Vintimille

Vintimille:

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, Fr. Vintimille, town (1991 pop. 25,308), Liguria, NW Italy, on the Ligurian Sea and the Italian Riviera, near the French border. It is a seaport, a popular beach resort, and a major flower market.
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Edited by Carolus-Gaspar-Guillelmus de Vintimille, Hyacinthus-Ludovicus de Quelen.
La gare de la ville frontaliere italienne de Vintimille, oE ont ete deployes de nombreux carabinieri, etait tres calme dans la matinee a constate l'AFP.
En effet a la suite des breviaires de Foinard en 1726 et de Grancolas en 1727 et peu de temps apres l'edition du nouveau missel de Rouen par Urbain Robinet, le cardinal Charles-Gaspard-Guillaume de Vintimille (1655-1746) publia un Breviaire de Paris en 1736 suivi d'un missel et d'un processionnal en 1739.
Paris, Vintimille, etc.) illustrent ces glissements d'une reserve a une appropriation symbolique de l'espace urbain, d'une economie de proximite a une economie internationale, d'un commerce specialise a un commerce a multiples facettes.
El fenomeno tuvo unas proporciones considerables: numerosas fueron las comunidades monasticas femeninas, las congregaciones de vida activa, las congregaciones dedicadas a la ensenanza que llegaron a Italia, donde abrieron noviciados, pensionados, establecimientos, seguidas con frecuencia por sus alumnos franceses, hasta el punto de que el consul de Francia en Vintimille llego a contar, en 1918, solo en la provincia de Porto Mauricio (hoy Imperia) mil quinientos alumnos franceses en cuarenta establecimientos dirigidos por congregaciones llegadas de Francia (4).
Yet, France's first captivity account only appeared in 1608 (Henry du Lisdam, L'Esclavage du brave chevalier Francois de Vintimille), long after England had produced seven of its ten accounts.
For him, Paris was a never-ending source of motifs, and he painted many scenes of the streets that he observed from his second-floor apartment overlooking the Place Vintimille, where he lived from 1908 till his death in 1940.
Only then does the journalist whose silhouette now fills the screen tells us: 'vous venez de voir comment un petit groupe vient de passer la frontiere Vintimille Menton.
In order to achieve his aims Napoleon sent a French secret agent, the chevalier Lascaris de Vintimille, who disguised himself as a merchant and, accompanied by Fatallah Sayigh, his assistant, left Aleppo in February 1810 to contact tribal chiefs and explore the desert.