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 (mēsh-ə-lā′, mēsh-lā′), Jules 1798-1874.
French historian noted for his lively 17-volume Histoire de France (1833-1867).
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(French miʃəle)
(Biography) Jules (ʒyl). 1798–1874, French historian, noted esp for his Histoire de France (17 vols, 1833–67)
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Jules, 1798–1874, French historian.
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I remembered Michelet's "To man, woman is as the earth was to her legendary son; he has but to fall down and kiss her breast and he is strong again." For the first time I knew the wonderful truth of his words.
It is upon these banks, and on these waters, says Michelet, that man is renewed in one of the most powerful climates of the globe.
They went up to the library for coffee, and Archer lit a cigar and took down a volume of Michelet. He had taken to history in the evenings since May had shown a tendency to ask him to read aloud whenever she saw him with a volume of poetry: not that he disliked the sound of his own voice, but because he could always foresee her comments on what he read.
No grande seculo do romance, Michelet poderia ter sido um grande
The five conversations cover the sociologist's craft; illusions and knowledge; structures and the individual; habitus and field; and Manet, Flaubert, and Michelet. Distributed in the US by Wiley.
Salah bin Ali Abdulrahman today met Ambassador and Director of the Political Affairs Division IV (Human Security) of the Federal Department for Foreign Affairs (FDFA) Laud Wild, Human Rights Policy Section Head Martin Michelet, Swiss Ambassador to Bahrain Etienne Thevoz and Regional Coordinator for the Middle East deputy coordinator Stephan Kellenberger.
La correspondance ici presentee vient en quelque sorte en complement des Lettres d'exil a Michelet a et a divers amis (Paris: Calmann-Levy, 1885-56) dont la veuve d'Edgar Quinet, Hermione Quinet, avait assure l'edition.
A forecast spike in unpredictable weather events - hurricanes chief among them - is another major source of concern, says Dominique Michelet, a specialist of American archaeology at the CNRS.
Fabienne Michelet, in one of the books under consideration here, goes so far as to contend that "hegemonic processes and attempts at delineating a national community are of all times" (2006, 12).