Amiel

Amiel can refer to:

  • Amiel Daemion, Australian pop singer.
  • Amiel Flippo, American philosopher, writer, and critic.

Amiel as a surname can refer to:

  • Barbara Amiel, writer and wife of Conrad Black.
  • Gausbert Amiel, troubadour
  • Henri-Frédéric Amiel, a Swiss philosopher, poet and critic.
  • Jon Amiel, a British director.
  • Pierre Amiel.
  • Thierry Amiel, French singer.
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Other articles related to "amiel":

Audio Out - Singles
... "Lovesong", the first single, became Amiel's most-successful single release, reaching number six on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart ... Written by Amiel herself, she states that the song is quite autobiographical, she states "I went out with this guy, it was three dates, just dinners, it was so irrelevant, it ... It became a top-twenty hit for Amiel in Australia ...
Fort Amiel Museum
... Fort Amiel Museum is in Newcastle KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa ... Fort Amiel was constructed in 1876 by Major Charles Frederick Amiel and soldiers of the 80th Staffordshire Volunteers ... Fort Amiel served as a commissariat depot, transit camp and hospital ...
Barbara Amiel - Publications
... death of Christine Demeter George Jonas with Barbara Amiel ... Jonas and Amiel were married at the time.) 1978 East and West selected poems with a profile of the poet by Barbara Amiel, by George Faludy and Barbara. 150th Anniversary Barbara Amiel and Lorraine Monk, Toronto McClelland Stewart ISBN 0-7710-6085-8 ...
Lovesong (Amiel Song)
... "Lovesong" is a pop song written by Amiel Daemion and produced by Josh Abrahams for Amiel's first album Audio Out (2003) ... The video shows a split screen of Amiel and a man who both enter a restaurant and sit down ...
Count Turf - Background
... near Paris, Kentucky, Count Turf was owned by New York City restaurateur Jack Amiel who bought him at a yearling sale for $3,700 ... Amiel named him Count for his sire and Turf for his Turf Restaurant in Times Square ... In the mid-1950s, Amiel dispensed with his ownership of the Turf Restaurant and became a co-owner of next-door's Jack Dempsey's Broadway Restaurant ...

Famous quotes containing the word amiel:

    Common sense is the measure of the possible; it is composed of experience and prevision; it is calculation appled to life.
    —Henri-Frédéric Amiel (1821–1881)

    Uncertainty is the refuge of hope.
    —Henri-Frédéric Amiel (1821–1881)

    An error is the more dangerous in proportion to the degree of truth which it contains.
    —Henri-Frédéric Amiel (1821–1881)