Synonyms for seclin or Related words with seclin

coulommiers              templemars              longuyon              chaville              aulnoye              sarrebourg              bagneux              chauny              aymeries              somain              couvin              montbard              gannat              bressuire              vierzon              gonesse              longwy              thuin              montmirail              creil              obernai              cormeilles              virton              ciney              longueau              pontarlier              hautmont              ancenis              bruay              pithiviers              frasnes              courcelles              entzheim              castelsarrasin              habsheim              herrlisheim              abancourt              lannion              gosselies              schiltigheim              bailleul              blanquefort              bagnolet              brumath              haubourdin              erquelinnes              thoiry              magnoac              orchies              flandres             



Examples of "seclin"
Lille, Faches-Thumesnil, Templemars, Seclin, Noyelles-lès-Seclin, Emmerin and Loos-lez-Lille.
In 1983 the town of Seclin named 'Square du Captaine R.W. Porritt' in honour of him. Porritt lies nearby in the Seclin (De Bergault) Communal Cemetery.
The Fort de Seclin maintains a memorial in his honor.
Seclin is a commune in the Nord department in northern France.
He died in Seclin, Nord, on 15 December 1988, aged 91.
Noyelles-lès-Seclin is a commune in the Nord department in northern France.
Jean-François Bedenik (born 20 November 1978 in Seclin) is a French football goalkeeper currently playing for Vannes OC.
Before, until the seventies, the RN 25 was linking Le Havre and Lille passing by Fécamp, Saint-Valery-en-Caux, Dieppe, Eu, Abbeville, Doullens, Arras, Carvin and Seclin. It has been renamed RD 925 except between Doullens and Arras (where it's still RN 25), Arras and Carvin (where it's RD 917) and Seclin and Lille (where it's RD 549).
Larkhall (, ) is a town in South Lanarkshire, Scotland and is around southeast of Glasgow. It is twinned with Seclin in northern France.
Antony Gautier (born 19 November 1977, in Seclin) is a French football referee. He refereed at 2012–13 UEFA Europa League.
The Fort de Seclin was purchased by private owners in 1996, who opened a museum on the site dedicated to the cavalry in 2003.
The Fort de Seclin, also known as Fort Duhoux, is located near the commune of Seclin, France, about south of Lille. Built from 1873 to 1875, it is part of the Séré de Rivières system of fortifications that France built following the defeat of the Franco-Prussian War. It was never modernized to cope with improvements in artillery technology in the late 19th century. It has been preserved and is interpreted by a local preservation association for the public.
Allard and Walker-Smith had seen action together as part of the British Expeditionary Force (based at Lille/Seclin, France) in early 1940 and all three had success as Battle of Britain pilots.
Both sides claimed victory: (the rebels may have inflicted heavier casualties) but the French remained in possession of the battlefield and forced a Flemish retreat. The French also conquered Douai and Orchies and burned down Seclin.
The Fort de Seclin saw no significant action in the Battle of France in 1940. The fort was again occupied by the Germans and used as a prison for French Resistance fighters. A total of 69 people were executed at the fort. In the most notable event, seven employees of the French national railways were arrested and accused of sabotage, spying and armed resistance. The six male prisoners were executed by firing squad at the Fort de Seclin on 7 June 1944. A monument commemorates the dead.
Prior to 2009 the only known diverging diamond interchanges were in France in the communities of Versailles, Le Perreux-sur-Marne and Seclin, all built in the 1970s. (The ramps of the first two have been reconfigured to accommodate ramps of other interchanges, but they continue to function as diverging diamond interchanges.)
Nord's 5th constituency lies in the centre of the department to the south of Lille. The main town is Seclin which is still part of the Urban Community of Lille Métropole but this left leaning town is outweighed by the more conservative surrounding areas.
Briois was born in Seclin, Nord, where his father was a worker and his mother a bookkeeper. His parents later divorced. Fascinated by Jean-Marie Le Pen, he became a member of Front National at the age of 16. After finishing a "Brevet de Technicien Supérieur", Briois worked for a period as a salesman for Numericable.
Althorne was home to Phillip Scott Burge who was one of the top British fighter aces in World War One with 11 enemy kills between March and July 1918. He was killed when he was shot down over Seclin, France on 24 July 1918.
Candie Monique Nadine Herbert (born 4 June 1977 in Seclin) is a French football player currently playing for FCF Hénin-Beaumont of the Division 1 Féminine. Herbert plays as a striker and is a member of the France women's national football team making her debut in 1994.