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Michelet

Jules . 1798--1874, French historian, noted esp for his Histoire de France (17 vols, 1833--67)
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Archaeologists had managed to stabilize the main temple, but the buildings became saturated with water and collapsed inward," Michelet said.
Still, we are optimistic about the long term outcome for Chile as an attractive and profitable production region," said CEO Michelet.
Michelet is concerned with how the Anglo-Saxons see themselves in relation to the land they inhabit and to the wider world, in which, according to inherited learned tradition, Britain was a remote and peripheral place.
We tripled our company's size last year and doubled it this year, and probably will double it again next year," said Michelet.
Michelet begins by taking the reader into his confidence, much in fact as Carlyle, twenty years before, after entertaining, cajoling and amazing his reader had concluded with the following recognition of the need for such a partnership:
From the revolution of the "people" of Jules Michelet through the Marxist interpretation of Georges Lefebvre, (1) probably the greatest academic historian of the subject, and up to the present, explanations of the revolution have hinged on understanding one or another social group.
Atofina, Direction de la Communication/Public Affairs Division, 4-8 cours Michelet, La Defense 10, F-92091 Paris La Defense Cedex, France.
Pierre Tattevin, * Cedric Arvieux, * Mathieu Dupont, * Pascal Guggenbuhl, ([dagger]) Alexandre Lemeur, ([dagger]) and Christian Michelet *
The French edition of 'The Love of Many Things', his 1990 biography of Van Gogh, won the Prix Jules Michelet.
The Web is a universal standard,'' said Bob Michelet, a spokesman for Cisco in California.
It showed Manet to have presided over a comprehensive program that included subtle allusions to the issues raised by Jules Michelet and Theophile Thore, public intellectuals who promoted the politics of international harmony and cultural universalism - a political modernism to accord with worldwide economic and social progress.
One of the aims of the competition for adding to and rehabilitating the Jules Michelet college of secondary education in the rue du docteur Bauer was to give a focus and some sense of new life to the south of the area.