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  1. 1er octobre — Wikipédia

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    1 er septembre 1 er novembre Chronologies thématiques Croisades Ferroviaires Sports Disney Anarchisme Catholicisme Abréviations / Voir aussi (° 1852) = né en 1852 († 1885) = mort en 1885 a.s. = calendrier julien n.s. = calendrier grégorien Calendrier Calendrier perpétuel Liste de calendriers modifier Le 1 er octobre est le 274 e jour de l' année du grégorien , le 275 e en cas d ...

  2. 1er octobre - Wikiwand

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    Le 1er octobre est le 274e jour de l'année du grégorien, le 275e en cas d'année bissextile. Il reste 91 jours avant la fin de l'année.

  3. JonOne - Wikipedia

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    1er octobre 1990 – 16 octobre 1990 – Atelier Clavel – Peintures, Post-graffiti, Taggs – Exposition collective (Jon, Merot, Meo, Axone, Banga) – Paris, France 3 août 1990 – Spraycan Art – The Bad Boys Crew – Exposition collective (Ash Two, Jay One, Skki, JonOne) – Allemagne

  4. Michel Forget (aviator) - Wikipedia

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    Michel Claude André Forget (4 May 1927 – 1 October 2020) was a French military pilot.

    • Military pilot
    • French
  5. Jeanne d'Angoulême - Wikipedia

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    Jeanne was born in Angoulême about 1490, the illegitimate daughter of Charles, Count of Angoulême and his mistress Antoinette de Polignac. Antoinette served as the chatelaine of the Charles' chateaux, and became a lady-in-waiting and confidante to his young wife Louise of Savoy whom he married on 16 February 1488.

    • 1531/1538, France
    • c. 1490 (legitimised August 1501), Angoulême, France
  6. Élisabeth Badinter - Wikipedia

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    "Elisabeth Badinter distorts feminism the better to fight it", isyphe.rog, Elaine Audet, 1er octobre 2003 Steven Erlanger and Maïa de la Baume, "In Defense of the Imperfect Mother" , The New York Times , 6 June 2010.

  7. Pascal Jardin - Wikipedia

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    Pascal Jardin (14 May 1934, Paris – 30 July 1980, Villejuif) was a French screenwriter.

  8. Collective Against Islamophobia in France - Wikipedia

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    The Collective Against Islamophobia in France (French: Collectif contre l'islamophobie en France; abbreviated CCIF) was a French non-profit organisation, created in 2003 and dissolved in 2020, which mission was to combat discriminations towards Muslims in France, providing legal support to victims of such discriminations.

  9. Gérard Larcher - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Gérard Philippe René André Larcher (born 14 September 1949) is a French politician. He has been the President of the Senate since 2014. He was also the Senate President from 2008 to 2011.

  10. Jean-Pierre Bel - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Jean-Pierre Bel (born 30 December 1951) is a French retired politician. He was President of the Senate from 2011 to 2014. Bel is a member of the Socialist Party.. He was elected to the Senate in September 1998 and re-elected in September 2008.

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