Chardin


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Chardin

(French ʃardɛ̃)
n
(Biography) Jean-Baptiste Siméon (ʒɑ̃batist simeɔ̃). 1699–1779, French still-life and genre painter, noted for his subtle use of scumbled colour

Char•din

(ʃarˈdɛ̃)

n.
1. Jean Baptiste Siméon (ʒɑ̃) 1699–1779, French painter.
2. Pierre Teilhard de, Teilhard de Chardin.
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At the ministry to which Rabourdin belonged there flourished, as general-secretary, a certain Monsieur Clement Chardin des Lupeaulx, one of those men whom the tide of political events sends to the surface for a few years, then engulfs on a stormy night, but whom we find again on a distant shore, tossed up like the carcass of a wrecked ship which still seems to have life in her.
With their eyes fixed on the carnivora, they pay no attention to the reptiles; happily, they abandon to the writers of comedy the shading and colorings of a Chardin des Lupeaulx.
His position, so far as it went, was a good one, and Clement Chardin des Lupeaulx flourished in it like a tree planted in good soil.
But when Stroeve spoke of Chardin it was not without reason, and she reminded me curiously of that pleasant housewife in her mob-cap and apron whom the great painter has immortalised.
She also sets Boucher, Chardin, and Fragonard in the wider intellectual context of the Enlightenment.
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin a doctor of the church--or at least removing the "warning" from his writings--would give the Jesuit scientist and philosopher more legitimacy in the church, his supporters say And two separate petitions to the Vatican aim to do just that.
Contract notice: rehabilitation of the existing building used for boarding (in1) at ltrh jean baptiste simeon chardin de gerardmer.
El corazon de la materia indaga en la lucha interna de Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955) por conciliar el pensamiento evolucionista y la fe.
Their topics include the mysticism of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Achille Gagliardi and the northern mystics, science as a mystical quest: Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Henri de Lubac (1896-1991) and contemporary mystical theology, and Hugo M Enomiya-Lassalle: Zen-enlightenment and Christianity.
But the President wants it as simple as possible,' said designer Bobby Castillo of Chardin Davao, a high-end fashion house here.
Highlander Alan Sinclair swept into the semi-finals of the pairs with Stewart Innes, finishing second in a heat behind France's Germain Chardin and Dorian Mortelette.
When Pierre Teilhard de Chardin died in New York City on Easter Sunday, 1955, the 73-year-old priestpaleontologist-philosopher was out of sorts with his church.