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Bazin - Other
... Bazin, Hungarian name of the town of Pezinok in Slovakia Bazeen, also spelled bazin, a Libyan dish ...
Claude Bazin De Bezons - Biography
... Bazin de Bezons was born in Paris, France ... His grandfather, Claude Bazin, married Marie Chanterel in 1580 and was knighted by Louis XIII in 1611, giving him the Lordship of Bezons ... Claude Bazin de Bezons eventually became an attorney at the Grand Conseil, a high French court put in place to rule on contentious legal matters ...
Assassination Of Hervé Bazin - Death
... Bazin (referred to as Hervé Bazin in some sources) had come to symbolise the abuses of the recruitment system amongst the Annamite workers involved ... the overthrow of the French colonial system of which Bazin was merely a minor tool ... the help of an accomplice, this individual shot and killed Bazin as he was leaving the home of his mistress on February 9, 1929 ...
Haitian Presidential Election, 2006 - Presidential Candidates - Marc Bazin
... Bazin is a former Minister of Finance and Economy under the dictatorship of Jean-Claude Duvalier, and has also served as an official for the World Bank ... In the 1990 elections Bazin received 14% of the votes, losing out to Jean-Bertrand Aristide ... During the temporary coup d'état that replaced Aristide in 1991, Bazin was selected as the Prime Minister ...
Hervé Bazin
... Hervé Bazin (Jean-Pierre Hervé-Bazin) (April 17, 1911, Angers, Maine-et-Loire - February 17, 1996, Angers) was a French writer, whose best-known novels covered semi-autobiographical topics of teenage rebellion and ...

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    Photography does not create eternity, as art does; it embalms time, rescuing it simply from its proper corruption.
    —André Bazin (1918–1958)