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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Fat Tuesday and Mardi Gras didn't arrive in America until 1699: Although the holiday had been celebrated for well over a century, it didn't arrive in Louisiana until 1699 when French explorers and brothers Jean-Baptiste Le Monye Sieur de Bienville and Pierre Le Monye d'Iberville arrived in the south.
Perhaps fittingly, the 1967 Geographical Branch field season was also the most ambitious, involving numerous field parties, a DC-3 on ski-wheels, helicopters, a Cessna floatplane, and submarine contour mapping along the east coast of Baffin Island using the CCGS d'Iberville.
Louis, Biloxi, D'Iberville, Gulfport, Pass Christian and Ocean Springs.
Hardest hit were Gulfport, Biloxi and D'Iberville where residents and businesses owners were stranded and 70 people were rescued.
Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville et d'Ardillieres "exhibited a soldierly ruthlessness, if not something beyond it" (49), while the Abenaki chief Nescambiouit was "a notorious scalper" (51).
En la primavera de 1702, el frances Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville tomo y se asento en la Bahia de la Mobila.
D'IBERVILLE, Mississippi (AP) -- Former 3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell is set to go on trial in Mississippi on Monday on a charge of second-offense driving under the influence of a substance other than alcohol.
For example, "Le Vieux Charlevoix au Lait Cru," an old cheddar from Baie St Paul, or "Le Gre des Champs," a firm ripened cheese from St Athanase d'Iberville, show on their labels the enlarged head of a cow.
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.
US communications holding company announced on Monday the availability of its AT&T U-verse services in parts of Biloxi, D'Iberville, Gulfport, Long Beach, Moss Point and Ocean Springs in Mississippi.
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.
For that reason, this paper limits itself to that dichotomy, even though in reality, the status of a man like Charles Colbert, Marquis de Croissy and Secretary of State of Foreign Affairs, was quite different from that of Charles-Francois de la Bonde d'Iberville, Seigneur of Iberville, even if both were nobles of the robe.