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  Marie Pierre Koenig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Marie Pierre Koenig (October 10, 1898 – September 2, 1970) was a French general.
Marie Pierre Koenig was born on October 10, 1898, in Caen, France.
Marie Pierre Koenig died on September 2, 1970, in Neuilly-sur-Seine.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Marie_Pierre_Koenig   (399 words)

  
 Linguistics Faculty: Jean-Pierre Koenig's Publications
Koenig, Jean-Pierre and Anthony Davis (2001), 'Sublexical Modality and the Structure of Lexical Semantic Representations', Linguistics and Philosophy.
Koenig, Jean-Pierre and Daniel Jurafsky (1994), 'Type underspecification and on-line type construction in the lexicon' Proceedings of the 13th West Coast Conference in Formal Linguistics, pp.270-285.
Koenig, Jean-Pierre (1991), 'Scalar predicates and negation: punctual semantics and interval interpretations', Proceedings of the Parasession on Negation of the 27th meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society, pp.130-144.
linguistics.buffalo.edu /people/faculty/koenig/koenig_publications.html   (958 words)

  
 Pierre Koenig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the French general see Marie Pierre Koenig.
Pierre Koenig (October 17, 1925 - April 4, 2004) was an American architect.
Born in San Francisco, apprenticed under Raphael Soriano among others, and in private practice beginning in 1952, Koenig practiced mainly on the west coast and was most notable for the design of the Case Study Houses No. 21 and 22 in 1960 and other steel houses.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pierre_Koenig   (123 words)

  
 Marie Pierre Koenig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Koenig joined General Charles De Gaulle in London and after being promoted to colonel, he was appointed chief of staff of the 1st Free French Division and took part in the campaign in Syria and Lebanon in the summer of 1941.
Koenig returned to London in April 1944 and was given command of the Free French force that took part in the D-Day landings in France.
Elected to the chamber of deputies in 1951, Koenig served as minister of defence under Pierre Mendes-France and Edgar Faure.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /FRkoenig.htm   (293 words)

  
 Telegraph | News | Susan Travers
Although he was married, they quickly fell for each other - he wooing her with roses when she was in hospital with jaundice - and although it was impossible to show affection for one another in public, they enjoyed a happy few months together while posted to Beirut.
With Koenig's career in the ascendant, he ended his affair with Susan Travers soon afterwards, much to her grief.
Nevertheless, she remained with the Legion through the fighting in Italy and France until the end of the war, acting as both a driver and a nurse to the wounded and the dying.
www.telegraph.co.uk /news/main.jhtml?view=DETAILS&grid=&targetRule=10&xml=/news/2003/12/23/db2301.xml   (1059 words)

  
 Maternal Ancestors of Henry
Jean Francois Louis Leboeuf, son of Pierre Leboeuf and Marianne Cheletre, was born in 1747 in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana Territory, died on 03 Sep 1821 in, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana at age 74, and was buried in, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana.
Marie was born in 1739 in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana Territory and died in 1797 at age 58.
Marie Reine Matherne, daughter of Johann Adam Matherne and Regina Koenig, was born in 1739 in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana Territory and died in 1797 at age 58.
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 Woman's Determination: What Makes It Right or Wrong?, part 3
Susan Travers and Koenig began to have a relationship, after much hesitation on her part--she feared it would only lead to heartache.
Koenig advised her that desert life was very difficult; there would be no dishonor to stay behind.
So Koenig, after night fall, with nearly 3,000 men dependent on him, decided they would break out, and La Miss, driving him and his top aide, would lead the massive convoy out straight through enemy lines, taking them by surprise.
www.lynetteabel.org /L-ABEL-Seminar-Determination-C.html   (1185 words)

  
 To legion men she was 'La Miss' - www.smh.com.au
Although her vehicle was struck by a score of bullets, and on one occasion she drove into a laager of parked panzers, she reached the British lines.
With Koenig's career in the ascendant, he ended his affair with Travers soon afterwards, much to her grief.
The task of pinning the medal on her lapel fell to Koenig, who by then was minister of defence.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2004/01/02/1072908904354.html   (1266 words)

  
 Linguistics Main Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Of particular interest to the students and faculty are (i) the study of the interface between lexical meaning, syntactic subcategorization and (ii) the structure and organization of lexical knowledge, and (iii) the syntax of aspect.
Koenig, Jean-Pierre and Anthony Davis (2000), 'Sublexical Modality and the Structure of Lexical Semantic Representations', Linguistics and Philosophy.
Koenig, Jean-Pierre and Anthony Davis (2003), Semantically Transparent Linking in HPSG, Proceedings of the 2003 HPSG Conference.
wings.buffalo.edu /soc-sci/linguistics/research/hpsg.htm   (262 words)

  
 Guardian | 'I think actually they thought I was a man'
She was the mistress of the best-known Free French general after Charles de Gaulle, Marie-Pierre Koenig.
The legendary general made all the running, she insists: "I was terribly ill in hospital with jaundice, and convinced I was going to get the sack, but he kept me on and he even came to bring me flowers.
Then, in early 1942, Koenig was sent to defend Bir Hakeim in the Western Desert, with the objective of preventing at all costs the Axis forces from reaching Cairo and laying their hands on the Suez Canal.
www.guardian.co.uk /print/0,,4101613-103390,00.html   (1684 words)

  
 National Portrait Gallery A-Z of Portrait Sitters (K)
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Katharine Lucy Mary, Duchess of Kent (1933-), Wife of 2nd Duke of Kent.
Lady Mary Elizabeth Kirk (née Plunkett) (1892-), Wife of Cyril Gage Pardo Kirk; daughter of Arthur James Francis Plunkett, 11th Earl of Fingall.
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 USC Trojan Family Magazine - Summer 1999: Alumni Profile: Aline Marie Gerber
Sister Aline Marie Gerber ’42 took a vow of poverty 50 years ago, yet here she is living in one of L.A.’s most opulent estates — the Doheny Mansion.
The 81-year-old nun is the primary caretaker of the Doheny Mansion, the jewel of the downtown campus of Mount St. Mary’s College, where the good sister taught languages for 45 years.
And of course, there’s the Doheny connection: the 12,000-square-foot mansion whose care is in Sister Aline Marie’s hands was once the home of oil baron Edward Doheny, head of the same family for whom USC’s flagship Doheny Memorial Library is named.
www.usc.edu /dept/pubrel/trojan_family/summer99/alumninews/AP_gerber.html   (404 words)

  
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Leader of the Free French Chef des Français libres 1940 - 1941 Gen. Charles André Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1890 - 1970 French National Committee (in exile in London) Comité National Français In 1941 the French National Committee was created as an embryonic administration in exile.
Pierre Marie Philippe Dejussieu "De Jussieu-Pontcarral" 1898 - 1984 LEDAERS OF THE CNR, THE COMAC AND THE FFI Political Leaders Chairmen of the CNR 1943 Jean Moulin "Max" s.a.
Georges Marie Joseph Revers 1891 - 1974 (the ORA was a purely military organization and had no civil branch) __________________________________________________________________________________
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 Amazon.com: Tomorrow to Be Brave: A Memoir of the Only Woman Ever to Serve in the French Foreign Legion: Books: Susan ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
He complained to his superior, and the next thing Travers knew she was driving for Pierre Koenig, who at the time was a colonel in the Free French army fighting in Syria.
Travers was Koenig's driver for the whole battle, which means that when the breakout occurred, she drove the general's car.
This is not an affair of equals, and frankly the picture of Koenig in the book seems to indicate a man who needs to be in power all the time, and will not tolerate any difference of opinion - Travers openly admits this, and by her own admission, is not always happy with the relationship.
www.amazon.com /Tomorrow-Be-Brave-French-Foreign/dp/0743200012   (2904 words)

  
 Earl Fischer Database of St. Louisans
Marie ROTH was christened on 29 Jul 1839 in St Louis King Fr, St Louis, St Louis Co, MO. Parents: Jean ROTH and Appolonia SCHELL.
Mary Ann ROURKE was born in Jan 1822.
He was married to Marie Margaret HORTIZ on 13 Jun 1804 in St Louis King Fr, St Louis, St Louis Distr.
www.stlgs.org /efdb/d480.htm   (907 words)

  
 1898   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
October 10 - Marie Pierre Koenig, French general and politician (d.
November 8 - Marie Prevost, Canadian actress (d.
October 24 - Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, French painter (b.
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 Vichy France
The Vichy government, which was never recognized by the Allies, became a German tool in the hands of such men as Pierre Laval and Jean François Darlan, although German expectations were never completely satisfied.
In 1945 the leaders of the Vichy government were arrested and some, including Pierre Laval and Joseph Darnand, were executed for war crimes.
General Marie-Pierre Koenig and his Free French unit did particularly well against General Erwin Rommel at Bir Hacheim in June 1942.
www.diggerhistory.info /pages-enemy/vichy.htm   (3781 words)

  
 Equipe UNPC - page personnelle de Marie-Pierre Vernier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Baciu, M., Koenig, O., Vernier, M.-P., Bedoin, N., Rubin, C., and Segebarth, C. Categorical and coordinate spatial relations: fMRI evidence for hemispheric specialization.
Effect of stimulus identification and distance variation on the right hemisphere advantage for the processing of coordinate spatial relations.
Koenig, O., Baciu, M., Vernier, M.-P., Segebarth, C., Ginchereau, F., and Bedoin, N. (Décembre, 1998).
unpc.univ-lyon2.fr /~Vernier/vernier.angl.html   (680 words)

  
 Bogaard History Part II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
A mysterious letter which is addressed to a Mme.de Generès in London, written and signed by M.Paul de Montfleury of Caen, is left behind by the stranger on Vintras' table.
There were other communications and considered the letter an "epistle from heaven", addressing Vintras as Pierre Michel, the latter regards him as the Archangel Michael "by an association of ideas which is analogous to that of dreams", thus Lévi.
The Templar lineage is confirmed by several sources, Koenig states i.a.
www.gnostique.net /ecclesia/EG_II.htm   (9386 words)

  
 Woman's Determination: What Makes It Right or Wrong?, part 2
In June 1941 she became General Marie-Pierre Koenig's driver, who, she wrote "[was] the type of man who led his troops into battle personally.
I was thrilled." As the only woman, she was given the name "La Miss" by her company.
Once when driving Koenig, she came to a bridge, and was warned by an officer of its danger, but she was bravely determined:
www.lynetteabel.org /L-ABEL-Seminar-Determination-B.html   (939 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Free French Forces   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Free French soldiers participated in British and Allied campaigns in Libya and Egypt.
General Marie-Pierre Koenig and his unit fought well against the Afrika Korps at the Bir Hakeim in June 1942.
Free French forces also fought Italian troops in Ethiopia and Eritrea and faced French troops loyal to Vichy France in Syria and Lebanon.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Free_French_Forces   (655 words)

  
 Wikinfo | French Resistance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Later it was lead by a bookshop keeper Pierre Brossolette in Paris.
Leader Pierre Villon (Not to be confused with the current political party Front National in France that is right-wing conservative)
De Gaulle also organized a new London HQ for the Forces Françaises de l'Intérieur (FFI or French Forces for the Interior) under command of general Marie Pierre Koenig.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=French_Resistance   (1647 words)

  
 Trosclair11   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Child of Pierre Clereaux and Anna Schoff is:
Children of Johann Matherne and Regine Koenig are
Marie Madeleine Manon Rome: Baptism: May 07, 1753, Baptized LRC
www.homestead.com /chuggett/Trosclair11.html   (619 words)

  
 Trosclair7   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Children of Pierre Scionneau and Marie Rome are:
Augustin, 24; Jacques, 21; Mathieu, 19; Marie Celeste, 17; Regina, 14; Nicolas, 12;
Also the Madere children live here after the death of their parents at Nachitoches, Miss.
www.homestead.com /chuggett/Trosclair7.html   (787 words)

  
 K - Sources - People
Catharine Rutledge, age 32, born in Ireland with both parents born in Ireland, is living in Niagara, Niagara County, New York, with her husband John and five children
St. Mary of the Cataract Catholic Church, Niagara Falls, New York
Mary of the Assumption Church, Lancaster, New York
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 World history of events and dates of World War, 2nd France
Commander-4th Arm Div Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle
Under Secretary-War Charles Andre Marie Joseph de Gaulle 1940-1941
Arranges transportation of 500,000 French soldiers to continue the war in nth Africa
www.datesofhistory.com /World-War,-2nd-France.general.html   (695 words)

  
 Koenig Strey Gmac
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 THE VERY VERY APOLOGETICALLY LATE FRANCE -- AP European History
Free French soldiers participated in the Allied North African campaign, in Libya and Egypt.
General Marie Pierre Koenig and his unit, the 1st Free French Brigade, fought well against the Afrika Korps at the Bir Hakeim in June 1942, although eventually obliged to withdraw.
From Chad, Colonel (later General) Philippe Leclerc led a column of 16,500 colonial troops to attack Italian forces.
www.voy.com /48246/85.html   (3014 words)

  
 Department of French and Italian, University of Texas at Austin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
“French relative clauses as secondary predicates: A case study in Construction Theory.” Coauthor: Jean-Pierre Koenig.
In Francis Corblin, Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin, and Jean Marie Marandin (eds), Empirical Issues in Formal Syntax and Semantics 2.
In Jean-Pierre Koenig (ed), Discourse and cognition: Bridging the Gap.
www.utexas.edu /cola/depts/frenchitalian/faculty/frenchfaculty/lambrechtcv.html   (2035 words)

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