also recorded several duets or collaborated with other recording artists. She recorded the song "Closer Together" with Canadian new wave group The Box in 1986. In 1987, she recorded "Je l'aime" with Nicole Martin and "Tu peux pas" with Claude Dubois. In 1993, she recorded two cover versions of Canadian singer Gino Vannelli's 1979 song "Wheels of Life": one in French as "L'amour Est Loi"; the second in English as a duet with Vannelli himself. Her musicians include guitarist Alexis Charrier, pianist Sonny Lamson.
Two months have passed. Carmen and her friends Frasquita and Mercédès are entertaining Zuniga and other officers ("Les tringles des sistres tintaient") in Pastia's inn. Carmen is delighted to learn of José's release from two month's detention. Outside, a chorus and procession announces the arrival of the toreador Escamillo ("Vivat, vivat le Toréro"). Invited inside, he introduces himself with the "Toreador Song" ("Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre") and sets his sights on Carmen, who brushes him aside. Lillas Pastia hustles the crowds and the soldiers away.
Prior to his appointment as Resident Choreographer of the Royal Ballet, Wayne McGregor has already established himself as an award-winning dancer, choreographer and director. His first choreography for the Royal Ballet, was "Fleur de Peux", a solo work created in 2000 on Viviana Durante. This led to further commissions by the Royal Ballet, including "Symbiont(s)" in 2001, "Qualia" in 2003 and "Engram" in 2005. He also created the ballet "brainstate" in 2001, as a collaboration between the Royal Ballet and his own company, Random Dance. McGregor was appointed Resident Choreographer of the Royal Ballet in 2006, the first person to hold the post in sixteen years, and the first to be selected from the world of contemporary dance.
The song has been covered by many other artists, including Andy Williams, Johnny Mathis, Petula Clark, Jack Jones, Ultra Nate, Don Williams, Johnny Cash, Duane Steele, Don McLean, Kalan Porter, Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass, Olivia Newton-John, Liza Minnelli, Diana Krall and Sarah Maclachlan, Glen Campbell, Gene Clark, Aurora featuring Marcella Detroit, Amber, Gordon Haskell, Vikki Carr, Daliah Lavi, the Mexican Actress/model/singer Isabel Madow (in Spanish, as "Sí Pudieras Leer Mi Mente"), Beckie Menzie and Joe Dassin (with French lyrics as "Si tu peux lire en moi"), Hector (in Finnish, as "Jos Lukisit Kuin Kirjaa"), etc. The covered version by The Spotnicks was adopted as an unofficial theme for the 1972 Summer Olympics.
It was founded in 1995 with an initiative by Douma le Parrain. The name Mafia K'1 Fry comes from a rap verse during a freestyle improvised in à Orly at the "Demi-Lune": "Tu peux pas test avec la Mafia K'1 Fry," with "K'1 Fry" being a verlan term for "africain", hence, translated into English, African Mafia. It was also known as "L'Union" and later "113 Clan". Las Montana was also a leader in the group that suffered from many legal problems as many of its members went to prison on certain charges. The members of Intouchable were hit by even bigger problems with a series of deaths of its members like Mamad, Las Montana and M.S.