Nivose


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fourth month of the Revolutionary calendar (December and January)

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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.
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 Journal des Spectacles ceased publication on 13 Nivose year II (2 January 1794) just prior to Boyer's arrest.
104) This emphasis upon "ardour and courage" was echoed by Augustin Robespierre, in the account of the siege which he gave to the Jacobin club on 9 Nivose.
24) ANF (7) 7133, "Freron au Directoire," 30 nivose IV;ANF (7) 7130, "Freron au Directoire," 29 ventose IV; ANF (7) 7149, "Victor Juge au Directoire,' 11 nivose IV.
The term "vandalisme revolutionnaire" was first employed by the deputy Abbe Gregoire in his Rapport sur les inscriptions des monuments publics to the French National Convention on 21 nivose an II (10 January 1794).