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Lagrand is a commune in the Hautes-Alpes department in southeastern France.
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Enduring Nations (2008)
Native Americans in the Midwest by Russell David Edmunds
lagrand is an associate professor of history at Messiah College ...
by Edmund Jan Osmańczyk, Anthony Mango
LaGrand (Germany v. United States of America). On 2 March 1999, Germany instituted proceedings against the United States for alleged violations of Arts. 5 and 36 of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, in the case of two ...
by Russell M. Lawson
And then we decided to move on the north side because that's where the Indians were gathering” (LaGrand 2002, 118). For this woman, as for many urban Indians , economic considerations like rent were less important than building a social ...
by Susan Marks, Andrew Clapham
See also LaGrand Case (Germany v United States of America), Judgment of the International Court of Justice, 27June2001, andCase ConcerningAvenaand Other Mexican Nationals (Mexicov United States of America), Orderofthe International ...
by Glennys Howarth, Oliver Leaman
LaGrand, L.E.(1997) After Death Communication: Final Farewells,StPaul, MN: Llewellyn Publications.
LaGrand, James B. Indian Metropolis: Native Americans in Chicago, 1945–75. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2002. An important analysis of the urban Indian experience in general and the American Indian community in Chicago in ...
1- by Clifton D. Bryant, Dennis L. Peck
LaGrand, L. (1997). After death communication: Extraordinary experiences of those mourning the death of loved ones. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn. Smith, R. J. ( 1974). Ancestor worship in contemporary Japan. Stanford, CA: Stanford University ...
A New Geographical Dictionary ... to which is now added the latitude and longitude of the most considerable cities and towns,&c., of the world, omitted in the first publication, etc (1738)
the Fort de Barraux, Pont en Royams, Wif, Mens, Corp, Vizile, & lagrand Chartreu/e. GRAITZ, a T. of Voigtland in Mifflia in Saxony in Germany, on the R. Elffer, 3 or 4 Lea, below ...
Containing One Hundred Thousand Names, Together with a Classed Index of the Biographical Literature of Europe and America by Lawrence Barnett Phillips
See Lagrand. _ “MM-mi. Jacques, French Jesuit, physician, and astronomer; 1588—1672 J!Grandchsmp, N. de, French military ofiiccr and writer; d.
by Patrick Hanks
Lagrand (114) Canadian and New England variant of French LEGRAND, with the generalization of the feminine article characteristic of the region. Lagrange (869) French: topographic name for someone who lived by a granary, a variant of ...
In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations by Examples from the Best Writers. To which are Prefixed a History of the Language, and an English Grammar by Samuel Johnson
Our own word was formerly randon, as Spenser rey uses it; and the old French word means the swiftness or force of a strong and violent stream; whence the phrase, Cotgrave says, “aller a lagrand randon, to goe very fast,” &c. Norm.
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