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  Martinet - LoveToKnow 1911
Martinet seems also to have introduced the copper pontoons with which Louis bridged the Rhine in 1672.
Thus Martinet was the forerunner of Leopold of Dessau and Frederick William, just as Jean Jacques de Fourilles, the organizer of the cavalry, who was forced into an untimely charge at Seneffe (1674) by a brutal taunt of Conde, and there met his death, was the forerunner of Zieten and Seydlitz.
These men, while differing from the creators of the Prussian army in that they contributed nothing to the tactics of their arms, at least made tactics possible by the thorough drilling and organization they imparted to the formerly heterogeneous and hardly coherent elements of an army.
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 Maceo Martinet Study Results
Martinet's interest was first piqued by a report published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology in 2002.
Martinet says in one study (Kummerer, 2001), 80 different drugs were found in WTP, surface waters, ground water and drinking waters.
Martinet also was able to establish the fact that the WTP is significantly altering the nutrient chemistry of the river and shallow riparian groundwater.
biology.unm.edu /BiologyNews/Martinet.htm   (751 words)

While being appreciated by critics, Eugenia Martinet is even today one of the least known and studied dialect poets of the twentieth century, but perhaps the time has come for her poetry to be known by a larger, non-specialized readership.
Martinet fully accepts Giotti's notion of dialect as the language of poetry, and she represents perhaps its most extreme and perfect case.
Martinet is intimately courtly the moment in which feelings and above all love are dissembled in the manner of the troubadours, a love which is mainly pain because the fin'amor feeds on solitude, longing, distance, and it is the obsession of absence, aspiration and torment of the impossible, solipsistic closure.
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 Charles Martinet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles Martinet (born September 17, 1955, in San Jose, California) is an American voice actor, best known for providing the voice of Mario, the star of Nintendo's flagship franchise.
This system was called "Mario in Real-Time," or "MIRT." Martinet could see the attendees by means of a camera setup, and a facial motion capture rig recorded his mouth movements in order to synchronise Martinet's mouth movement with the on-screen Mario mouth movement.
Martinet has also done the primary voice work in several educational game series such as Leap Frog.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Charles_Martinet   (476 words)

 CAEA : SNCAC NC 702 Martinet
The Martinet has its origins in a German plane, Siebel 204, twin-engined connection aircraft driven by Argus engines and two-bladed propellers.
The first specimen was NC.700 Martinet equipped with an opaque nose, passing at once to the NC.701 with an completely glazed nose.
Martinet 282 has been entrusted to us in 2002 by Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace of Le Bourget.
caea.free.fr /en/coll/martinet.html   (281 words)

 Siliconera » It’s a me Charles Martinet, the voice of Mario   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Martinet thought of a stereotypical Italian voice with a thick accent, the result was a voice that sounded like it was out of a mob movie.
Martinet on the evolution of the series, “Super Mario Galaxy is Mr.
Martinet says, “everything is brand new with Wii.” He mentioned how he liked the controller’s use as a tennis racquet in Wii Sports and as part of a hula hoop in Wario Ware: Smooth Moves.
www.siliconera.com /2006/07/26/its-a-me-charles-martinet-the-voice-of-mario   (792 words)

 François Nicolas Martinet
Under these circumstances it is not surprising that illustrations in books up to this period commonly showed birds motionless on a rock or stump, perching on a bare branch, or standing by a lake or stream, serving the simple purpose of presenting the species for description and classification.
The popularity and recognition François Nicolas Martinet increasingly received for his talent as an ornithological artist can be seen through his contribution of illustrations for some of the most influential ornithology books of the 1700s.
Martinet's talent and popularity grew as he worked in turn for François Salèrne, Mathurin Jacques Brisson, and le comte de Buffon to draw and engrave the bird illustrations for their books.
www.sil.si.edu /DigitalCollections/NHRareBooks/Martinet/martinet-introduction.htm   (5697 words)

 Dictionary.com/Word of the Day Archive/martinet
He is an unmitigated tyrant, a martinet, the sort of man who disapproves of his son's eating the morning oatmeal with sugar -- instead of salt, which he himself prefers.
It is the example of this unlovable martinet, not the "Good Joe" who replaces him, that will help them survive in combat.
A martinet is so called after an officer of that name in the French army under Louis XIV.
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 Notarial Archives Research Center - Louis A. Martinet Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Louis André Martinet was born on December 28, 1849 in St. Martinville, Louisiana, one of eight children of Hipolite Martinet, a Belgian carpenter, and Marie Louise Benoit, a native of Louisiana and a free woman of color.
Martinet served on the Orleans Parish School Board in 1877 and was appointed by Gov. Samuel Douglas McEnery to the Board of Trustees at Southern University, which he served on from 1889 to 1897.
The Notarial Acts of Louis A. Martinet are held in 8 volumes, dating from March 1888 to January 1917 and bound in volumes chronologically.
www.notarialarchives.org /martinet.htm   (914 words)

 N-Sider.com: Charles Martinet
Before 1996, Martinet was the voice of Mario at tradeshows, sporting events and other Nintendo public performances.
Martinet was born in 1956 in San Jose, California.
After performing in over 75 plays in nine years, he began to do voice acting, trade shows presentations, and auditions "for every film and television part that came to town." This ambition landed him parts in several TV shows, movies, and hundreds of corporate videos.
www.n-sider.com /personnelview.php?personnelid=503   (172 words)

 Willoughby, OH CPA, Full service tax and business consulting, Martinet, Martinet & Recchia
Martinet, Martinet and Recchia has developed and expanded its line of services to customize an accounting and tax planning program which fits the client's overall objective.
Martinet, Martinet and Recchia's most ambitious service, the Business Partnership Program is truly an innovative approach to the client/accountant relationship.
Martinet, Martinet and Recchia, Inc., now in it's third generation of business, has grown to service a vast clientele with complex needs.
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 Miles M.25 Martinet (Queen Martinet)
The Miles Martinet was a target-tug monoplane, a later version called the Queen Martinet was an unmanned target aircraft.
Miles Martinet: A total of almost 400 Miles Martinets were transferred to the Fleet Air Arm from the RAF between 1943-1946.
The last Martinet to serve with the Royal Navy was RG995 which served with 728 squadron until December 1947.
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 Martinet 1.2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Martinet is a type of Swift that inhabits the south of France during the summer season.
The structure is simple, yet the middle portion of the paper is taken up by the pleating and wasted.
I have to use that extra middle paper to provide for feathers, but I have found that it takes away from the flowing characteristic that is so present in the martinet.
web.mit.edu /~jasonku/www/2003/martinet.html   (143 words)

 Magna Models 1/72 Miles M.25 Martinet TT.1
The Miles M.25 Martinet arose from a response to Air Ministry specification 12/41, and the first prototype flew in 1942.
There are some differences between the two aircraft: the Martinet was longer than the Master Mk.2 to counter the weight of the target towing equipment, the Martinet was heavier than the Master Mk.2, the Martinet was slower than the Master Mk.2, the and the Martinet canopy was different.
The Martinet was a two-seat aircraft of wooden construction with fabric surfaces, and was powered by an 870-hp Bristol Mercury radial piston engine, with a top speed of about 240 mph, and a cruising speed of some 200 mph.
www.fortunecity.com /meltingpot/portland/971/Reviews/raf/martinet.htm   (1968 words)

 S W A D - Martinet, Charles
Charles Martinet (pronounced Martih-nay) was born in San Jose, CA in 1956 where he lived until he was twelve.
Martinet only started acting when he was twenty at the urging of a friend who was teaching a course in acting.
Martinet auditioned for everything he could and did hundreds of radio/TV spots and commercials, a myriad of video games and more than a handful of feature films and television shows.
www.nerf-herders-anonymous.net /CharlesMartinet.html   (796 words)

 Historia de interlingua: Biographias - André Martinet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In 1998, André Martinet acceptava le invitation del UMI a devenir associato distinguite, entrante como collega del duo altere associatos distinguite del UMI – le premiato Nobel in scientia economic James M. Buchanan, SUA, e le philosopho italian Giovanni Blandino de Roma.
Durante multe annos le UMI (non fundate ante que in 1955) non habeva contacto con André Martinet, ma al initiativa del Union Interlinguista de Francia on succedeva trovar le professor pro un interview super le lingua e su labor preparatori.
André Martinet: "Langues a posteriori", sex parve foliettos dactylographate, sin data, verisimilemente anterior al obras sequente.
www.interlingua.com /historia/biographias/martinet.htm   (661 words)

 George Glazer Gallery - Martinet Buffon Birds
While the theories he proposed to explain these phenomena were by and large incorrect, he correctly grasped that a new paradigm was needed.
François Nicolas Martinet was a French engraver and draughtsman.
In 1756 he was working for the court of France as Graveur du Cabinet du Roi, under the auspices of the Menus Plaisirs du Roi, making engravings after drawings by others of such subjects as the May Ball at Versailles during the Carnival of 1763.
www.georgeglazer.com /prints/nathist/birds/martinet.html   (582 words)

 Martinet Legal Society :: The Greater New Orleans Louis A. Martinet Society, Inc.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Martinet Legal Society :: The Greater New Orleans Louis A. Martinet Society, Inc.
The executive board implores you to participate in its activities and we welcome your ideas in organizing future activities that will help shape this organization and this city at this historic time.
The posting of these ads are not intended to be an endorsement by The Greater New Orleans Louis A. Martinet Legal Society.
www.martinetsociety.org   (211 words)

 Ken Martinet's many ministries | The-Tidings.com
The conversion experience came while Ken and Peggy Martinet were attending Marriage Encounter at St. Bede the Venerable Church in La Cañada.
He had changed jobs, and he and Peggy's marriage was not in "real good shape." A convert from Judaism, Peggy never really participated in her new-found religion.
Soon the Martinets were heading up the Marriage Encounter program themselves, mentoring couples and even organizing international conventions.
www.the-tidings.com /2004/1217/martinet.htm   (1092 words)

 André Martinet
mentiona André Martinet in su libro sub le capitulo in re Sr.
Beginning in summer 1946, IALA activities in New- York came under the direction of the French linguist André Martinet (b.
Brought to New York by Alice Morris specifically to become the new director of IALA research, Martinet publicized the organization and its objectives with articles in French addressed to the linguistic community...
bowks.net /worldlang/aux/p_AndreMartinet.html   (322 words)

 Brewer, E. Cobham. Dictionary of Phrase & Fable. Martinet.
Shaw, G.B. Stein, G. Stevenson, R.L. Wells, H.G. Reference > Brewer’s Dictionary > Martinet.
A strict disciplinarian; so called from the Marquis of Martinet, a young colonel in the reign of Louis XIV., who remodelled the infantry, and was slain at the siege of Doesbourg, in 1672 (Voltaire, Louis XIV., c.
   The French martinet was a whip with twelve leather thongs.
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 Miles Martinet Restoration
The centre section is now ply covered completly on the underside and the top surface is just awaiting us finishing the flap installation.
The Martinet is on its only legs for the first time since July 1951.
The first picture shows the tailplane structure we are working on in the workshop, the other is the ply covering to the top of the fuselage which is being formed to shape over the fuselage.
home.comcast.net /~aero51/html/exhibits/martinet_restoration.htm   (590 words)

 Martinet Family Coat of Arms by The Tree Maker   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Martinet Coat of Arms Emailed to You in a JPEG Format Within 2 Business Days.
Martinet Family coat of arms with family crest {unframed}
Martinet Family coat of arms with family crest {cherry wood framed}
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 martinet - OneLook Dictionary Search
Martinet : Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (1898) [home, info]
MARTINET : 1911 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica [home, info]
Phrases that include martinet: charles martinet, martinet dioxindole synthesis, miles martinet
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 Clos Martinet 2004
José Luis Pérez, owner and winemaker of Mas Martinet (together with his daughter Sara), is one of the standard bearers of the new Priorat wines - and their wines are getting better and better.
Clos Martinet 2004 is characterised by a return to rounder tannins along with clean fruit with lots of mineral and balsamic notes.
Best cellared for a while, if you can't resist temptation I'd recommend decanting a while before drinking it.
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 Anecdote - Jean Martinet - Martinet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Celebrity Anecdotes is a 2006 IPPY Award nominee: True funny stories (embarrassing moments, pranks, bloopers, quips, insults...) about 48 celebs from Jennifer Aniston, George Clooney and Johnny Depp to Arnold, Cher, Jacko, Ozzy, Tiger & Donald Trump.
The French general Jean Martinet, who beat Louis XIV's soldiers into shape with relentless drills, naturally became a much-loathed man. He was later killed on the battlefield as he led a charge - by gunfire from his own troops.
[A "martinet" has come to mean a strict military disciplinarian.]
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thank you martinet, it means a lot to receive birthday kudos from such skilled boyz
you know that guy who is in martinet.
the word martinet was used on malcolm in the middle today.
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 Pierre Martinet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pierre Martinet is an ex-agent of DGSE, the French external intelligence agency.
In 2005 he published the book La DGSE : service action, un agent sort de l'ombre (The DGSE, Action Service, An Agent Comes Out of the Shadow).
In an interview published in Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet on April 30, 2005, Martinet describes how the habits of assassination victims are mapped out by a preparatory team (which he was part of), for example by setting up illegal video surveillance.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pierre_Martinet   (200 words)

 Le Repaire
Martinet is a three bedroom gite with light and spacious rooms, exposed beams and original stonework throughout.
Martinet comfortably sleeps six people (eight by arrangement)
Open stairs to first floor with sofa in reading area below.
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