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Rolland

Romain . 1866--1944, French novelist, dramatist, and essayist, known for his novels about a musical genius, Jean-Christophe, (1904--12): Nobel prize for literature 1915
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It might explain why we see so few reptiles and amphibians in the Antarctic or even temperate habitats,' said Rolland.
Fruto de esa busqueda es el presente libro sobre la gestion del consul general de Espana en Paris, Bernardo Rolland, en favor de los judios sefardies de Paris, que arriesgo su vida y su carrera profesional.
FRENCHMAN Pierre Rolland claimed a superb win in the 17th stage of the Giro d'Italia.
FRENCHMAN Pierre Rolland broke clear to claim a superb win in the 17th stage of the Giro d'Italia.
Rolland, who spent most of the stage near the front and led an earlier break with Matej Mohoric and Pavel Brutt before being caught, felt he had benefited from the draining effects of stage 16.
The Frenchman was Romain Rolland and the Indian was Rabindranath Tagore.
It had been 11 years since MI5 had last heard about Baron von Rolland.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, international French fashion designer Stephane Rolland wasn't feeling much love for the self-loving starlet.
Rosie and Rolland in the Legendary Show-and Tell" is a riveting fantasy adventure story spotlighting a shy, spunky heroine and her favorite canine companion.
But referee Alain Rolland penalised them when Clermont looked to have infringed, leaving Leicester promising to channel their frustration into the domestic run-in.
The Tigers recovered to trail 22-16 after being 16-0 down and within sight of the French line when referee Alain Rolland penalised them when Clermont looked to have infringed.
The French novelist, playwright, biographer, essayist and musicologist Romain Rolland was born on 29 January 1866, in Clamecy, a small town in Burgundy.