Pepin


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Pep•in

(ˈpɛp ɪn)

n.
( “the Short” ) died A.D. 768, king of the Franks 751–768 (father of Charlemagne).
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Noun1.Pepin - king of the Franks and father of Charlemagne who defended papal interests and founded the Carolingian dynasty in 751 (714-768)
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In twenty horses for saddle and draught, which I have particularly at my chateau of Pierrefonds, and which are called - Bayard, Roland, Charlemagne, Pepin, Dunois, La Hire, Ogier, Samson, Milo, Nimrod, Urganda, Armida, Flastrade, Dalilah, Rebecca, Yolande, Finette, Grisette, Lisette, and Musette.
And if truth to life is the main thing the drama should keep in view, how is it possible for any average understanding to be satisfied when the action is supposed to pass in the time of King Pepin or Charlemagne, and the principal personage in it they represent to be the Emperor Heraclius who entered Jerusalem with the cross and won the Holy Sepulchre, like Godfrey of Bouillon, there being years innumerable between the one and the other?
They set out, passing over the Pont Neuf; they pursued their way along the quay then called L'Abreuvoir Pepin, and went along by the walls of the Grand Chatelet.
While working with existing commercial customers, Pepin will also focus on building new relationships with business owners.
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Last year around this time, legendary chef Jacques Pepin dropped by the Rachael Ray TV show to help prepare some traditional holiday a fare.
Jacques Pepin, the consummate charming chef, has taught us to cook everything from the most complex to the simplest dishes.
MADRID -- An intramuscular inactivated quadrivalent influenza vaccine reduced the risk of laboratory-confirmed influenza by up to 69% in previously unvaccinated children aged 6-35 months in a large randomized trial, Stephanie Pepin, MD, reported at the annual meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases.
After years of expansion, and with various locations throughout town, it was time to streamline the operations, said CEO Luc Pepin, who runs the company with his brother, Denis.