Muret


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Mu·ret

(mū-rā'),
Paul-Louis, early 20th-century French physician. See: Quénu-Muret sign.
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Liz Wilcox, Assistant Manager of WNSC's Enterprise and Development Department, commented, "We hope that this established partnership will continue, with our Motor Vehicle Apprentices visiting Muret in 2016 and of course we hope to welcome another group of French Apprentices.
That disappeared because it was an old-fashioned and outmoded title, and the same should be happening to mademoiselle," Muret said.
Father Bonaventure Ouedraogo was due to officiate at the Church of St John, in Muret, near Toulouse in southwest France.
Muret, who had died shortly before completing his editorial work, was widely celebrated in Roman Catholic circles as a leading proponent of Ciceronian style.
10) It is preceded by verses penned by the equally famous Jean Dorat, acclaiming Muret as the "worthy interpreter" to clarify the profundities of Ronsard's poems.
iv) Non-literary sources, documents, and accounts: Marc Boone, `La Domesticite d'une grande famille patricienne gantoise d'apres le livre de comptes de Simon Borluut (1450-1463)'; Philippe Braunstein, `La Pauvrete au quotidien: apports et limites des sources medievales'; Philippe Lardin, `Le Niveau de vie des ouvriers du batiment en Normandie orientale dans la seconde moitie du XVe siecle'; Dennis Morsa, `Niveaux de vie, professions et espace urbain: la ville de Huy au debut des temps modernes'; Francoise Muret, `Documents comptables et archives judiciaires: une mine d'exploitation delicate pour l'etude des niveaux de vie au moyen age'; Monique Somme, `Que represente un gage journalier de trois sous pour l'officier d'un hotel a la cour de Bourgogne au XVe siecle?
Police were waiting as the pilots returned to Muret, and sent a report to the local state prosecutor.
details the contributions of such institutions as the Jesuit Collegio Romano, and of individuals like Marc Antoine Muret and Pedro Juan Perpina.
In his first volume of published verse, Muret e muzgut (The Walls of Twilight), Radi presents a pensive cycle of fifty-four poems composed from November 1945 to February 1991, many of which were preserved for years in a plastic container hidden in a field--underground verse in the finest sense of the word.
The challenge will mirror the 13th stage of the classic Tour de France event which is also taking place in France tomorrow between Muret and Rodez.
Seiclo: Le Tour de France S4C, 2pm & 10pm Diwrnod pontio fydd 13eg cymal y daith eleni, o Muret i Rodez.