Synonyms for quelque_chose or Related words with quelque_chose

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Examples of "quelque_chose"
His book, "Quelque chose comme un grand peuple", was a best-seller in Quebec in 2010.
In 2001, he was the co-screenwriter and the songwriter of the short movies "Soyons sport" and "Un soupçon fondé sur quelque chose de gras".
In 2007 the group released a disc titled "S'il en reste quelque chose" which included the most popular songs from the two brothers, such as "L'enfer remonte à la surface", "Rime & chatiments" and "Sexe, pouvoir & biftons".
J'ai quelque chose à vous dire () is a French film from 1931. It was film director Marc Allégret's second film short, the first being La Meilleure bobone, released a year earlier.
Several lines in "Les Liaisons dangereuses" refer or allude to "Le Méchant": Madame de Merteuil quotes Cléon's "Les sots sont ici-bas pour nos menus plaisirs" (II.I) in letter 63, citing the play, and Valmont alludes to the same character's "Ma foi, quand je parcours tout ce qui le compose [le monde]/Je ne trouve que nous qui valions quelque chose" (II.III) in letter 100, when he says "En vérité, plus je vais, et plus je suis tenté de croire qu'il n'y a que vous et moi dans le monde, qui valions quelque chose." In 1792, Elizabeth Inchbald adapted the play into the farce "Young Men and Old Women".
After releasing his first street-tape "Planète Trappes" that made him earn an early legitimacy in rap, he released his first album in 2005 called "Bourré au Son" strongly marked by the California style. The singles "L'unité" and "Quelque chose de spécial" meet critical acclaim and broadcast on many French radio stations.
In 2007 he appeared in a RTBF documentary, "Quelque chose en nous... de Tintin", marking Hergé's centenary. His autobiography, "J'étais Tintin au cinéma" (Editions Jourdan, 2007, ISBN 978-2-9600741-0-9) has received the Press Prize at the Prix Saint-Michel 2008 in Brussels.
She returned in 2009 with three dramatic comedies about family ("Quelque chose à te dire", "Trésor" and "Une semaine sur deux (et la moitié des vacances scolaires)"). After "Fini les vacances" (2010), she appeared in "Camping 2" and the remake of "La guerre des boutons" (2011).
She completed her contract with Musicor and, in March 2009, released her second album, entitled "Donne-moi quelque chose qui ne finit pas" (Give me something that doesn't end). Pierre Lapointe (not related) wrote two songs for it, "Une fleur" (A flower) and the duet "À quoi" (What are you thinking). She also recorded a French version of Cher's "Bang Bang" song.
"Quelque chose dans mon cœur" (English: "Something in My Heart") is a 1987 song recorded by the French artist Elsa Lunghini. Released on December 1987, this song was the first single from her debut album "Elsa". It achieved a great success in France, reaching number two.
The song appears in Charvet's third and last album "Se laisser quelque chose" with Universal Music and his second single from the album, after the initial track "Je te dédie". The song released by Mercury Records and distributed by Universal Music charted in SNEP, the official French singles chart and in Belgium's Ultratip French singles chart.
Herbert Léonard (born 25 February 1945 in Strasbourg, France) né Hubert Lœnhard is principally known as a singer, however, he is also a specialist of Russian airplanes from World War II. His first success "Quelque chose tient mon cœur" (Somethings Got A Hold Of My Heart) opened the doors of the hit-parade to him in 1968.
The humorous, caprice-like song—for alto voice, flute, clarinet in A, and bassoon—sets an epigrammatic text written by Strobel, in a French translation by Antoine Goléa (; ): On cherche pour trouver quelque chose. Mais au fond, on ne sait pas ce qu’on cherche au juste. Et cela est vrai non seulement pour l’Allemagne musicale.
A year later saw the release of his first album titled "Jusqu'à moi". The sales of the album were far below those of previous winners of "Star Academy". In the first week, the album failed to reach the French top 100 in sales, though in Belgium his single "Quelque chose qui m'appartient" fared better peaking at 15 in the new year week of 2008.
Landru stood trial on 11 counts of murder in November 1921. He was convicted on all counts, sentenced to death, and guillotined three months later in Versailles. During his trial, Landru traced a picture of his kitchen, including in it the stove in which he was accused of burning his victims. He gave this drawing to one of his lawyers, Auguste Navières du Treuil. In December 1967, the drawing was made public. Landru had written in pencil on the back, "Ce n'est pas le mur derrière lequel il se passe quelque chose, mais bien la cuisinière dans laquelle on a brûlé quelque chose" (It is not the wall behind which a thing takes place, but indeed the stove in which a thing has been burned). This has been interpreted as Landru's confession to his crimes.
Ärsenik started as a band in mid 1990s. Until 1997, the group also included Tony Truand, a cousin. In 1998, now a duo, Ärsenik released their first album "Quelques gouttes suffisent" went double gold. In 2007 the group released a disc titled "S'il en reste quelque chose" which included the most popular songs from the two brothers, such as "L'enfer remonte à la surface", "Rime & chatiments" and "Sexe, pouvoir & biftons".
The song was also recorded in Italian-language ("Gli anni miei", 3:58) and Spanish-language ("Solo era un sueno", 4:02). All these versions are available on 1997 Elsa's best of "Elsa, l'essentiel 1986-1993". Two remixed and extended versions, as well as two instrumental versions, feature on the various formats. The megamix club version is also available on the CD maxi for "Quelque chose dans mon cœur".
After the success of her first two singles, "T'en va pas", which peaked at #1 for eight weeks on the official singles chart (Top 50), and "Quelque chose dans mon cœur", #2 hit, Elsa decided to release her first album. In it, there are collaborations with Didier Barbelivien, Élisabeth Anaïs for texts, and her father (Georges Lunghini) for compositions. Georges also co-signed ten of the eleven songs on the album.
After successful runs at "Baywatch" and "Melrose Place" in the 1990s, Charvet decided to return to France with a 5-album contract with Universal Music Group France. During a span of seven years, he released three pop rock studio albums with self-titled "David Charvet" in 1997, "Leap of Faith" in 2002, and "Se laisser quelque chose" in 2004. His materials catered to both English and French language listeners for a wider spectrum of audiences.
To obtain a hit in France, Mecano decided to collaborate with Pierre Grosz, a lyric writer, who had already written several songs for Elsa ("Quelque chose dans mon cœur", "Jour de neige"). Grosz accurately translated their song "Mujer contra mujer" to produce the French single "Une femme avec une femme". The music is composed by José Maria Cano. It was recorded in French ("Une femme avec une femme") and Italian ("Per Lei contro di Lei"), giving Mecano their first truly global hit.