Louis Hon

Louis Hon

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Louis Hon (11 September 1924 - 5 January 2008) was a French association football defender and manager. He notably played for Real Madrid

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Did Louis XIV Respond?

because of the fact he had absolute potential interior of his realm. that's a edge of "divine suitable monarchy". GOD himself has located Louis on the throne of France, so in spite of he says is a dictate from God.

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Bertie Louis Coombes

Bertie Louis Coombes, or B. L. Coombes (1893-1974), was a Welsh coal miner, notable for his autobiography "These Poor Hands: The Autobiography of a Miner in South Wales" (1939) which became an instant best seller. He also produced short stories, dramas and other autobiographical works about the lives of coalminers and the communities in which they lived

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Louis Tracy

Louis Tracy (1863 - 1928) was a British journalist, and prolific writer of fiction. He used the pseudonyms Gordon Holmes and Robert Fraser, which were at times shared with M. P. Shiel, a collaborator from the start of the twentieth century. He was born in Liverpool to a well-to-do middle-class family. At first he was educated at home and then at the French Seminary at Douai. Around 1884 he became a reporter for a local paper - 'The Northern Echo' at Darlington, circulating in parts of Durham and North Yorkshire; later he worked for papers in Cardiff and Allahabad. During 1892-1894 he was closely associated with Arthur Harmsworth, in 'The Sun' and 'The Evening News and Post'.

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Louis Lowenthal

Louis Lowenthal (Löwenthal, Lowendall, Lowendahl) (born 1836) was a luthier. He learned violin and bow making in Leipzig and Berlin. He founded his violin manufacturing business in Berlin, expanded into Dresden and eventually opened an American branch. That's where he anglicized his name to Lowendall. Different grades of his instruments were sold in Sears Roebuck and Montgomery Ward catalogs in the early 1900s.

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Louis Bouveault

Louis Bouveault (11 February 1864 - 5 September 1909) was a French scientist who became professor of organic chemistry at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Paris. He is known for the Bouveault aldehyde synthesis and the Bouveault-Blanc reduction.

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Louis Buffet

Louis Joseph Buffet (French pronunciation: [lwi byf]; 26 October 1818 - 7 July 1898) was a French statesman. He was born at Mirecourt, Vosges. After the revolution of February 1848 he was elected deputy for the department of the Vosges, and in the Assembly sat on the right, pronouncing for the repression of the insurrection of June 1848 and for Louis Napoleon Bonaparte. He was minister of agriculture from August to December 1849 and from August to October 1851. Re-elected deputy in 1863, he was one of the supporters of the "Liberal Empire" of mile Ollivier, and was finance minister in Ollivier's cabinet from January to 10 April 1870. He was president of the National Assembly from 4 April 1872 to 10 March 1875, minister of the interior in 1875, and Prime Minister of France from 1875 to 1876. Having made himself obnoxious to the Republican party, he failed to secure a relection to the Assembly in 1876. Then, elected senator for life (1876), he pronounced himself in favour of President MacMahon failed attempt to grasp political control on 16 May 1877. Buffet had some oratorical talent, but shone most in opposition.

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Louis Blériot

Louis Charles Joseph Blriot (/blrio/ BLERR-ee-oh, also US: /blerio, blerio, blrjo/ BLAY-ree-oh, -OH, blair-YOH, French: [lwi blejo]; 1 July 1872 - 1 August 1936) was a French aviator, inventor, and engineer. He developed the first practical headlamp for cars and established a profitable business manufacturing them, using much of the money he made to finance his attempts to build a successful aircraft. Blriot was the first to use the combination of hand-operated joystick and foot-operated rudder control as used to the present day to operate the aircraft control surfaces. Blriot was also the first to make a working, powered, piloted monoplane. In 1909 he became world-famous for making the first airplane flight across the English Channel, winning the prize of 1,000 offered by the Daily Mail newspaper.[Note He was the founder of Blriot Aronautique, a successful aircraft manufacturing company.

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Louis Niedermeyer

Abraham Louis Niedermeyer (27 April 1802 - 14 March 1861) was a composer chiefly of church music but also of a few operas, and a teacher who took over the cole Choron, duly renamed cole Niedermeyer, a school for the study and practice of church music, where several eminent French musicians studied including Gabriel Faur and Andr Messager

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