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Vil·lon

 (vē-yōN′), François 1431-1463?
French poet. His satirical lyrics are contained in Le petit testament (c. 1456) and Le testament (c. 1461).

Villon

(French vijɔ̃)
n
1. (Biography) François (frɑ̃swa). born 1431, French poet. His poems, such as those in Le Petit testament (?1456) and Le Grand testament (1461), are mostly ballades and rondeaux, verse forms that he revitalized. He was banished in 1463, after which nothing more was heard of him
2. Jacques (ʒak), real name Gaston Duchamp. 1875–1963, French cubist painter and engraver

Vil•lon

(viˈyɔ̃)

n.
1. François, 1431–63?, French poet.
2. Jacques (Gaston Duchamp), 1875–1963, French painter.
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To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Philippines-France Diplomatic relations, the Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost) released joint special stamps featuring paintings of Filipino artist Macario Vitalis and French painter Jacques Villon.
On peut y decouvrir notamment [beaucoup moins que] After the Flowers [beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que] La femme de George [beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que] La femme de Villon [beaucoup plus grand que] et [beaucoup moins que] La princesse Mononoke [beaucoup plus grand que].
35 rating while Jay Allen Bajar Villon of University of the Philippines Manila topped the Occupational Therapist Licensure Examination with an 84.
The fifteenth-century French poet, Francois Villon, is notable for the frequency with which his poetry has been translated into English, a preference that has claimed for Villon a place in English canonical history.
On Tuesday, Jony Villon, the pushcart retriever detailed at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1, turned over to proper airport authorities the blue transparent envelope containing US$ 4,800 he recovered at the terminal's parking area.
The Aztecs (4-7-1, 1-3-1) finally broke through in the 67th minute on a goal by Abraham Villon.
12) In spite of Rice's old-school criticism, his monograph remains to this day a fixture in Villon bibliographies.
finally, they find villon, tell him the living still read his will.
Made of crude silver called villon, there are still lots of these coins around so at auction it is worth pounds 15-25.
Sin embargo, pese a la admiracion que sentia por el poeta medieval y al gusto que profesaba por los personajes historicos oscuros y "malditos", Schwob no incluyo a Villon en sus Vidas imaginarias.
Olson and Villon, Ginsberg and Catullus, O'Hara and Baudelaire--Rodefer approaches them as colleagues, with envy and admiration.