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  1. Membre de l’équipe de basketball des Nomades du CEGEP Montmorency, de 2016 à 2018. Nommé joueur de basketball de l’année 2018 de l’Association canadienne du sport collégial. Alix est un jeune homme dynamique, responsable et persévérant. Il aime travailler avec les jeunes et transmettre sa passion pour le basketball. Hugo Adin Basketball

  2. See also Geoffrey of Villehardouin on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer . VILLEHARDOUIN, GEOFFROY DE ( c. 1160– c. 1213), the first vernacular historian of France, and perhaps of modern Europe, who possesses literary merit, is rather supposed than known to have been born at the château from which he took his name ...

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    The history of mountain climbing in the Alps, with plenty of strange characters and exciting adventures, death-defying feats, and of course, death-inducing feats. Very good. interesting material presented really well, plenty of background on the weird bunch of mostly British Victorians who invented the sport of mountaineering, although of ...

  5. Alix Le Clerc (2 February 1576 – 9 January 1622), known as Mother Alix, was the foundress of the Canonesses of St. Augustine of the Congregation of Our Lady (Notre-Dame), a religious Order founded to provide education to girls, especially those living in poverty. New!!: Vatican City and Alix Le Clerc · See more » Allessandro Liberati

  6. Oct 31, 2020 · 69 E. Moniz, “Dr Joseph Babinski,” Lisboa Médica 1932 (IX): 1065. 70 Charpentier, Un grand médecin. 71 Archives de l’Evêché de Pontoise, Registres des actes de sépulture, Paroisse de Montmorency, années 1897, 1899, 1931, 1932 [Archives of the Pontoise bishopric, regis-ter of burial acts, Montmorency parish, for the years 1897, 1899 ...

  7. Jun 30, 2018 · Abbé Pierre, OFM Cap, (born Henri Marie Joseph Grouès; 5 August 1912 – 22 January 2007) was a French Catholic priest, member of the Resistance during World War II, and deputy of the Popular Republican Movement (MRP). New!!: Paris and Abbé Pierre · See more » Abbevillian

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