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Giraudoux

(Hyppolyte) Jean . 1882--1944, French dramatist. His works include the novel Suzanne et le Pacifique (1921) and the plays Amphitryon 38 (1929) and La Guerre de Troie n'aura pas lieu (1935)
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(16.) Bompangue D, Vesenbeckh SM, Giraudoux P, Castro M, Muyembe JJ, Kebela Ilunga B, et al.
It has been hypothesized that such setting might modulate multiannual fluctuations in abundance of fossorial water voles directly by slowing dispersion and indirectly by the presence of specialist and generalist predators (Giraudoux et al.
The eighth-grade students at Eugene Waldorf School will present "The Mad Women of Chaillot," a play by Jean Giraudoux, at 7 p.m.
The hero of part one is the Polytechnique-trained engineer and Sciences Po-educated Keynesian economist; that of part two is the publicly-engaged cultural figure like Jean Giraudoux.
Fiction, complying with the social reality of this period, allowed women to participate in some international sports events; in the texts of Giraudoux, Geo-Charles or Magnane, the characters were involved in the Olympics (in Paris and in London).
Sabemos del desprecio de Unamuno por esto ultimo, pero su deseo de recurrir a la tradicion clasicista, asi como a la mas hispanica del teatro aureo para fundar el sentido de su dramaturgia, no puede ignorar la corriente europea -tanto francesa como anglosajona, tanto de Giraudoux como de Eliot- que recupero un teatro en verso o en prosa poetica como en el caso de Giraudoux, rescatando, en favor del buen gusto y de la belleza formal del lenguaje, el teatro poetico clasicista, el sentido tragicista del teatro clasico frances a lo Racine y hasta el propio teatro clasico grecolatino.
You must understand, American friends, what kind of conditioned creatures we are, we French readers, indoctrinated by Les Fleurs du Mal practically from birth, then by Giraudoux's plays and Julien Gracq's The Opposing Shore, before being left, we Pavlovian readers, to intoxicate ourselves on Pierre Michon or Richard Millet--in any case, those who haven't succumbed by then.
Other factors that influence the survival of tapeworm eggs, such as the nature of the surface (grass), precipitation or temperature development (Giraudoux et al.
(18.) Vuitton DA, Zhou H, Bresson-Hadni S, Wang Q, Piarroux M, Raoul F, Giraudoux P.
Hippolyte Jean Giraudoux, French novelist, essayist, and playwright, publishes a highly antisemitic political essay in 1939: Pleins pouvoirs (Full power).