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  Picard language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Picard is a language closely related to French, and as such is one of the larger group of Romance languages.
Picard is not taught in French schools (apart from a few one-off and isolated schemes) and is only spoken between friends or in the home.
However, Picard is far from dead and constitutes a lively and large part of the daily life and folklore of the region.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Picard_language   (1678 words)

 The language - Achteure, ch’est à vous d’vir - The decline and revival of the Picard language. - Regional ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The language - Achteure, ch’est à vous d’vir - The decline and revival of the Picard language.
The decline and revival of the Picard language.
Picard and French are closely related languages, originating from a group of languages referred to as the “langues d’Oil” or “Oil languages”.
www.picardie.fr /en/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=28   (69 words)

 The Top Infinite Reasons Kirk Is Better Than Picard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Kirk is a Ferrari, Picard is a Skoda.
Picard is played by a man that's so unprofessional to the craft that he publicly whines about the producers of a play he was in, and it was so frowned-upon that he had to make a public apology, and even that was half-hearted...
Picard's doctor is as dull as dishwater, and worse, her son is the most annoying character in the history of the franchise.
www.geocities.com /flashgavin00/picard.html   (16724 words)

 Old French - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This vulgar Latin began to vary strongly from the classical language in its phonology; of course, spoken Latin, rather than the somewhat artificial literary language of classical Latin, was the ancestor of the Romance languages including Old French.
The Frankish language had a much larger impact on the vocabulary of Old French as a result of the Frankish conquest of much of the territory of modern France by the Franks during the time of the Volkerwanderung of the Germanic tribes.
A number of other Germanic peoples, including the Burgundians, were active in the territory at that time; the Germanic languages spoken by the Franks, Burgundians, and others were not written languages, and at this remove it is often difficult to identify from which specific Germanic source a given Germanic word in French is derived.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/OF   (2477 words)

 Picard, Max: World of Silence - Book Reviews - House of Hermits - Hermitary
To Picard the theologian, then, silence is to be contrasted with language, the gift of consciousness that distinguishes the rational being from the universe, capable of silence and noise.
But Picard's insistence on the supremacy of language versus the noise of modern technology (from construction noise to the radio) is a weak protest against time and change.
While Picard is to be commended for rescuing silence from its philosophical enemies, several resources for breaking the paradox that he proposes may be found elsewhere.
www.hermitary.com /bookreviews/picard.html   (659 words)

 Cache River, How it got its name
As the vernacular gradually replaced Latin, Picard was spoken in Picardy and French was spoken in Ile-de-France.
For centuries these languages were on equal footing, each being a dialect of the "langue d'oil" spoken in the northern half of the country, while "langue d'oc" was in the southern.
In Picard "cache" means hunt ("chasse" in French) and hunting was of primordial and vital importance for these explorers.
www.continentallocating.com /Archives/CacheRiver.htm   (266 words)

 Kethinov/Writing/Reviews/Star Trek
First, Picard refuses to fight the Tamarian captain and vigorously attempts to understand his language.
And ultimately it is Picard's cracking of the Tamarian language which saves the day.
The language can only be spoken by referencing to something that both communicating parties are familiar with.
eric.halo43.com /startrekepisodes.php?id=101   (904 words)

 Tamarian - Memory Alpha
Although the species was encountered a total of seven times in the hundred years after first contact, formal relations were unable to be established, due to the complexity and provincial nature of the Tamarian language - which is entirely composed of metaphors derived from their collective experience and mythology.
Unfortunately, Dathon was killed by the creature inhabiting the planet, but not before Picard was able to gain an understanding of the Tamarian language, and communicate with the Tamarian ship, which was engaged in combat with the Enterprise as a result of the misunderstanding over Picard's "capture".
Captain Picard did the same with the knife that was given to him by Dathon after he had returned to the Enterprise-D and found a quiet moment in his ready room to remember Dathon.
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Tamarian   (1022 words)

 LINGUIST List 15.2349: General Ling: N��ez-Cede�o, L�pez & Cameron
An interesting feature of this research is interconnection of prosodic, intonation, syntactic, logical and communicational aspects of the language which are rarely exhibited in their interconnection in the same research project.
The authors presuppose that the school learning of French is based on the written language and thus the perception of French as it concerns grammatical judgments is unreliable.
Analyzing language contact influence, two scholars do not find parallel structure in present linguistic situation in Basque and Basque Spanish, but it is not excluded ''that there must be some type of preexisting parallel structures'' at some period in the history of Basque Spanish.
www.linguistlist.org /issues/15/15-2349.html   (7335 words)

 Linguist List - Web Resource Listings
The HLS brings together scholars working on languages and language communities of the greater Himalayan region, abstracts for presentations from all fields of linguistics are invited.
Language, Literature and Translation in the Third Millennium, University of Bahrain, State of Bahrain: The Conference aims at bringing together a whole range of perspectives, and encouraging an exchange of ideas in keeping with the new demands in the broad fields of Language, Literature and Translation in the Third Millennium.
Researching language pedagogy: the effectiveness of teaching: The Conference focus are the effects of pedagogical interventions on L2 development, with a special concern for theoretical and methodological issues involved in the planning and implementation of experimental studies.
linguistlist.org /sp/Confs.html   (1957 words)

 "Make it so!"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Picard and the crew of the Enterprise experience such fear in their encounters with the Borg, hybrid biological-mechanical creatures with a wholly-shared consciousness, no individual identities, and formidable technological power.
But the most telling scene is one in the midst of these decades in which he lovingly advises his now-mature daughter, in unmistakable language, to give up the life of exploration and research that she has learned from him and to live in the moment with the young man she loves:
Picard returns to consciousness on the bridge, surrounded by his crew of fellow explorers and researchers.
hawk.fab2.albany.edu /picard/makeitso.htm   (1812 words)

 Picard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Picard, meaning a person from Picardie, a modern administrative region of France, is a surname, and may refer to
A member of the Picards, a religious sect in the fifteenth century.
The Picard Topology, a cone shaped formation that represents the 'shape' of the universe according to the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Picard   (202 words)

 The Walloon language page
Other regional languages spoken in certain areas of Wallonia include Picard (romance language, western half of the province of Hainaut), Lorrain (romance language, southern villages of the Luxembourg province), Champenois (romance language, one village in the south of the province of Namur) and Letzebuergesch (germanic language, region of Arlon).
All these languages are spoken in the neighboring countries: the major part of the Picard and Lorrain linguistic areas are in France (where they are not recognized at all as languages).
In our view, this should be considered as a sign of life, although language purists lament the fact that “their” Walloon is changing: if the language is being adapted by the new generation, this means that this generation still finds it useful and wishes to take it over, to make it its own.
www.wallonie.com /wallang   (3128 words)

 Julie Auger
In Pawel Nowak and Corey Yoquelet (eds.), BLS 29: Minority and Diasporic Languages of Europe.
To appear in Rafael Núñez-Cedeño, Richard Cameron, and Luís López (eds.), Language Knowledge and Language Use: Selected Papers from LSRL 31.
In Carl Blyth (ed.), The Sociolinguistics of Foreign Language Classrooms: Contributions of the Native, Near-native and the Non-native Speaker.
www.indiana.edu /~frithome/faculty/JAuger.html   (513 words)

 Sipping from the Cup of Hope, Part IV
Dathon's intent is that the common experience of defeating the monster will teach Picard his language.
Then Picard has a flash of insight -- the Tamarian language is one of tales.
Alas, Dathon dies, but Picard is able to defeat the monster and he returns to the Enterprise which is in combat with the Tamarian ship.
hermitswilderness.com /cupofhope/gigo-4.html   (1653 words)

 Michael Picard
Dr. Picard also moderates Cafe Philosophy, weekly community-based participatory philosophy dialogues that have continued in Victoria for over seven years.
Dr. Picard is currently writing two books: a partially fictionalized dialogue on philosophical and psychological issues; and a transcribed and edited collection of Cafe Philosophy dialogues on ecological concepts.
Dr. Picard is also an adjunct professor in the Science, Technology and the Environment division at Royal Roads University, where he has taught in various programs.
web.uvic.ca /psyc/picard.html   (188 words)

 Chapter 45   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Picard gave a soft growl of disapproval as he rolled his head to one
Picard sighed, shaking his head slowly as he stared at the floor.
Picard stared at her for a moment, as if he had forgotten she were
www.picard-crusher.net /e45-48.htm   (11274 words)

 Ethnologue report for language code:pcd
The Belgian government recognizes Picard officially as an indigenous regional language.
The European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages considers it as a language.
French is spoken at school, in court, for administration, with outsiders.
www.ethnologue.com /show_language.asp?code=pcd   (216 words)

 Faculty: Department of Education - Concordia University
His main research interest is to explore how the broad insights provided by theoretical phonology and sociolinguistics can be applied to the investigation of the variable patterns that characterize the speech of English learners.
His most recent publications involve the investigation of domain-driven and sociolinguistic variation in Picard and Brazilian Portuguese from an Optimality Theoretical perspective.
He also teaches Phonology, Computers in Language Learning, and Methodology: Reading and Writing, and has taught courses in theoretical and applied linguistics for both the Department of Linguistics at McGill University, as well as the Department of Foreign Languages at Universidade Federal do Pará (Brazil).
doe.concordia.ca /Faculty/profile_WCardoso.php   (522 words)

 PicardTagger - MusicBrainz
The project code-named Picard is the next generation MusicBrainz tagging application.
Picard is written in Python, which is a cross-platform language - this allows the same code to run both on Windows and on Linux.
Guide for tips on how to install Picard from sources on various linux distributions.
musicbrainz.org /doc/PicardTagger   (135 words)

 languagehat.com: THE EMLIT PROJECT.
I know pdf files are a nuisance, but this kind of material is surely worth it.
The days are long gone when, in Lille, an oath had to be taken in Picard.
Bu tthe picard language is no longer used in public life...
www.languagehat.com /archives/001029.php   (135 words)

 PicardTagger - MusicBrainz Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This version of Picard was built using libofa, a preliminary version of libtunepimp and the Python XML Webservice binding:
This version can create PUIDs, the new acousting fingerprint ID, and that is about it.
We'll be adding more documentation and cleaning things up in the coming days.
wiki.musicbrainz.org /PicardTagger   (204 words)

       Picard, T. The Relationship of a Multicultural/Multiethnic Literature Approach to Student Self-Efficacy Toward
       Picard, T. A Bakery:  Web page development project by preservice teachers.
Served as reading consultant for Putnam Public Schools.
www.ecsu.ctstateu.edu /personal/faculty/picardt/vita.htm   (433 words)

 Old French
See also the Dictionary definition of Old, French
The Frankish language had a much larger impact on the vocabulary of Old French as a result of the Frankish conquest of much of the territory of modern France by the Franks during the time of the Volkerwanderung of the Germanic peoples.
Old French also dropped many internal consonants when they followed the strongly stressed syllable; Latin PETRA{M) > Proto-Romance */peDra/ > OF pierre; cf.
www.askfactmaster.com /OF   (2403 words)

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