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People

  1. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes Carlsson: Agnes Emilia Carlsson, also known mononymously as Agnes, is a Swedish recording artist. She rose to fame as the winner of Idol 2005, the second season of the Swedish Idol series. She was then signed to Sony Music, through which she released her self-titled debut album Agnes and follow-up Stronger, both of which topped the Swedish Top 60 Albums Chart. In early 2008, it was announced that Agnes had parted ways with her record label, and was now signed to small independent label Roxy Recordings. Released on 28 October 2008, her third album, Dance Love Pop, reached number five in Sweden, 70 in Austria, 38 in France, 45 in Switzerland and 13 in the United Kingdom. With 200,000 albums sold worldwide this is her most successful album, 50,000 albums were sold in France, 40,000 in Sweden. Its first two singles, "On and On" and "Release Me" became international hits, reaching the top-ten in charts worldwide. "Release Me" topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs and peaked at three in the United Kingdom, selling over 900,000 copies worldwide.
    • also known as Agnes
    • born on (27 years ago) in Vänersborg, child of Tore Carlsson and Eva Carlsson
    • nationality: Sweden
    • profession: Singer
    • genres: Rhythm and blues, Pop music, Soul music, Dance music, Contemporary R&B, Synthpop, Electropop
    • albums: "Right Here, Right Now (My Heart Belongs to You)", "Agnes", "Stronger", "Dance Love Pop", "Another Smile / Release Me (Squad-E remix)", "Veritas", "Stranded", "Kick Back Relax", "Champion", "All I Want for Christmas Is You", "On and On", "Release Me", "Love Love Love", "I Need You Now", "When You Tell the World You're Mine", "Don't Go Breaking My Heart", "One Last Time", "All I Want Is You", "Got Me Good", "On & On", "Collection"
    • nomination:
      • nominated to MTV Europe Music Award for Best Swedish Act
      • MTV Europe Music Award for Best Swedish Act
    • official website: agnescarlsson.se
  2. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes: Agnieszka "Agnes" Pihlava is a singer who placed fourth in Idols Finland 2, the Finnish version of Pop Idol.
  3. Agnès a.k.a. Mihrişah Valide Sultan: Mihrişah Sultan was a Georgian consort to Ottoman Sultan Mustafa III. She was the mother of Sultan Selim III of the Ottoman Empire and his de facto co-regent as the Valide Sultan for sixteen years from 1789 until 1805.
  4. Agnès a.k.a. Agnieszka Koson is an actress.
  5. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes appeared in the 2005 documentary film Hope in Heaven.
  6. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a costume designer.
    • profession: Costume designer
  7. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a musical artist.
    • also known as Agnieszka Bisikirska

There are other people with in their name, like Agnès Adam, Agnès Aubé, Agnès Bihl and many others.

Group

Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a musical group.

  • album: "Hole in My Head"

Characters

  1. Agnès a.k.a. Pope Joan was a mythical female pope who allegedly reigned for a few years some time during the Middle Ages. The story first appeared in 13th-century chronicles, and was subsequently spread and embellished throughout Europe. It was widely believed for centuries, though most modern historians consider it fictitious, perhaps deriving from historicized folklore regarding Roman monuments or from anti-papal satire.
    • also known as Ioanna Papissa, Ioannes Anglicus, Jutta, Mulier Jutte, Gilbert, Agnes, Glancia
    • born in Mainz
    • in the film "Pope Joan"
  2. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2008 film The Poker House.
  3. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2013 film Despicable Me 2.
  4. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the film Burial Rites.
  5. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2012 film The Hunt.
  6. Agnès is a fictional character from the 2011 drama film The Snows of Kilimanjaro.
  7. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2011 film Ironclad.
  8. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2012 film Seven Days of Sin.
  9. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1973 film Anita: Swedish Nymphet.
  10. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1998 film Show Me Love.
  11. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character in the 1985 film Flesh and Blood.
  12. Agnès is a fictional character from Le marais sauvage.
  13. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the book Winter in the Blood.
  14. Agnès a.k.a. Angel is a fictional character from the 2012 film Allez, Eddy!.
  15. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1936 film My American Wife.
  16. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2000 film 102 Dalmatians.
  17. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from A Business Buccaneer.
  18. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2007 film Afternoon.
  19. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the film Bridge of Names.
  20. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2010 film Among Us.
  21. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2010 film Sa'yo lamang.
  22. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from The Woman Inside.
  23. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from Miles Away.
  24. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1995 film Sana Maulit Muli.
  25. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1991 film Una Kang Naging Akin.
  26. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1993 thriller film Le violeur impuni.
  27. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1994 film Dreamplay.
  28. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1966 film How I Learned to Love Women.
  29. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2010 film Mumbai Diaries.
  30. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1973 film The Nun and the Devil.
  31. Agnès is a fictional character in the 1999 film Innocent.
  32. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional film character.
  33. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 2001 film Sugatang Puso.
  34. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a fictional character from the 1994 film Lipa Massacre.

There are other characters with in their name, like Agnès Sorel.

Writings

  1. "Agnès" a.k.a. "Agnes" is a play by Gladys Rankin.
  2. "Agnès" a.k.a. "Agnes" is a story written by Minna Canth.
    • released in (105 years ago)

Films

  1. "Agnès" a.k.a. "Agnes" is a 1995 drama / historical fiction / romance film written by Jon Asgeir Hreinsson and Snorri Þórisson, and directed by Egill Eðvarðsson.
  2. "Agnès" a.k.a. "Agnes" is a 2014 short film written and directed by Anja Lind.

Game

Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a solitaire card game which is a variant of the very popular game Klondike. It is similar to the latter except on how the stock is dealt.

Music

"Agnès" a.k.a. "Agnes" is the debut album composed of the songs performed by the Idol 2005 winner Agnes Carlsson. The album debuted at #1 in Sweden and stayed there for 2 weeks. The lead single, "Right Here, Right Now", written and produced by Jörgen Elofsson, topped the Swedish Top 60 Singles chart for six weeks. The second single released off the album, "Stranded", was less successful, peaking at #27 in the Swedish singles chart.

  • genre: Pop music
  • released on (10 years ago)

Places

  1. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a small town in Victoria, Australia. It is located at the junction of the South Gippsland Highway and Barry Road, close to Corner Inlet. Although it used to be thriving, and even had a state school, it now has really nothing more there than a couple of houses and a waterfall.
  2. Agnès a.k.a. AGNES is an Aviation waypoint.
  3. Agnès a.k.a. AGNES is an Aviation waypoint.

There are other places with in their name, like Sainte-Agnès.

Miscellanea

  1. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a female given name, which derives from the Greek name Ἁγνὴ hagnē, meaning "pure" or "holy". The Latinized form of the Greek name is Hagnes, the feminine form of Αγνός Hagnos, meaning "chaste" or "sacred". The name passed to Italian as Agnese, to Portuguese as Inês, and to Spanish, as Inés.
  2. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is an American syndicated comic strip written and drawn by Tony Cochran. It was first syndicated in 1999.
  3. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes was a Birmingham, Alabama photography gallery from 1993 to 2001. Shawn Boley, Jon Coffelt and Jan Hughes opened the gallery with the mission of attempting to raise awareness of social issues — such as cancer, AIDS, death and dying, the environment, homelessness, ethics, racism, classism, imprisonment — through photojournalism, film, video, poetry, and book arts. Controversial, Agnes was picketed on several occasions, one of which resulted in a USA Today article on December 5, 1994.
  4. Agnès a.k.a. AGNES is an aviation waypoint.
  5. Agnès a.k.a. The Agnes was a wooden brigantine built in 1849 at Point Brenley, Nova Scotia. She was first registered in Pictou, Nova Scotia. Later acquired by owners in Sydney, she was wrecked on the north side of the Wollongong breakwater in New South Wales on 10 March 1877, when the wind changed whilst carrying ballast between Sydney and Wollongong.
  6. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes is a ship.
  7. Agnès a.k.a. The Agnes was a wooden carvel schooner built in 1875 at Brisbane Water. On 12 March 1890, whilst carrying ballast between Sydney and Tweed River, she lost her sails in a gale 6 miles north of Brunswick River heads. There were eight deaths.
  8. Agnès a.k.a. Agnes was a launch built in 1904 at North Sydney, that was wrecked on 27 January 1906 in a collision in Sydney Harbour, whilst carrying passengers between Snails Bay and Middle Harbour.
  9. Agnès a.k.a. The Agnes was a wooden carvel cutter built in 1853 in Sydney Harbour. It was lost at Newcastle Bight, New South Wales, on 13 July 1860, when it was blown ashore in a gale whilst travelling between Newcastle and Sydney. The ship master was Henry Hardy.
  10. Agnès a.k.a. The Agnes was a wooden carvel ketch built in 1877 at Williams River, Eagleton, near Newcastle, New South Wales. It was wrecked when it foundered off Jervis Bay, New South Wales, in 1883.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Agnès

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Google previewThe Philanthropy of George Soros (2011)

Building Open Societies by Chuck Sudetic, George Soros

Sainte Agnès is a hamlet that extends along the crest of a clear- cut mountain reachable from Port-au-Prince by a five-hour, intestine-twisting SUV drive up a bare-stone track followed by a four-hour hike over ankle-twisting rocks with edges as ...

Google previewThe MoliËre Encyclopedia (2002)

by James F. Gaines

“La Nature et 1e naturel: 1e cas d'Agnès.” In Thèmes et genres ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Niger (2012)

by Abdourahmane Idrissa, Samuel Decalo

Diarra, Fatoumata Agnès. Femmes africaines en dévenir, ...

Google previewRoutledge Encyclopedia of Ancient Mediterranean Religions (2015)

by Eric Orlin

Agnès Viénot Éditions/Éditions Perrin, 2005. FANUM Fanum (pl. fana) is the Latin term for a consecrated place, not necessarily associated with a building (aedes) or delineated as a templum. Livy distinguishes these terms in a single passage ...

Google previewA Gustave Flaubert Encyclopedia (2001)

by Laurence M. Porter

Agnès Peysson-Zeiss, Penn Charter School, Philadelphia (APZ) Luciano Campos Picanço, Davidson College (LCP) Laurence M. Porter, Michigan State University (LMP) Carol ...

Google previewMovies in American History: An Encyclopedia [3 volumes] (2011)

An Encyclopedia by Philip C. DiMare

Made on a shoestring budget with TNP actors and nonprofessional residents from the seaside village where the shooting took place, the film intertwines the 833 Varda, Agne`s Varda, Agnès.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Women in the Renaissance (2007)

Italy, France, and England by Diana Maury Robin, Anne R. Larsen, Carole Levin

Merlet,Agnès. Artemisia. Miramax Films, 1998. Merrill, Robert Valentine, and Robert J. Clements. Platonism in French Renaissance Poetry. New York: New York University Press, 1957. Merriman, Marcus. The Rough Wooings: Mary Queen of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Documentary Film 3-Volume Set (2013)

by Ian Aitken

Varda, Agnès Agnès Varda is often referred to as the ®grandmother ̄ of.

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The tourist may complain of other tourists, but he would be lost without them. (Agnes Repplier)
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