Commines


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Co·mines

also Com·mines  (kô-mēn′), Philippe de 1447?-1511.
French diplomat, political adviser, and historian whose Mémoires (1524) are among the most perceptive historical documents of the Middle Ages.

Com·mines

 (kô-mēn′), Philippe de
See Philippe de Comines.

Commines

(French kɔmin)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of (Philippe de) Comines

Com•mines

(kɔˈmin)

n.
Philippe de, Comines, Philippe de.
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417)"en una investigacion se determinara si los items miden realmente la variable, dimensiones e indicadores objeto de estudio, a traves de la aplicacion de una prueba piloto a una muestra representativa" de diez (10) miembros de la organizacion que no participara en la investigacion, a cuyos resultados se aplico el indice estadistico del coeficiente Alfa de Cronbach de acuerdo a Commines y Zeller (1979, pp.
At the outbreak of war in 1939 Maurice became part of the British Expeditionary Force in France and was on the front line along the Commines Canal in Belgium as part of the Royal Warwickshires' defiant stand against the Nazis.
He received the award for leadership and bravery in a heavy German attack at Commines just before the evacuation of Dunkirk.
As the Empress's taste inclined towards the gothic revival she must have felt totally at home, as well as charmed as 'le beau Louis' evoked the world of the Hantagenet kings and the dukes of Burgundy with the sword of Edward m, the hunting knife of Charles the Bold and a ewer with the arms of Philippe de Commines.
Pedro, las Memorias de Felipe Commines o la Cronica de Carlos V de Sandoval (17).
20) None the less, although Italian was more prized culturally, French was still the means by which many people accessed foreign works of literature in the sixteenth century, as shown by Gabriel Harvey's claim that Cambridge students had 'deserted Thomas Acquinas and the whole rabblement of schoolmen for modern French and Italian works such as Commines and Machiavelli, Paradines, in French, Plutarche in Frenche, and I know not how many outlandish braverayes of the same stamp'.
The Burgundian chronicler, Commines, commented of Edward during his six-month exile that he had never seen the English King looking more handsome.
Le patron, Jules Lamblin, voulait diminuer le tarif a la pelote, et l'aligner sur celui de son usine de Commines, ce qui se serait traduit par une diminution de 1.
89] The Addition [grave{a}] l'histoire de Louis XI explicitly characterizes political narrative -- even the much admired work of Commines -- as only a partial account of the past because it omits cultural history, and sets out to supply the lack.