(1795): Second Memoire sur l'organisation et les rapports des animaux a sang blanc, dans lequel on traite de la structure des Mollusques et de leur division en ordre, lu a la societe d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris, le 11 prairial
"Floreal, Germinal, Prairial
" Headpiece, tailpiece, and initial by W.
The commanding officer of the frigate Prairial
said in an interview aboard the multimission maritime surveillance vessel docked at the port of Manila he was hopeful the Philippines would give the French a shot at supplying vessels to its naval force, one ill-equipped to protect the country's vast coastline and economic zone.
M., Chokron, S., Leclercq, M., Marchal, F., Martin, Y., De Montety, G., Olivier, S., Perennou, D., Pradat-Diehl, P., Prairial
, C., Rode, G., Sieroff, E., Wiart, L., & Rousseaux, M.
Ferrand to Sandoval, 2 Prairial
an 12 (22 May 1804), CARAN Colonies CC/9a/40.
(12) Thus, rather than immediately abolishing the Revolutionary Tribunal, the Thermidorians merely revoked the notorious law of 22 prairial
II (10 June 1794), which had sent executions soaring in the previous six weeks, purged its personnel, and authorized acquittais on the basis of "criminal intent." (13) But even the revamped tribunal remained a travesty of judicial norms.
Here, then, the inability to distinguish between objective guilt and innocence lies not with the vagueness of the law (e.g., Article V of the Law of Prairial
(1794)) or the inadequacies of the judicial proceedings.
Tarawa, the French frigate Prairial
, and Coast Guard cutter Bertholf exchanged crew members while an Allouette-3 helicopter from Prairial
conducted flight operations from Tarawa's flight deck.
Although she recognizes the marginalization of women after the autumn of 1793 and the uprisings of Prairial
, she emphasizes women's natural centrality in the ongoing tension between private and public spheres.