Aquitaine

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Synonyms for Aquitaine

a region of southwestern France between Bordeaux and the Pyrenees

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The chapter recounting the clashes between the Bordelais basoche (young lawyers-in-training and lesser officials associated with the Parlement of Bordeaux) through their Confraternity of Saint-Yves and the Protestant-inclined students of that city's College de Guyenne is fascinating.
VAT 237,214 225,415 496,031 GUYENNE ET GASCOGNE EBIT - 3,650 - 947 3,018 Consolidated Share of Sogara financial income 4,358 4,897 10,273 statements Share of Centros Comerciales Carrefour income 5,372 8,377 18,867 Net income (Group share) 6,168 12,546 30,987 Sales, excl.
Calyptus has around 40 client companies, including ADL Partners, Boizel Chanoine Champagnes, Calyon, Gecina, Guyenne et Gascogne, Harvest, Kindy, Leon de Bruxelles, Maesa, Nexans, Parrot, PCAS, Press Index, Prodware, Promeo, Quantel, Rentabiliweb, Rougier and Weborama.
GECINA, GUYENNE and GASCOGNE, IMERYS, INGENICO, and KLEPIERRE.
In terms of government spending, provinces like Picardie and Guyenne had reason to envy Quebec.
Simon D, Hartmann DJ, Badouaille G, Caillot G, Guyenne TT, Corvol P, et al.
She was also at festivals in Perigueux, Miramount de Guyenne and Libourne.
The dog's owner took it for walks all around the region including Hostens, Gironde, Perigueux Festival in the Dordogne, a street festival in Miramont de Guyenne and the music festival in Libourne.
The three compression units for Roussines are designed to strengthen the Guyenne Artery, which carries gas between the north and south of France.
En fait, la majorite de la communaute des libraires de la capitale de Guyenne participait de pres ou de loin, surtout a partir des annees 1740, a ces activites transatlantiques, bien que la faible activite editoriale de la ville, oblige cependant ces commercants a s'approvisionner a Paris(40).
2) A crux occurs in the following passage in Christine de Pizan's Livre du corps depolicie, a manual of government written in 1406-7 for the Dauphin, Louis de Guyenne, the third son of Charles VI and Isabeau de Baviere: `Et raconte Florus en l'Istoire des Rommains comment Deoclesian, empereur de Romme, apres ce que il ot eu maintes victoires en bataille, se desmist de sa propre voulente, et s'en ala finer sa vie en .
Des les annees 1930, apparaissent des chantiers forestiers cooperatifs, auxquels feront echo l'experience communautaire de Guyenne, que l'ouvrage evoque a maintes reprises, et, plus recemment, des entreprises sous controle local comme Tembec et ARDA.
Je ne voudrais pas faire ici un faux proces a l'auteur en l'entrainant dans des voles qu'il n'etait pas de son propos d'aborder, mais j'estime qu'un certain nombre de questions supplementaires auraient pu etre posees a ses sources et dont les reponses auraient pu permettre de rattacher le cas de la Guyenne a un mouvement de beaucoup plus grande amplitude: celui de la construction de l'Etat moderne en France.
While the editors have retained his chronicle of rioting of the Tard Avises at the end of the sixteenth century and the peasant movements of the mid-seventeenth century (Perigord and Quercy between 1637 and 1641), his studies of the rebellions in the Guyenne in 1635 and Saintonge in 1636, popular participation in the events of the Fronde in Aquitaine, and the last uprising of the Tard-Avises of Quercy in 1707 have been omitted.
20) See Henri de Navarre to the duc de Montmorency, 15 August 1576; to the Nobility, Cities and Communities of Guyenne, 21 December 1576; to the sieur de Batz, January 1577; to the officers and consuls of Bergerac, 27 December 1577; to the sieur de Puysegur, 7 May 1578; to M.