Nivose


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fourth month of the Revolutionary calendar (December and January)

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Eleven men were arrested by the French frigate Nivose, on 3 May 2009, as they were trying to attack the military ship and handed over - after "reflection" - to the Kenyan authorities in Mombasa, on 8 May.
The Nivose is part of a European Union anti-piracy force involving warships from France, Germany, Spain and Italy, which aims to aid international efforts to curb a spate of Somali pirate attacks.
The Nivose should arrive in (the Kenyan port) Mombasa within four days, as it is towing the boats that it captured, which limits its speed," said a ministry spokesman.
62) Darbot, La Trinite, 31-2; Andre Colomes, Les Ouvriers du Textile clans la Champagne troyenne 1730-1852 (Paris 1943), 85-7; Jean-Nicolas Feuge, Compte de la situation politique du departement de l'Aube pendant le mois de nivose an 8, 15 Pluviose, Year VIII (4 February 1800), AN F1CIII Aube 3; and Ricommard, La Bonneterie, 38-9.
During late 2000 the flagship of the French Indian Ocean Fleet, the supply ship Var and the frigate Nivose visited Simon's Town and Cape Town.
14) Hugues and Lebas to Minister, 24 Nivose An 6 (13 Jan.
111) Francois de Neufchateau to Citizens Dupin, Mors, and other signatories in the region of Pontempeirat, department of the Loire, 24 Nivose An VII [4 Dec.
53] Courrier des spectacles, issue 1037 (15 Nivose VIII [5 Jan 1800]), p.
The French Nivose intercepted these eleven pirates and their vessels on the morning of 3 May.
The Nivose is part of an European Union anti-piracy force involving warships from France, Germany, Spain and Italy, which aims to aid international efforts to curb a spate of Somali pirate attacks.
48) Archives nationales (AN), series F/11/2848 a 2876, mercuriales generales 1825 a 1900; ADN, M441 1 a 17, mercuriales generales Nivose an XI -- 1900.
The French frigate Nivose - a member of the European naval force, EUNAVFOR Atalanta - intercepted, on 3 May, a supply boat and two small high-speed craft 900 kilometres east of Mombasa (Kenya).
The Journal des Spectacles ceased publication on 13 Nivose year II (2 January 1794) just prior to Boyer's arrest.
Others will replace them soon: the French frigate Nivose, followed by the advice-boat Commandant Ducuing and two Swedish corvettes.