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see BrunhildaBrunhilda
or Brunehaut
, d. 613, Frankish queen, wife of Sigebert I of the East Frankish kingdom of Austrasia; daughter of Athanagild, the Visigothic king of Spain.
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On 8th July began working on defence systems at Brunehaut Farm and between 12th and 15th July moved up to the front line by bus.
As Marc-Antoine De Mees of Brunehaut Brewery recently told PRI, "InBev is my best friend, and my worst enemy..."They have marketed Belgian beer worldwide, and Belgian beer is known because of that.
The printed waste used as the front endpaper pastedown has the word "Fredegonde" in capitals at the tail; this is the catch-word from the prelims of another book, Fredegonde et Brunehaut. The other side (which is pasted to the paper cover) contains an Avertissement (commonly printed at the front of the book, here immediately preceding the title-page) for this historical novel by Jacques-Marie Boutet de Monvel (174z-1812).
To register, contact the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), tel: (+32) 2/223 22 65 - E-mail:* Rural Life - The Stakes: A colloquium will take place in Brunehaut, Wallonia, on 12 May, organised by ACCS (Community Cultural and Social Action).
The most successful of his later plays was Fredegonde et Brunehaut (1821), a "regular" tragedy in which he claimed to portray, from early French history, a modern equivalent of the classic House of Atreus theme.
The brands, which include a 7% abv Blond, 8% abv Brune and 9% abv Tripel, are produced at the Brunehaut Brewery in Belgium.
Derieux, Unite de genetique et d'amelioration des plantes, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Domaine Brunehaut, F-80200 Estrees-Mons, France; J.