Huguenot


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Huguenot

1. a French Calvinist, esp of the 16th or 17th centuries
2. designating the French Protestant Church
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RXR Realty, together with its partners ABS Partners and Brause Realty, announced the launch of leasing at 360 Huguenot in downtown New Rochelle.
Much more interesting, from a collector's point of view at least, is the king's so-called Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, a shocking turn of events in 1685 that forced "heretic" Calvinist Protestant (also called Huguenot) families to flee France or else convert to Catholicism.
From an April 2013 colloquium on French Huguenots from the 16th to the 18th centuries, held in Pau, France, 11 papers look at consistories, Huguenot culture and history, and ritual and worship.
Set in France in 1562, readers are cast back to the days of the Huguenot "wars of religion", where Minou Joubert, who works at her father's bookshop, finds her world turned upside down after receiving a mysterious letter, saying only: "She knows that you live".
Set in France in 1562, readers are cast back to the days of the Huguenot "wars of religion", where 19-year-old Minou Joubert finds her world turned upside down shortly after receiving a mysterious letter.
SET in France in 1562, readers are cast back to the days of the Huguenot "wars of religion", 19-year-old Minou Joubert's world is turned upside down by mysterious letter, saying only "She knows that you live".
THE BURNING CHAMBERS BY KATE MOSSE, MANTLE, PS20 (EBOOK PS8.55) HHHHH SET in France in 1562, readers are cast back to the days of the Huguenot "wars of religion", 19-year-old Minou Joubert's world is turned upside down by mysterious letter, saying only "She knows that you live".
The early deaths of his father and two elder brothers brought Henry to the throne in 1574 in the midst of endemic religious warfare between France's Catholic majority and Huguenot (Calvinist) minority.
Paul Revere and George Washington both claimed Huguenot descent; there is some evidence that this heritage influenced Washington's approach to religious freedom.
OXFORD -- The annual town picnic and concert at the fort will be held at the Huguenot Fort site on Fort Hill Road from noon to 4 p.m.
Sharon Chapman on Bedworth's regalia manufacturers appearing on TV I was aware of the Toye Huguenot background and think it is well worth mentioning that it is widely believed that the Huguenots also played a major part in the establishment of watchmaking in Coventry.