Duparc


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Duparc

(French dypark)
n
(Biography) Henri (ɑ̃ri), full name Marie Eugène Henri Fouques Duparc. 1848–1933, French composer of songs noted for their sad brooding quality
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A Henri Duparc B Antonin Dvorak C Paul Dukas D Sir Peter Maxwell Davies 14.
Goethe's doomed Mignon appears in both languages, from Duparc and Wolf.
Esto quiere decir que, el dibujo permite deducir eventos fisiologicos, patologicos y quirurgicos (Clavert, Bouchaib, Duparc y Kahn, 2012).
Nineteenth-Century French Song: Faure, Chausson, Duparc, and Debussy.
The Senegalese tirailleurs stationed in campements during World War One relied on the letters of their wives for morale (Duparc 2010).
Sur fond de romance, [beaucoup moins que]Caramel[beaucoup plus grand que], dernier film realise par Henri Duparc, est egalement a l'affiche.
Thames Valley Police officers are appealing for witnesses to the attack, which happened in Duparc Close, Milton Keynes, to contact them.
They are divided into traditional classifications, including Schatzker, AO, Hohl and Moore, and Chertsey, based on simple bi-dimensional radiographs; newly described classifications, including Luo's three column concept and the revised Duparc classification;[5] and the 'Ten segment classification',[6] which is based on bi- and tri-dimensional computed tomography.