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Jean

(zhäN), 1921–, grand duke of Luxembourg (1964–2000); son of CharlotteCharlotte,
1896–1985, grand duchess of Luxembourg (1919–64). The second daughter of Duke William of Nassau-Weilburg and a Portuguese princess, Marie Anne of Braganza, she succeeded her sister, Marie-Adelaide, who had abdicated in her favor. In Nov.
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, grand duchess of Luxembourg, and Felix, prince of Bourbon-Parma. He fought with Great Britain's Irish Guards in World War II. In 1953, Jean married Princess Josephine Charlotte, daughter of Leopold IIILeopold III,
1901–83, king of the Belgians (1934–51), son and successor of Albert I. In 1936, Leopold announced a fundamental change in foreign policy; Belgium abandoned its military alliance with France in favor of a return to neutrality.
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, former king of Belgium. Jean was made deputy to his mother in 1961, virtually assuming the powers of head of state. In 1964 he became grand duke. He abdicated in favor of his son Henri in 2000.

Jean

born 1921, grand duke of Luxembourg from 1964

JEAN

(language)
A dialect of JOSS.

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There's an obscenely sacrilegious sex rite with enslaved naked nuns and a premature burial that almost kills poor Jean (and he's not even the one being buried).
The tax adviser explains to Ellen and Jean that if X does not elect S status, its losses would produce no current tax savings but, instead, would carry forward for use against future income recognized by X in regular C status years.
After getting to know a little about Jean, her individual dimensions, and her reasons for entering counseling, the counselor ended the first session by asking Jean to complete a Biographical Information form (Lofquist & Dawis, 1991) first and then the Minnesota Importance Questionnaire (Rounds et al.
But Jean found a quick solution--a commercially zoned building with an apartment upstairs right in the neighborhood.
In 1977, Jean turned the clinic over to his son Jean-Bernard, who later built a completely new clinic and hospital and named it after Jean Causse.
In December 2000, Rutgers University Press published a new study, Jean Toomer and the Harlem Renaissance: Dream-Fluted Cane, by French scholars Genevieve Fabre and Michel Feith.
Before concentrating on Molinet, Randall introduces us to the writings of Jean Gerson, whose nominalistic epistemology goes hand in hand with a moderate mysticism, an emphasis on affective contemplation as a means by which the will can approach the divine.
Jean barely realized I was there--she was fussing with the hang of a doorway that had been cut into the painted drop.
It's Polly Jean serving notice that she's signed on for the whole ride, up and down that long, muddy river.
Section 2 of A Jean Toomer Reader is composed solely of an autobiographical excerpt entitled "The Experience.
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