Bienville


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Bien•ville

(byɛ̃ˈvil)

n. Jean Baptiste Le Moyne,
Sieur de,
1680–1768, French governor of Louisiana.
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Unfortunately she had mislaid or lost Mademoiselle Reisz's card, and looking up her address in the city directory, she found that the woman lived on Bienville Street, some distance away.
In truth, he did not want to know her at all, or anything concerning her--the most disagreeable and unpopular woman who ever lived in Bienville Street.
Bienville National Forest, Bienville Wildlife Management Area, Copiah County Wildlife Management Area, Homochitto National Forest, Caston Creek Wildlife Management Area, Leaf River Wildlife Management Area, and Desoto National Forest all possess world-class habitats and fantastic hunting opportunities.
20 (1720) Le Moyne de Bienville abandoned "Old Biloxi" (now Ocean Springs) and established "New Biloxi" (Biloxi) as the new capitol of the French Colony of Louisiana.
25 (1699) Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville named the Bay of St.
Minden and Angie fields inRusk, Panola, Shelby, San Augustine and Nacogdoches counties, Texas; and Vernon, Ada and Bryceland, West fields in Webster, Jackson and Bienville parishes, Louisiana.
On the eve of the wedding the groom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at the Bienville Club atop the Regions Bank building in downtown Mobile, Alabama.
Tenders are invited for Lower Bay Road Railroad Signals for Road Crossings 747T and 748A, Port Bienville Industrial Park