Francois Mitterrand

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French statesman and president of France from 1981 to 1985 (1916-1996)

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As Paterniti reports, Mitterand knew that his culinary swan song would, indeed, be his last trip to the dinner table because he'd decided to stop eating after it was through.
A confirmed francophile himself, Haughey bought his expensive Charvet shirts in Paris and delighted in showing Mitterand that the Irish had their own kind of style.
Par : Ingi Amr Il fut inaugure en 1987 par l'ancien president francais Francois Mitterand pour devenir un miroir culturel des pays arabes.
Excited Frederic Mitterand pinned a medal on the singer's chest to honour her for her contribution to music.
Burcuoglu said the French government was split over the bill as French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterand had expressed opinion against the bill during Thursday's at the lower house of the parliament.
Certainly that was true for former French president Francois Mitterand who said that Thatcher had the "mouth of Marilyn Monroe of left and the eyes of Caligula".
The achievement was marked by a reception in their honour hosted by President Francois Mitterand.
The winner will in April 2012 take on embattled conservative Sarkozy, with the resurgent left intent on entering the Elysee palace for the first time since France's longest-serving president Francois Mitterand left in 1995 after 14 years.
We love you because you make our lives better," Mitterand told the visibly moved star, best known as an actress for her portrayal of Sally Bowles in Bob Fosse's film version of "Cabaret.
Mitterand (Magnan) and Reagan (Ward), plus CIA head Dafoe, are amazed at the secrets he gives them.
Those who have followed the ties between France and Syria since the era of President Francois Mitterand are seeing the same fluctuation in the quality of this relationship.
He was made Commander of Arts and Letters by French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterand in Paris on Thursday.
With this initiative, Rahidov supported French Minister of Culture and Communication Frederic Mitterand, who proposed that EU should take action in the rebuilding of "Triumph"on the previous meeting of the EU Council of Ministers.
Margaret Theatcher, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Francois Mitterand, Yasser Arafat, Indra Gandhi and Hamid Karzai; contributions rendered by her during the two time premiership and above all, her untiring struggle for the restoration of democracy in Pakistan which culminated on her assassination in December, 2007.