Moliere

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French author of sophisticated comedies (1622-1673)

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Molier, Gelijn, "Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect after 9/11, Netherlands International Law Review, Vol.
Berth occupancy was managed at the Port at fifty percent on Tuesday where seven ships namely C.V CMA CGM Molier, C.V Nysted Maersk, C.V Al-Rain, M.V Voge Eva, M.T BSS Power, M.T Argent Hibiscus and M.V Theo Fylaktos are currently occupying berths to load/ offload containers, rice, sunflower seeds and chemicals respectively.
(5) See Gelijn Molier, "Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect after 9/11", Netherlands International Law Review, Vol.
Next stage performance by DTCA are 2 plays Molier's Hindi adaptation of "The physician inspite of himself" - titled "Wah Bhai Wah" " & another non-stop hilarious family comedy.
(98.) See Gelijin Molier, Rebuilding After Armed Conflict: Towards a Legal Framework of the Responsibility to Rebuild or a Jus Post Bellum?, in PEACE, SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT IN AN ERA OF GLOBALIZATION: THE INTEGRATED SECURITY APPROACH VIEWED FROM A MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE 317, 317-18 (Gelijin Molier & Eva Nieuwenhuys eds., 2009) (addresses the question of "whether or not there is a development into legal principles or a necessity for a legal framework for...." the concept of ius post bellum).
comprehensively traces the trajectory of liberal thought, provocatively contending that John Rawls and Susan Molier Okin effectively destroy the family by robbing it of its natural bonds, ceding its proper authority to the state, and reducing it to a group of individuals seeking their own individual goods (74-82).
We have to fight with them," said Molier Benoit, whose syndicate doubled its fares to 12 gourdes (31 cents) for a ride in a metal frame built onto the back of a truck.
Incorporating dramatists from Sophocles through Molier to Gombrowicz, Adam Mickiewicz, Gabriela Zapolska, Ben Jonson, Henrik Ibsen and August Strindberg, television theater offers a comprehensive collection of the world's most famous plays.
A host of wheelchair tennis's top pros including Chantal Vandierendonck, David Hall, Ricky Molier, Laurent Giammartini, Maaike Smit, and Steve Welch participated in the new instructional video, "No Brakes."