Dunois


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Dunois

(French dynwa)
n
(Biography) Jean (ʒɑ̃), Comte de Dunois, known as the Bastard of Orléans. ?1403–68, French military commander, who defended Orléans against the English until the siege was raised by Joan of Arc (1429)
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in classic literature ?
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.
Tower International has completed the sale of all of its European Operations to Financiere SNOP Dunois, a privately owned French automotive supplier.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 11, 2018-Tower to Sell its European Operations to FinanciAre SNOP Dunois
Auto Business News-December 10, 2018--Tower International signs stock purchase agreement related to sale of European Operations to Financiere SNOP Dunois
The narratives rarely if ever overlap, so the reader never experiences conflicting perspectives, information, or interpretations as each narrator testifies to the events he or she witnessed or--in the case of the literary ingenue Nathalie Dunois, who is writing a biography of Lou with, she writes, the "humble" aspiration of "contributing to the literature on the mystery of evil"--has heard about.
12SNOP - Washington French company, Financiere SNOP Dunois (FSD) Group, chose Sunderland as its first UK manufacturing site in March 2012.
La actividad editorial de Denne jeune continua bajo el Consulado y el Imperio, con la publicacion, en 1801, de Observations critiques sur le roman d'Atala de Andre Morellet (1727-1819), obra breve (72 paginas) del filosofo y escritor partidario de la Revolucion de 1789 y colaborador de la gran Encyclopedie de Diderot y de D'Alembert, que Denne reeditaria en 1812; en 1803, de Jean-Francois Dognon, Dunois ou l'eleve de Mars et de l'Amour.
C'est le cas de plusieurs entreprises dont Snop Dunois, specialisee dans l'emboutissage des petites pieces metalliques, qui s'est installee a la TFZ, ou encore Visteon, equipementier americain, qui est en cours d'installation a Tetouan.
Concerning the Comte de Dunois, who assisted Joan of Arc in the siege of