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n. pl.1.A reformed branch of the Bernardines, founded in 1577 at Feuillans, near Toulouse, in France.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Yet the Atlantic Seaboard city brings him hours closer to his family, who he visits once a year--and closer to the places where his mentors shaped him: Hotel Martinez La Palme d'Or in Cannes under Chef Christian Wilier (who recently passed away); Paris where he worked at Alain Dutournier's two-star Basque-influenced Carre des Feuillants; Restaurant Le Laurent under Philippe Braun, and Taillevant under Michel del Burgo.
Cistercians of all stripes (Common Observance, Trappists, Abstinents, Feuillants) contributed less than 10 per cent of the collection.
Este relato tiene como trasfondo el descanso eterno de Montaigne, como bien lo escribe Edwards: "Dejamos los restos de Michel de Montaigne, separados de su corazon, enterrados en la iglesia bordelesa de los Feuillants. Nos imaginamos el dolor de su mujer, de su hija, las caras de circunstancias de los vecinos que asistieron a la misa de difuntos, de la servidumbre" (243).
In exploring these alternatives, Sonenscher rewrites the political history of the early Revolution, interpreting both the Feuillants and Girondins as driven by a concern to establish a new system of credit that would underpin a new kind of state.
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And now double-Michelin star chef Alain Dutournier of the Carre des Feuillants restaurant in Paris has joined the culinary fans of PGI Welsh lamb and awarded it 'supreme status' on his restaurant menu.
Her account begins, then, with the ascetic impulse and the creation of new orders such as the Feuillants, recognized by the Pope in 1587.