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Messager

Andr? (Charles Prosper) . 1853--1929, French composer and conductor
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In an effort to compare divorce proceedings in the two cities over a finite span of time, I searched every issue of L'Opinion Publique from September 1924 through April 1925--an eight-month span in which, as noted above, Lewiston's Le Messager reported eighty-six divorces filed in nearby Auburn Superior Court, nineteen of which involved Franco-American couples.
"It does not compete with a high-end commercial press," Messager added.
Three years later, he started Le Messager. (He says he chose the name to honor his father, who had been a messenger for the German authorities during the early colonial period.) At first the paper appeared monthly, and it concentrated mainly on sports and entertainment-which is how many of the other independent papers on the continent started.
In the same context, Burundi's Le Messager FC de Ngozi delegation is set to arrive in Ismailia on Sunday night to face Ismaily at the CAF Champions League Preliminary round's second leg.
Il a souligne que les agresseurs n'ont pasun but pour lutter appelant a s'accrocher au Livre d'Allah et a la Sounnah de Son Messager Mohamed ( la paix soit sur lui).
Thanks, Avtar, but we'll stick to salted peanuts, If you really want to make a statement, splash out on which has an LED 'messager' on the bottle.
Le messager soutient son bateau et non le contraire.
In interviews, Annette Messager has spoken of her admiration for Roland Barthes and, in particular, for his Fragments d'un discours amoureux (A Lover's Discourse: Fragments, 1977).
The website for "Xiao i Robot" also lists its availability on mobile platforms such as iOS and Android, as well as Windows Instant Messager.