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Examples of "philippon"
Armand Philippon (27 August 1761 – 4 May 1836), sometimes called Philippon, was a French soldier during the French Revolution and the subsequent First French Empire.
Lecoq, Philippon, Motte, and Guariche all worked for Gascoin's studio.
Philippon was president of the latter in 1970–72.
Les Bêtises is a 2015 French comedy film written and directed by Rose and Alice Philippon.
Lecoq and Philippon were among the masters of the "Union des artistes modernes" (UAM).
Philippon is a French surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Lecoq and Philippon became renowned for stylistic purity and respect for material.
Lecoq and Philippon formed a partnership in 1956 that would last until Philippon's death in 1995.
Jacqueline Lecoq (born 1932) joined Gascoin's company, where in 1954 she met her future partner Antoine Philippon (1930–95).
Thomas Philippon (born May 1974) is a French economist. Philippon is professor of finance at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University. In addition to his professorship at NYU, Philippon has held visiting positions at Columbia University, Chicago University, Yale University, and Princeton University. He joined the Monetary Policy Advisory Panel at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 2015. He also serves as the Scientific Committee Director at the French Prudential Supervisory Authority, as an associate editor of the American Economic Journal, and as a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
In 1954 Lecoq met Antoine Philippon (1930–95), who had trained at the École Boulle, and was also working for Gascoin.
Antoine Philippon (born 10 October 1989) is a French footballer who currently plays as a goalkeeper for Ligue 2 side CA Bastia.
Having returned to the Grande Armée in August 1812, Philippon was given command of the 1st Division, 1 Corps on 23 March 1813. In April of that year, he transferred to 11 Corps, and campaigned with Vandamme in Bohemia. It was Philippon's skilled manoeuvring following the Battle of Kulm that allowed the remnants of the Vandamme's army to retreat to Dresden, where Philippon was made prisoner along with Laurent Gouvion Saint-Cyr's Corps.
In March 2015, Alain Philippon, a man from Ste-Anne-des-Plaines, Quebec, was referred to secondary inspection after returning from a trip to the Dominican Republic. During the inspection, CBSA officers asked Philippon to disclose the password to his Blackberry phone. He refused and was charged with hindering an officer’s job under section 153.1 (b) of the Customs Act, which carries a maximum sentence of twelve months’ imprisonment and a $25,000 fine.
Despite enlisting in the army as a private soldier, Philippon rose to the rank of "Général de Division" during the Peninsular War, and was created Baron in 1809. He was Governor of Badajoz between 1811 and 1812, when he was captured by the British following the Battle of Badajoz. After his capture, Philippon was taken to the UK, but he broke his parole and returned to France and the Grande Armée before retiring from military service on 15 January 1814.
He was part of a duo with François Pierron, and then a quartet by including Eric Philippon and Joseph Doherty, and finally a quintet with the addition of Thomas Fiancette all under the name Les Loïc Lantoine.
Philippon took part in Marshal Soult's expedition into Extremadura in 1811, and distinguished himself again at the Battle of the Gebora. Following the capture by the French of the important fortress town of Badajoz after the first siege of Badajoz, Philippon was named Governor of the town on 11 March 1811, and he made his name defending the fortress through the second siege. While Sir William Beresford, the commander of the Allied Anglo–Spanish–Portuguese corps besieging Badajoz, was defending against Soult's attempt to relieve the siege at the Battle of Albuera, Philippon led a sally from Badajoz and destroyed much of the abandoned siege-works, and continued to offer resistance to Allies until the siege was lifted on 20 June.
Returning to France at the time of the First Restoration, Philippon was created a Knight of Saint Louis, retired from military service on 15 January 1814, and died on 4 May 1836.
Jacqueline Lecoq (born 1932) is a French designer who collaborated for many years with Antoine Philippon. They produced furniture designs that were modern, simple and minimalist, often using large glass plates as both surfaces and supports.
Mune: Guardian of the Moon (French: Mune, le gardien de la lune) is a 2014 French 3D children's computer-animated adventure fantasy film directed by Benoît Philippon and Alexandre Heboyan and written by Jérôme Fansten and Benoît Philippon. Set it an imaginary world, this poetic tale tells the adventure of a small creature who must recover the Sun that was stolen by his fault. The film was made in computer graphics and 3D stereoscopy, and features the voices of Michael Gregorio, Omar Sy and Izïa Higelin. The film premiered at Forum des images on 6 December 2014 and was theatrically released in France on 14 October 2015.