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Who is Amedee?
Amedee a.k.a. Philippe de Chérisey was an actor.
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- Amedee a.k.a. Amédée is a fictional character from 2010 drama film Of Gods and Men.
- Amedee a.k.a. Amédée is a fictional character from the movie Lumière d'été.
- Amedee a.k.a. Amédée is a fictional character from the 1999 film Children of the Marshlands.
- Amedee a.k.a. Amédée is a fictional character from the 1932 film In the Name of the Law.
- Amedee a.k.a. Amédée is a fictional character from the 1938 film Strange M. Victor.
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Modern Nordic Plays (1974)
Denmark by Erik J. Friis
more and more lazy; Ionesco's Amedee is an important model as regards technique. Beckett's Waiting for Godot is a starting point for a later Swedish representative of the theatre of the absurd, Arthur Johansson (b. 1922), who in Sweden was ...
by Lutz D. Schmadel
Amedee is a small uninhabited island 30 km west of Noumea, New Caledonia. The huge lighthouse, said to have been built by Napoleon III, is the symbol of the island. The discoverer of this minor planet observed 1P/Halley from this ...
Illustrated by John Woolf Jordan, Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Ernest Spofford, Frederic Antes Godcharies
Amedee Bregy, colleague of Judge Magill, and Presiding Judge of the court.
Nelson's Biographical Dictionary and Historical Reference Book of Fayette County, Pennsylvania (1900)
Containing a Condensed History of Pennsylvania, of Fayette County, and the Boroughs and Townships of the County : Also, Portraits and Biographies of the Governors Since 1790, and Genealogies, Family Histories and Biographies of Representative Men of the County : Illustrated by Henry Elliot Shepherd
The origin of the family is readily traceable, by document and tradition, to Amedee, or Ami, Mestrezat, who lived at the close of the fifteenth century at Thonon, in France. While some genealogists trace the family to Henri Meytrizat, a citizen of ...
Dictionary of Word Origins (1995)
A History of the Words, Expressions, and Clichés We Use by Jordan Almond
The father of the "cocktail" in the United States was Antoine Amedee Peychaud, an apothecary who came to New Orleans from the West Indies in 1795 and was the inventor of "Peychaud's bitters.
by Paul Kingsbury
Quickly realizing the regional sales potential for French music in Cajun country, they recorded artists such as DENNIS MCGEE, Amedee Ardoin, LEO SOILEAU, and the Walker Brothers. During the period prior to World War II, significant ...
The Word Rhythm Dictionary (2014)
A Resource for Writers, Rappers, Poets, and Lyricists by Timothy Polashek
CONTRARY+ LOUNSBERRY BRACINGLY BASICALLY ACHINGLY AMEDEE CASSIDY KANKAKEE PANICKY HASELEY HANDEDLY CANDIDLY VALIDLY PLACIDLY SAVAGELY RADICALLY GRAPHICALLY MAGICALLY+ TRAGICALLY ...
by Lindsey C. Harnsberger
Chausson, (Amedee) Ernest BORN: lanuary 20, ...
Encyclopedia of Monasticism (2013)
by William M. Johnston
Hallier, Amedee, The Monastic Theology of Aelred of Rievaulx, Spencer, ...
by Mathurin C. Houngnikpo, Samuel Decalo
See also ADEGON, BATTLE OF; AKPA, BATTLE OF; CANA, BATTLE OF; DODDS, GENERAL ALFRED AMEDEE; DOGBA, BATTLE OF; KPOKISSA, BATTLE OF. FREEDOM VILLAGES. Large number of “independent” Gando villages, found ...
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Scrabble value of A1M3E1D2E1E1
The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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