Notre Dame commonly refers to:
- Notre Dame (Our Lady), a French title for the Blessed Virgin Mary
- Notre Dame de Paris, the most famous church with this name
- University of Notre Dame, Indiana, United States
- Notre Dame Educational Association, a network of Notre Dame Schools in the Philippines
It may also refer to:
Other articles related to "notre dame":
... University of Notre Dame Blessed Virgin Mary Mother of the Church Alma mater. ...
... Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance 09/10/1988 900 pm #9 Michigan #13 Notre Dame Stadium • Notre Dame, IN CBS W 19-17 59,075 09/17/1988 1200 pm at. 31-30 59,075 10/22/1988 1200 pm Air Force #2 Notre Dame Stadium • Notre Dame, IN W 41-13 59,075 10/29/1988 1200 pm vs ... Stadium • Baltimore, MD W 22-7 54,929 11/05/1988 1200 pm Rice #1 Notre Dame Stadium • Notre Dame, IN W 54-11 59,075 11/19/1988 1200 pm Penn St ...
1 4 ... Total #8 Notre Dame 20 ... Michigan State 3 ... MSU threatened Notre Dame early with a 1st quarter field goal, but that would be the only points of the day ... Notre Dame struggled early in the contest, accumulating only 50 yards running on 21 carries ... The star of the game was Notre Dame's defense, which held the Spartans to 89 yards rushing for the game ...
... The 1988 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team represented the University of Notre Dame during the 1988 college football season ...
... Mary's, Notre Dame, Indiana ... He was one of the first students of the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, and in 1849 received the first degree conferred by that institution ... September 1, 1851, he entered the novitiate of the Congregation of Holy Cross at Notre Dame, Indiana, made his religious profession August 15, 1853, and was ...
Famous quotes containing the words dame and/or notre:
“You know, a dame with a rod is like a guy with a knitting needle.”
—Geoffrey Homes (19021977)
“Se bella piu satore, je notre so catore,
Je notre qui cavore, je la qu, la qui, la quai!
Le spinash or le busho, cigaretto toto bello,
Ce rakish spagoletto, si la tu, la tu, la tua!
Senora pelefima, voulez-vous le taximeter,
La zionta sur le tita, tu le tu le tu le wa!”
—Charlie Chaplin (18891977)