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chevalier

1. a member of certain orders of merit, such as the French Legion of Honour
2. French history
a. a mounted soldier or knight, esp a military cadet
b. the lowest title of rank in the old French nobility

Chevalier

1. Albert. 1861--1923, British music hall entertainer, remembered for his cockney songs
2. Maurice . 1888--1972, French singer and film actor
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Camille Chevalier may have finished eight over for the tournament at the Omega Dubai Ladies Classic but the 66th spot was just about enough for the Frenchwoman to wrap the Rookie of the Year title.
MSC fathers said the original contract remained valid for the next 41 years because the SHMSI was only renamed Chevalier Inc.
Having readily experienced the positive impact of technological innovations on the productivity and profitability of his various plants over time, Chevalier was keen to look into how he could harness the power of cloud computing to scale up his operational efficiency as suggested by Mathieu Leclerc, founder of Globe Technologie, his IT services supplier.
Alexandre Chevalier is a faculty member of the Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique.
In 1839, optician Charles Chevalier made the world's first optic lens for the camera designed by Louis Daguerre and built by Alphonse Giroux.
1,246 backers kicked in $75 or more, in most cases, but after 14 months, Chevalier said he was abandoning the project and providing refunds.
From then on in my French classes I spoke like Maurice Chevalier.
Director Brillante Mendoza was conferred the title Chevalier (Knight) in the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Order of Arts and Letters) in a reception led by French Ambassador Gilles Garachon at his residenceThursday evening.
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Chevalier, a 27-year-old mother who struggled with drug addiction and took to the streets to feed her vice.
Best known for Girl with a Pearl Earring (1999), which fictionalizes the relationship between Vermeer and his housemaid in 17th-century Holland, Tracy Chevalier has, in other novels, explored such topics as the suffragette movement in Edwardian London; the creation of intricate tapestries in 15th-century Flanders; and the life of 18th-century English poet William Blake.