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Foch

 (fôsh, fŏsh), Ferdinand 1851-1929.
French marshal and commander in chief of Allied forces on the western front in World War I.
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Foch

(French fɔʃ)
n
(Biography) Ferdinand (fɛrdinɑ̃). 1851–1929, marshal of France; commander in chief of Allied armies on the Western front in World War I (1918)
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Foch

(fɒʃ, fɔʃ)

n.
Ferdinand, 1851–1929, French marshal.
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Suppose we say "Caesar was 2,000 years before Foch," we express a certain temporal relation between Caesar and Foch; but we cannot allow
2,000 years to elapse between our image of Caesar and our image of Foch. This is perhaps not a fair example, since "2,000 years before" is not a direct relation.
The form of Avenue Foch's Salisbury maiden last back end is solid, with the first, second and fifth all winning subsequently.
Adolf Hitler sat in the same seat that Ferdinand Foch sat in 1918 and took the carriage back to Germany to put it on display.
They had to shave in their wagon before they could meet Marshal Foch and Admiral Wemyss.
On the French side Eric Becourt-Foch, great-grandson of Marshal A-Ferdinand Foch, says his ancestor had a very personal reason for relishing his signing of the Armistice.
Although Foch was at first unimpressed, he was soon won over by Wilson's enthusiasm and openness, as well as his command of the French language.
Therapeutic ultrasound company EDAP TMS SA (NasdaqGM:EDAP) reported on Wednesday the divestiture of Focal One HIFU system to Foch Hospital, Paris for an undisclosed amount.
Foch was appointed by the firm about seven months ago and he is to be replaced by Jose Placido, who will take on the role in addition to his existing role as global head of client development and strategy.
One of the key changes to the original plans calls for using Foch Avenue, a private street off Franklin Street, as the access to a new maintenance garage that will be built within the CSX terminal site.
Yn amlach na pheidio, mi fydda i'n dod ar draws y gragen foch felen - un wag, wedi'i golchi i fyny ar y lan.