It was called by three names which explain its history, its destination, and its architecture: "The House of the Dauphin
," because Charles V., when Dauphin
, had inhabited it; "The Marchandise," because it had served as town hall; and "The Pillared House" ( domus ad piloria ), because of a series of large pillars which sustained the three stories.
Autovinyle indicates that Chaize SA and Guy Dauphin
Environnement, industrial partners for recycling, pursued their activities in 1999.
North America, an ergonomic chair manufacturer, moved its commercial product showroom over two years ago from the back streets to a more visible spot on the interstate highway in Boonton, N.J., the amount of walk-in traffic took the staff by surprise.
By Roger Chartier, Alain Boureau and Cecile Dauphin
(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1997.
For a complete list of specimens and references, see Dauphin
All four men died when their twin-engined Dauphin
burst into flames during an emergency landing in thick fog.
Graphic Machines' turningintensive workpieces, coupled with mainly short-run lots, caused frequent, time-consuming tool changing.
While Verba chooses to describe a dialogue of men and ideas, Claude Dauphin
focuses on an individual's ideas.
Written by Jacques Dauphin
, who was the French Press Agency (AFP) correspondent in Baghdad between 1950 and 1958, it is published, almost 40 years after the events took place, with the permission of his daughters.
The title descended in the family until 1349, when Humbert III ceded his seigneurie, the Dauphin
e, to Philippe VI (du Valois), one condition being that the heir of France assume the title of le Dauphin
County lawmaker is hoping to ease the financial burden for communities that lose a big chunk of property tax revenue if large power plants like Three Mile Island close.
(NASDAQ: MPB), has said that it is seeking regulatory approval to relocate its branch in Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin
County, Pennsylvania, from Allentown Boulevard to Jonestown Road.