Saint-Pierre


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Saint-Pierre

(French sɛ̃ pjɛr)
n
(Placename) a town on the coast of the French island of Martinique, destroyed by the eruption of Mont Pelée in 1902 with the loss of about 30 000 lives; later partly rebuilt

Saint-Pierre

(French sɛ̃pjɛr)
n
(Biography) Jacques Henri Bernardin de (ʒak ɑ̃ri bɛrnardɛ̃ də). 1737–1814, French author; his work, which was greatly influenced by the writings of Rousseau, includes Voyage à l'Île de France (1773), Études de la nature (1784, 1788), and La chaumière indienne (1791)
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"Saint-Pierre. Now look again -- in the faubourg on the left, do you see another cross?"
As well as making it easier and faster for travellers to book stays in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the new website reflects the brand's position, with new sections that allow users to live out the Saint-Pierre and Miquelon “experience.”
Unlike most critics, Duflo refers to the author as Saint-Pierre rather than Bernardin (the latter option is usually adopted to avoid confusion with the abbe de Saint-Pierre).
Jean Pierre Sabourin, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC), is pleased to announce the appointment of Guy Saint-Pierre as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Corporation.
Pauline (Juliette Binoche), the wife of Saint-Pierre's commandant (Daniel Auteil), has taken over the care and cause of convicted murderer Neel Auguste (Emir Kusturica), and in the months it takes for a guillotine to arrive from Martinique she manages to help her charge and neighbors rediscover their humanity.
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