Synonyms for revient or Related words with revient

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Examples of "revient"
"Déclarer la gnose. D'une guerre qui revient à la culture" (Paris: L'Harmattan, 2002).
Najoua Belyzel released a new single, "Quand revient l'été", on 10 September 2007.
http://www.tdg.ch/culture/livres/Le-Mutus-Liber-precis-d-alchimie-du-XVIIesiecle-revient-a-la-vie/story/24641229
Aufray represented Luxembourg in the 1964 Eurovision Song Contest, performing "Dès que le printemps revient" and finishing fourth.
The original title of the film is taken from the lyrics of the Johnny Hallyday song "Quand revient la nuit".
The Championship "Honneur revient" was won by Cercle Sportif Villefranche-sur-Saône that beat Chalon 3 - 0
In 1965, French rockstar Johnny Hallyday did a version of the song called "Quand Revient la Nuit", which became a success there.
"Dès que le printemps revient" (English translation: "Once Spring Returns") was the Luxembourgish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1964, performed in French by French singer Hugues Aufray.
• 1994 : "Maman revient, pauvre orphelin" by Jean-Claude Grumberg , creation at the Comédie Française in the Théâtre du Vieux-Colombier in November 1994
"À force de prier" was succeeded as Luxembourgian representative at the 1964 Contest by Hugues Aufray with "Dès que le printemps revient".
Luxembourg was represented by French singer Hugues Aufray, with the song '"Dès que le printemps revient", at the 1964 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 21 March in Copenhagen. The song was chosen internally by broadcaster RTL.
Yvan Le Bolloc'h is also a musician and has played guitar for many years. He is a member of a gypsy music group, inspired by the Gipsy Kings, named Ma guitare s'appelle revient.
In 1984 he published what he described as an intentionally traditional autobiography, entitled 'Le miroir qui revient', translated into English as 'Ghosts in the Mirror' by Jo Levy (1988).
There is debate over what prompted Schoenberg to re-admit tonality in pieces such as the Second Chamber Symphony, but his own words are probably the most telling. In his 1948 essay "On revient toujours", Schoenberg wrote:
Arrêté à la suite de la révolution de mars 91, il est acquitté à l’issue du procès « Crimes de sang » en 1993. En 2001, Tièna Coulibaly revient au devant de la scène pour occuper le poste de conseiller technique à la Mission de restructuration du secteur coton (MSRC). Depuis novembre 2008, il est le président directeur général de la Compagnie malienne de développement des textiles du Mali (CMDT) et s’emploie à sortir la filière cotonnière de l’ornière. C’est de ce poste qu’il vient revient au ministère en charge de l’Economie, des Finances et du Budget.
The Man Who Returns from Afar (French:L'homme qui revient de loin) is a 1950 French thriller film directed by Jean Castanier and starring Annabella, Paul Bernard and María Casares. It is based on the 1916 novel of the same title by Gaston Leroux.
The song was performed second on the night, following Luxembourg's Hugues Aufray with "Dès que le printemps revient" and preceding Norway's Arne Bendiksen with "Spiral". At the close of voting, it had received 2 points, placing 10th in a field of 16.
Invited in 1983 at La Comédie-Française to direct Molière’s "Amphitryon" and "Le Médecin Volant", he continued to work with the same troupe to produce: Jean-Claude Grumberg’s "Maman revient, pauvre orphelin", Véronique Olmi’s "Point à la ligne", Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s "L’Incorruptible", Molière’s "Monsieur de Pourceaugnac", Werner Schwab’s "Extermination du peuple", Tom Stoppard’s "Arcadia", and Genet’s "Les Bonnes".
On July 20, 2008, while on the air at Europe 1, he admitted to being the author of the blog "François-Mitterrand-2007", "François-Mitterrand-2008" and the book "François Mitterrand in 2008, il revient...". The blog "François-Mitterrand-2007", by making posthumous commentary on the 2007 presidential campaign by former President of the Republic, François Mitterrand, aroused many reactions and rumors about the identity of its author among the French political class.
Six pieces by Pierrekin survive, half with their music. One of the latter, "A mon pooir ai servi", a later addition to the "Chansonnier du Roi", is through-composed in mensural notation. Lines equivalent in length are not all treated as rhythmically identical. Pierrekin's other songs with surviving music are "Cançon faz non pas vilaine" and "Je chant en aventure". The three songs "J'ai la meillor qui soit en vie", "Quant ivers et frois depart", and "Quant li tens jolis revient" do not have surviving music.