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  • 41emigration — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. migration, departure, exodus. See egress. Ant., immigration. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. migration, resettlement, relocation, reestablishment, defection, expatriation, departure, removal, leaving,… …

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  • 42jaunt — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. excursion, ride, escapade, lark, stroll. See travel. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. excursion, sally, trip, saunter, stroll, safari, tour, round, run, gallop, canter, expedition, circuit, peregrination, trek …

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  • 43expedition — n. 1. Haste, speed, despatch, celerity, quickness, promptness, alacrity, alertness. 2. Enterprise, undertaking. 3. March or voyage, hostile undertaking …

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  • 44expedition — A sending forth or setting forth for the execution of some object of consequence. Speed or promptness in performance. An important journey or excursion for a specific purpose; as, a military or exploring expedition; also, the body of persons… …

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  • 45expedition — A sending forth or setting forth for the execution of some object of consequence. Speed or promptness in performance. An important journey or excursion for a specific purpose; as, a military or exploring expedition; also, the body of persons… …

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  • 46Larrieu, Arnaud — (March 31, 1966, Lourdes, Hautes Pyrénées, France ) and Larrieu, Jean Marie (April 8, 1965, Lourdes, Hautes Pyrénées, France )    Their grandfather filmed their native region, the Pyrénées, with a 16 mm camera. They imitated him, shooting 8 mm… …

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  • 47Marche des Vivants — March des Vivants, Auschwitz, 2005 …

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  • 48Perret, Léonce — (March 14, 1880, Niort, Deux Sèvres, France August 12, 1935, Paris, France)    After completing his studies, he opted for a theatri­cal career, starting with André Antoine at the Théâtre Libre. Then the two men worked together at the Odéon. His… …

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  • 49Doniol-Valcroze, Jacques — (March 15, 1920, Paris, France October 6, 1989, Cannes, Alpes Maritimes, France)    He was a secretary editor of the magazine Ciné monde (1946), assistant chief editor of La Revue du Cinéma (1947 1949), chief editor of Les Cahiers du Cinéma and… …

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  • 50Dufresne, Marc-Henri — (March 23, 1959, Cucq, Pas de Calais, France )    Having trained at the IDHEC (1981 1983), he was second assistant director (1988 Une Nuit à l Assemblée Nationale, Jean Pierre Mocky; 1989 El sueno del mono loco / Le Rêve du Singe fou / The Mad… …

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  • 51Jaoul de Poncheville, Marie — (March 29, 1945, Neuilly sur Seine, Hauts de Seine, France )    After publishing a first novel (1974 Maman, j ai peur, Editions Elp), she was successively a writer for a children s magazine (Pomme d Api, 1975), literary man­ager of Editions Tchou …

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  • 52Paulin, Jean-Paul — (March 29, 1902, Paris, France June 3, 1976, Paris, France)    The son of Paul Paulin, a sculptor who was a friend of painters Degas, Monet, and Renoir, he studied at the Beaux Arts before entering films as an assistant to director Jean Choux… …

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  • 53Paviot, Paul — (March II, 1926, Paris, France )    Having graduated from the ENPC (Ecole Nationale de Photographie et Cinématographie) and from the SCPC (New York Signal Corp Photographic Center), he started out as a still photographer (a dozen mov­ies from… …

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  • 54Reinert, Emile-Edwin — (March 16, 1903, Rawa ruska, Poland October 17, 1953, Paris, France)    Having trained as an electrotechnician, he arrived in France in 1924 and made his film debut as a sound engineer in 1930. He was also an assistant director (1930 Cain,… …

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  • 55Szabo, Lâszlô — (March 24, 1936, Budapest, Hungary )    Having settled in France in 1956, he had made his act­ing debut in Hungary in 1951 (Utkôset békében, Viktor Gertler). From 1958 (Les Cousins / USA: The Cousins, Claude Chabrol) to 2008 (Lucifer et moi,… …

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  • 56Tarride, Jean — (March 15, 1901, Paris, France June 5, 1980, Neuilly sur Seine, Hauts de Seine, France)    The son of actor Abel Tarride (1865 1951) and ac­tress Marthe Régnier (1880 1967), he played in a few films (1920 La Belle Dame sans Merci, Germaine Dulac; …

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  • 57Hokulea — Hōkūleokinaa [Finney, et al. Voyage of Rediscovery , op. cit., p. xiii, offers pronunciation guidance for the boat s name, The macrons [ kahakō in Hawaiian] over vowels indicate that they are longer than unmarked vowels and are stressed. The… …

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  • 58List of One Piece episodes — Box art of the first uncut English DVD released by Funimation Entertainment One Piece is an anime series adapted from the manga of the same title written by Eiichiro Oda. Produced by Toei Animation, and directed by Konosuke Uda, Munehisa Sakai… …

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  • 59Operation Sandblast — Part of Cold War (1953–1962) …

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  • 60USS Triton (SSRN-586) — USS Triton (SSRN/SSN 586), a U.S. Navy nuclear powered radar picket submarine, was the first vessel to execute a submerged circumnavigation of the Earth, accomplishing this during her shakedown cruise in early 1960. She also has the distinction… …

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