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Dupleix

(French dyplɛks)
n
(Biography) Marquis Joseph François (ʒozɛf frɑ̃swa). 1697–1763, French governor general in India (1742–54). His plan to establish a French empire in India was frustrated by Clive
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Address : 32 Bd Dupleix Cs 29029 29196 Quimper Cedex F
The French anti-submarine frigate Dupleix is to join on Monday the country's vessels in the Black Sea.
First up was Le Dupleix. Once the home of the town's Mayor, this heritage hotel derives its name and some of its furniture from Pondicherry's famed Governor, Joseph Francois Dupleix.
The powerful Jacob Dupleix, owner of Style, is used to controlling his empire but gives in to Victoria's pushy demands.
Upright Burials managing director Tony Dupleix said Heywood's family held a wake but, as agreed with the deceased, were not present at the burial that was attended by eight cemetery and burial service officials.
The Dupleix filing cabinet or the Mazarin cabinets will make you feel as though you are somewhere slightly more exotic.
Dupleix is known to her readers in the UK as the Times Cook.
Jill Dupleix,cookery writer for The Times,believes there is nothing to beat a pie,especially if it's been given a modern treatment.
Fortunately Jill Dupleix's new book, Simple Food, out now, is crammed with exotic ideas which can be prepared and on the table in half-an-hour, leaving you to enjoy a chilled glass of wine in the summer sunshine in double-quick time.
At the centre of this examination stand two Frenchmen, Joseph Francois Dupleix and Bertrand Francois Mahe de la Bourdonnais, and their dispute over the goals of French imperialism in India.
"When people have a traditional burial there is the process of manufacturing a coffin, which is often made out of wood or a man-made fibre, and there is regularly a plastic tray inside the coffin too," the Telegraph quoted Tony Dupleix, managing director, as saying.