dIberville

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I•ber•ville, d'

(di bɛrˈvil)
n.
Pierre le Moyne (ˈmwan) Sieur, 1661–1706, French-Canadian founder of the first French settlement in Louisiana, 1699.
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He was convicted of a first-offense drug-related DUI in D'Iberville, Mississippi about a month before he was involved the fatal crash in Nashville.
Historians believe the first American Mardi Gras occurred on March 3, 1699, when French explorers Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville and Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville landed in what is now Louisiana.
AT&T* has announced the launch of AT&T U-verse[R] services in parts of Biloxi, D'Iberville, Gulfport, Long Beach, Moss Point and Ocean Springs, including AT&T U-verse TV, AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet and AT&T U-verse Voice.
Born Alfred Bessette into a large Catholic family in 1845 in the Quebec village of Saint-Gregoire d'Iberville, the baby was so frail as a newborn that his father, Isaac, did not expect him to live for more than a day.
FOCUS ON CLEANUP, CLAIMS "There is oil out there and we are all stressed to see dead turtles, dead fish and thousands of dead sea creatures in our waters," Jerry Miller, a longtime fisherman from D'Iberville, Mississippi, told Mabus.
Marriott International Inc (NYSE: MAR), a US-based company that owns and operates hotel properties, has announced opening of a new 125-room D'Iberville Courtyard by Marriott hotel (the hotel) in D'Iberville, Mississippi, US.
Le Comte de Frontenac and Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville
The strongest test to this proposition arose in 1987 when D'Iberville Fortier, the commissioner at that time, challenged the Quebec government's language policy for its restrictions on the use of English.
And finally, Los Angeles city roofer Will Schaefer came home this week after spending his vacation in the little town of D'Iberville, Miss.
Her British-born sister, brother-in-law and nephew were due to return to their home in D'Iberville, near Biloxi, today.
The local francophone association also established a "Route d'Iberville," though not without controversy.