Synonyms for soubrier or Related words with soubrier
Examples of "soubrier"
In 1925, it belonged to the de Broglie family and later, to Parisian antique dealers named
The 1940 manning of the "ouvrage" under the command of Lieutenant
comprised 95 men and 2 officers of the 160th Fortress Infantry Regiment. The units were under the umbrella of the 3rd Army, Army Group 2. The Casernement de Ban Saint-Jean provided peacetime above-ground barracks and support services to Coume and other positions in the area.
In 1875 Heraclio created new printing ways and new graphic models. Two years later he worked with a Spanish art teacher called Emilio
and a painter called Diaz de Olano to design a new playing card. That was going to be the first card of the famous Spanish playing cards. In 1880 he changed his work place to a bigger one in Fueros street.
"Bertie", Prince of Wales, who would later become King Edward VII of the United Kingdom, often visited during the 1880s and 1890s. One room carried his coat of arms over the bed and a large copper bath-tub with a half-woman-half-swan figurehead, which he liked to fill with champagne and which, in 1951 after the closure, Salvador Dalí bought for 112,000 francs. Edward, heavily overweight, also had a "love seat" ("siège d'amour") manufactured by Louis
, cabinetmaker of the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, allowing easy access for oral and other forms of sex with several participants.
On 29 September 2001, she gave birth to her first child, a girl named Lila, with production designer Louis
, whom she met on the set of "A Single Girl" in 1995. She was in a short-lived marriage with Iain Rogers, a film director, from 2006 to 2007. From 2007 to 2015, she was in a relationship with actor , whose brother Gad Elmaleh was her co-star in "The Valet". Ledoyen and Arie Elmaleh have a son, Isaac, born in July 2010, and a daughter, Amalia, born in April 2014.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Nantes (Latin: "Dioecesis Nannetensis"; French: "Diocèse de Nantes") is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in Nantes, France. The diocese consists of the department of Loire-Atlantique. It has existed since the 4th century. It is now suffragan of the Archdiocese of Rennes, Dol, and Saint-Malo, having previously been suffragan to the Archdiocese of Tours. Its see is Nantes Cathedral, in the city of Nantes. Georges Pierre
was the bishop since his appointment in 1996 until his retirement on 8 July 2009, when Pope Benedict XVI appointed Jean-Paul André Denis Marcel James, as new Head of the Diocese. Prior to his new appointment, Bishop James had been the bishop of Diocese of Beauvais, Noyon, and Senlis.
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