Senlis


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Senlis

(săNlēs`), town (1990 pop. 15,226), Oise dept., N central France, on the Nonette River. Wood products and mechanical and electrical equipment are the chief manufactures. Senlis has some of the best preserved monuments in France, including walls and towers from Gallo-Roman times and medieval ramparts and bastions. The Church of Notre Dame (12th–13th cent.) is one of the early masterpieces of Gothic architecture. Senlis also has a 15th-century town hall and the ruins of a château once inhabited by the first kings of France.
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Raoul motioned to the host to approach, threw a crown upon the table, mounted his horse, and posted his letter at Senlis.
My friend," said Andrea, "I was coming from Montefontaine to Senlis, when my horse, which is a troublesome creature, stumbled and threw me.
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Martin Provost previously directed 2008's critically acclaimed "Seraphine," based on the life of outsider artist SAaAaAeA@raphine Louis, known as SAaAaAeA@rap de Senlis.
Il s'agit de Karim Ayache qui arrive du club francais de National, USM Senlis.
Es la historia de Seraphine Louis conocida tambien como Seraphine de Senlis (Yolande Moreau), una simple y profunda devota ama de casa que en 1905 a la edad 41 anos, autodidacta que con la instigacion de su angel de la guarda comenzo a pintar lienzos brillantemente coloridos.
The champion miler in Europe at three and four, Selkirk has sired 73 individual Group winners, 11 of whom triumphed at the highest level, including this season's Premio Presidente della Repubblica winner, Senlis.
The Taliban now has a permanent presence in 72 percent of the country," ICOS, formerly known as the Senlis Council, said in the report, adding that the figure had risen from 54 percent last year.
Just as picturesque for different reasons is the medieval village of Senlis, which boasts its own Gothic cathedral, dating from the 12th century.
Synopsis: The unusual and tragic life of SE[umlaut]raphine de Senlis, who was born in the mid-19th century and worked as a shepherd, a housewife and a painter before finally going mad.
I visit websites such as CDAI (On Track), the Senlis Council, and Esprit de Corps.
The Senlis Council, a research group based in Afghanistan, claims recent killings show how the Taliban was regaining strongholds throughout the country.