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Chirac

Jacques (René) . born 1932, French Gaullist politician: president of France from 1995; prime minister (1974--76 and 1986--88); mayor of Paris (1977--95)
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Acquisition of books by the General Council of Correze departement for Lending Library, departmental archives, the Jacques Chirac museum and the Legal Service (following an initial consultation declared unsuccessful for no1 lot).
Jean-Luc Barre, un historien et ecrivain qui a aide Jacques Chirac a rediger ses memoires, a pourtant declare hier mardi a Reuters que Jacques Chirac ne donnait pas dans l'humour.
What I hope is that this ruling doesn't change in any way the deep affection the French feel legitimately for Jacques Chirac.
Jacques Chirac served as the president of France, the prime minister of the country, and the mayor of Paris.
And, thanks to the film's rocking reception in French theaters, it appears that French President Jacques Chirac will finally do the right thing.
Jacques Chirac, the President of France, says he is determined to defend the role of French across Europe, and France thinks it has at least part of the answer: free French classes for E.
The coalition government of President Jacques Chirac and Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin is doing its best to play down the violence and to claim that they have everything under control.
Airbus's management changes and restructuring program are expected to be a prime topic at today's Franco-German summit in Paris, with French President Jacques Chirac, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and their economic advisers discussing what role the respective governments should play in monitoring the aircraft manufacturer's Power8 cost-cutting plan.
President Jacques Chirac started 2006 by declaring his determination to make it "a useful year for France".
The solidarity tax idea was promoted by French President Jacques Chirac.
THE unrest across France was the sign of a "profound malaise" that must be met with firmness, but also fairness, President Jacques Chirac said.
FRENCH president Jacques Chirac declared himself in good shape as he left a military hospital yesterday.