vidame


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vidame

(ˈviːdɑːm)
n
a French feudal nobleman
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It was certainly a unique occasion for the event which attracted both owners and car enthusiasts not only from across France but throughout Europe along with thousands of spectators who descended on the village of La Ferte Vidame, some 78 miles west of Paris.
We are at La Ferte Vidame, the legendary Citroen test track about two hours from Paris and we are here to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the marque.
The French celebration is expected to see the biggest gathering of Citroen vehicles ever when it takes place from July 19-21 at La Ferte Vidame, Perche, Normandy.
Les recits enchasses racontes par Mme de Chartres a sa fille dans la premiere moitie de l'ouvrage et, surtout, les episodes amoureux concernant Sancerre et le Vidame de Chartres, amis ou parents proches de M.
One of the clearest examples of this rampant transmission is found in Nemours's indiscreet communication with the vidame de Chartres after having heard the Princess's astonishing aveu--her courageous but ill-fated attempt to isolate the disease: "Ce prince etait si rempli de sa passion ...
The rich and mighty, represented by Vidame Inky and her family, live comfortably in Lumino; the poor, exemplified by the renegade Tropang Gising, struggle in Diliman.
Antoinette de Langeais Jeanne Balibar Armand de Montriveau Guillaume Depardieu Princesse de Blamont-Chauvry Bulle Ogler Vidame de Pamiers Michel Piccoli Le Duc de Grandlieu Barbet Schroeder With: Anne Cantineau, Mathias Jung, Julie Judd, Marc Barbe, Nicolas Bouchaud, Thomas Durand, Beppe Chierici, Victoria Zinny, Remo Girone, Paul Chevillard.
The sale leader at 25,000gns was Garracloon Vidame, a rising two-year-old who had collected the senior and overall supreme championships the previous day for Sean McGovern and his 11-year-old daughter Eimear, of Clogher, County Tyrone.
(11) Vidame de Pamiers: "Celui-la, ma chere duchesse ...
The famous episode of the vidame's los t letter pushes this topos to the limit: after the vidame drops the letter (itself a confidential communication from his mistress), it is passed "confidentially" from Chastelart to the reine dauphine to Mine de Cleves to her husband to Nemours, who is in love with Mine de Cleves, and back to the vidame.
His death Prompts the eccentric Vidame de Poitiers to contact Septimanie, placing in her possession a bundle of correspondence relating the Count's great love for Septimanie and news of his little-known, illegitimate half-brother, Severin.