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(ˈpɛp ɪn)

( “the Short” ) died A.D. 768, king of the Franks 751–768 (father of Charlemagne).
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Noun1.Pepin - king of the Franks and father of Charlemagne who defended papal interests and founded the Carolingian dynasty in 751 (714-768)
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And if truth to life is the main thing the drama should keep in view, how is it possible for any average understanding to be satisfied when the action is supposed to pass in the time of King Pepin or Charlemagne, and the principal personage in it they represent to be the Emperor Heraclius who entered Jerusalem with the cross and won the Holy Sepulchre, like Godfrey of Bouillon, there being years innumerable between the one and the other?
They set out, passing over the Pont Neuf; they pursued their way along the quay then called L'Abreuvoir Pepin, and went along by the walls of the Grand Chatelet.
In twenty horses for saddle and draught, which I have particularly at my chateau of Pierrefonds, and which are called - Bayard, Roland, Charlemagne, Pepin, Dunois, La Hire, Ogier, Samson, Milo, Nimrod, Urganda, Armida, Flastrade, Dalilah, Rebecca, Yolande, Finette, Grisette, Lisette, and Musette.
com)-- Absolute is honored for their work on the Pepin Academies Website Redesign.
Chefs Daniel Boulud, Alton Brown, Marcus Samuelsson, Sara Moulton and Spirits Expert Derek Brown Participate in Sold-out Red Carpet Event As Inaugural Julia Child Award Is Presented to Jacques Pepin by Julia Child Foundation
A culinary pioneer and original founder of IACP, Pepin was honored by IACP with the event "80 Cakes for Jacques Pepin,'' which featured 80 birthday cakes contributed by some of the world's leading chefs, tastemakers and organizations.
Enhanced with illustrations by Jacques Pepin and illustrative personal stories, "Kids Cook French" is enthusiastically recommended for family and community library cookbook collections for children.
When you first meet Jenifer Pepin, you instantly get the impression that she is disciplined, determined, and goal-orientated.
This book represents a personal mission for Jacques Pepin, a Canadian infectious disease specialist and epidemiologist with broad African experience who developed an abiding interest in human African trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness).
ESSENTIAL PEPIN offers a cookbook and DVD package under one cover and has been selected and updated from the thousands of recipes he's created over the years.
These are questions that specialists have studied now for three decades, but it has taken the work of Jacques Pepin, an epidemiologist at the Universite de Sherbrooke in Quebec, to lay out the full story with all its troubling implications for the way medicine operates in today's world.
Whether it's lawn bowling or making an omelet as bright and unblemished as the noontime sun, Pepin is, above all things, a teacher.