Synonyms for qui_est or Related words with qui_est

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Examples of "qui_est"
“Procès Cahuzac : Qui est Patricia Cahuzac, l'ex-femme de l’ancien minister.” (n.d.). Retrieved October 15, 2016, from http://www.sudouest.fr/2016/09/12/proces-cahuzac-qui-est-patricia-cahuzac-l-ex-femme-de-l-ancien-ministre-2493013-4697.php
In France, the 1st season started in 2015. It is called "Qui est la taupe?" ("Who is the mole?").
2012 : Centre d'art contemporain de Genève, CH, Ce qui est fragile est toujours nouveau, cur. Emilie Bujès
He bequeathed the musée départemental des antiquités of Seine-Maritime in Rouen his collection de 620 objets qui est entrée au musée le 17 mai 1941.
But it was the single "Qui est l'exemple?", released in the spring of 2002, that gave him his big breakthrough, selling roughly 750,000 copies. It also became his debut on the major national radio stations in France.
Annick Lanoë (born 1948) is a French film director, screenwriter and author. She has directed and written two films "Les Nanas" and "Les Mamies". She is also the author of a number of books including "Qui est sous ma couette".
A short-lived version of the program also aired on France 2 (July 2006) as "Qui est le bluffeur?" ("Who is the bluffer?") with Belgian host Jean-Michel Zecca.
Bertin is said to have remarked to Marie Antoinette in 1785, when presenting her with a remodelled dress, ""Il n'y a de nouveau que ce qui est oublié"" ("There is nothing new except what has been forgotten.").
desirent que ces cloches gardent la memoire de leur fils bienaime, Thomas Arthur Bell, qui est mort a Digbys, pres de la Ville d'Exeter Ie7Avril 1889,age de 36 ans.
His work was based on that of his teacher Jacques Lefèvre d'Etaples. It was published in 1535 as "La Bible Qui est toute la Saincte scripture" at Neuchâtel. This translation has been considered the first French Protestant Bible.
She has chiefly worked as a game show host, on "Trivial Pursuit", "Jeux Sans Frontières", "Grain de Folie", "Pyramide", "Qui est qui ?", "Tout vu Tout lu", and, beginning in 2006, "La Cible".
The song was recorded by Yelle as "Qui est cette fille?" as part of the iTunes Foreign Exchange, where Robyn recorded "À cause des garçons" as "Because of Boys".
Born in Montreal, Dompierre has worked in the printing sector in 1979. In 2010–11, he was the publisher of ""Qui est qui du Québec"" (English: "Who's who in Quebec").
Since 2005 he has participated in Les Enfoirés, an ensemble of notable singers and performers in France that periodically performs charity concerts. He contributed a song named "Le Monde Qui Est Le Mien" for the album "We Love Disney 2" and also released a single, "Je Reviens".
A biography, "L'homme qui est allé au bout des routes", was published in 1995. He suffered a stroke in 2002, but still continued to walk 6 km per day. He died in 2006. The "Complexe sportif Phil-Latulippe", a sports center, is named in his honor in Loretteville (Québec), where he resided for many years.
"Mais qui est la belette ?" is a 1998 song recorded by French hip hop act Manau. It was the third single from its album "Panique celtique" and was released in December 1998. It achieved success, becoming a number-one hit in France and Belgium (Wallonia), although its sales were not as high as the first single of the album, "La Tribu de Dana".
Bede wrote that King Caedwalla went to Rome and was baptized by the Pope Sergius who gave him the name of Peter. Dying soon afterwards he was buried in Rome and his epitaph beginning "Hic depositus est Caedwalla qui est Petrus" was pointed out (Bede, "Hist. Eccl.", V, vii).
His other plays have included "Chroniques de l'insouciance" (2001), "Barthélémy chez le Très-Bas" (2002), "Déserteurs" (2002), "Nous qui ne rêvions plus" (2003), "L'Homme des derniers instants" (2003), "Les Mains" (2004), "Les Murmures" (2004), "Une ardente patience" (2005), "Rabelais (Festin)" (2005), "Tout ce qui est debout se couchera" (2006), "Bacchanale" (2008) and "Furieux et désespérés" (2013).
"“La plupart des jardins de Fernando Caruncho ne sont pas ouverts à la visite, ce qui est finalement très bien: on a bien le temps de s’apercevoir qu’il laissera une trace sans équivalent dans la nouvelle création de jardins méditerranéens des prochaines décennies. “"
After playing in several bands, Olivier Libaux founded Les Objets with Jérôme Rousseaux in 1989. They released two albums, "La Normalité" in 1989 and "Qui Est Qui" in 1994, on Columbia Records/Sony Music. Video clips for the songs La Normalité and Sarah were directed by Michel Gondry.