Pepin I

Pepin I

(pĕp`ĭn), d. 838, king of Aquitaine (817–38), son of Louis ILouis I
or Louis the Pious,
Fr. Louis le Pieux or Louis le Débonnaire, 778–840, emperor of the West (814–40), son and successor of Charlemagne. He was crowned king of Aquitaine in 781 and co-emperor with his father in 813.
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, emperor of the West. He joined in the uprisings of 830 and 833 against Louis, but each time helped to restore him shortly afterward.
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In September and October, Latin celebrity chef Chef Pepin is hosting cooking demonstrations at several Winn-Dixie stores in Miami and Hialeah, Fla.
Whether it's lawn bowling or making an omelet as bright and unblemished as the noontime sun, Pepin is, above all things, a teacher.
Chef Pepin is an icon to Hispanics and Latinos everywhere," says Steve Kaczynski, chief executive officer.
But today, despite careful planning and the input of a bevy of experts, Pepin is still at least a year away from being fully digitized.
Pepin is survived by a brother, Robert Pepin of Colorado Springs and several nieces and nephews.
Although Pepin is faced with the formidable task of reaccreditation, he radiates a visible excitement when talking about the College's promising future.
Pepin is a really creative person with good ideas for designing not only ergonomic pieces, but he is also a great artist.
Pepin is a 50-year-old nurse and mother of two whose husband died of a brain tumor in 1989.
Pepin is a master chef, cooking teacher, columnist for Food and Wine and the celebrated host of award-winning cooking shows on National Public Television.