Synonyms for que_jamais or Related words with que_jamais
Examples of "que_jamais"
10 years after their last album together, the group made a comeback in 2015 with 2 new single : "Plus
" (January 2015) and "A l'ancienne" (April 2015).
Coasting, subtitled Notes for a Memoir that I will never write, (Portuguese: Navegação de cabotagem: Apontamentos para um livro de memórias
escreverei) is a memoir by the Brazilian writer Jorge Amado.
La cour de Hué est, on le sait, plus
hostile à notre établissement au Tonkin, elle encourage secrètement tout ce qui peut l'entraver et nous déconsidérer aux yeux des populations. Ajoutons que souvent les fonctionnaires annamites sont matériellement intéressés à ce que la piraterie s'effleurisse librement. Les pirates en usent avec les mandarins comme les pirates financiers européens avec certains journalistes et politiciens, et cela leur réussit admirablement. La discrétion des notables annamites est telle, que les pirates, leurs méfaits accomplis, n'ont pas même à s'éloigner du village où ils ont fixé leur résidence. Ils dissimulent simplement leurs armes et, tels des travailleurs rangés, prêts à fournir des renseignements aux Commissions d'enquête, ils assistant tranquillement aux recherches.
In 1954 he made his first visit to the Internationale Ferienkurse für neue Musik at Darmstadt, where he met Karlheinz Stockhausen and Bruno Maderna . In 1956 he exhibited paintings at the World Congress of Free Artists in Alba. He is, for all the manifestations of avant-garde, not so very much a nonconformist. In 1957, he co-signed the "Manifesto against Style" with, amongst others, Serge Vandercam, Pierre Restany, Yves Klein, Roel d’Haese, and Pierre Alechinsky . In 1964, he began publishing his writings (e.g., the novel "Belle
", published in "Strates", one of Dotremont’s journals) while continuing his musical activities . His 1959 composition "Quadrangles" was performed on 24 January 1965 at the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne, in the concert series of the second Cologne Courses for New Music .
John Russell's Garter stall plate survives affixed to the back of his stall in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. The shield shows quarterly of four: 1st grand quarter: quarterly 1st & 4th: "Argent, a lion rampant gules on a chief sable three escallops of the first" (Russell); 2nd & 3rd: "Azure, a tower argent" (de la Tour); 2nd "Gules, three herrings hauriant argent" (Herringham); 3rd "Sable, a griffin segreant between three crosses crosslet fitchy argent" (Froxmere); 4th: "Sable, three chevronnels ermine in dexter chief a crescent or for difference" (Wyse). Crest: "A goat passant argent"; Supporters: Dexter: "A goat argent", Sinister: "A lion rampant gules" Motto: "Plus
" ("More than Never"). Inscription in French: "Du tres noble et puisant Seigneur Johan Conte de Bedford Baron Russell Chevalier du tres noble Ordre de la Jarretiere et Garduen du Prive Seau, fust enstalle a Wyndsor le XVIII jure de Maye l'an du Roy Henry VIII de son reigne XXXI l'an 1539" ("Of the very noble and powerful Lord John, Earl of Bedford, Baron Russell, Knight of the Very Noble Order of the Garter and Keeper of the Privy Seal was installed at Windsor the 18th day of May the year of King Henry VIII of his reign the 31st, the year 1539").
In the mid-19th century, a new style of novel became popular in France. The serial format known as the "roman-feuilleton" presented stories in short regular installments, often accompanied by melodramatic plots and stock characters. Although Balzac's "La Vieille Fille" ("The Old Maid"), 1836, was the first such work published in France, the "roman-feuilleton" gained prominence thanks mostly to his friends Eugène Sue and Alexandre Dumas, père. Balzac disliked their serial writing, however, especially Sue's socialist depiction of lower-class suffering. Balzac wanted to dethrone what he called "les faux dieux de cette littérature bâtarde" ("the false gods of this bastard literature"). He also wanted to show the world that, despite his poor health and tumultuous career, he was "plus jeune, plus frais, et plus grand
" ("younger, fresher, and greater than ever"). His first efforts to render a quality "feuilleton" were unsuccessful. Even though "Splendeurs et misères des courtisanes" ("A Harlot High and Low"), published in segments from 1838 to 1847, was celebrated by critics, Balzac complained to Mme. Hanska that he was "doing pure Sue". He tried again in 1844 with "Modeste Mignon", but public reactions were mixed. Two years later Balzac began a new project, determined to create something from his "own old pen again".
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