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1939 French Grand Prix - Classification
16 Rudolf Caracciola Daimler-Benz AG Mercedes-Benz W154 1 Accident 7 ... Grand Prix Race Previous race 1939 Belgian Grand Prix 1939 Grand Prix season Next race 1939 ...
1907 French Grand Prix - Classification
... Le Blon Panhard 3 Driver injury Ret PL1 George Heath Panhard 1 Engine Grand Prix Race Previous race None 1907 Grand Prix season Next race None Previous race ...
Rugby Football - Forms of Rugby
... The tourists achieved a "Grand Slam" of victories over all five major European teams, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and France ... The French had been excluded from the Rugby Union Five Nations amid allegations of professionalism, so the country was receptive to the new game ... By 1939, the French league has 225 clubs ...
1998 French Motorcycle Grand Prix - 125cc Classification
... Gino Borsoi Aprilia 2 Accident 15 Previous race 1998 Italian Grand Prix FIM Grand Prix World Championship 1998 season Next race 1998 Madrid Grand Prix Previous race 1997 French Grand Prix French Grand Prix Next race ...
List Of Dog Breeds - List With Classification and Standards
... Basset Fauve de Bretagne France Hound Basset Griffon Vendéen, Grand France FSS Scenthound Basset Griffon Vendéen, Petit France Group 06 Section 01 #067 Hound Group Group 04 (Hounds) Group ...

Famous quotes containing the words grand and/or french:

    This we take it is the grand characteristic of our age. By our skill in Mechanism, it has come to pass, that in the management of external things we excel all other ages; while in whatever respects the pure moral nature, in true dignity of soul and character, we are perhaps inferior to most civilised ages.
    Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881)

    But as some silly young men returning from France affect a broken English, to be thought perfect in the French language; so his Lordship, I think, to seem a perfect understander of the unintelligible language of the Schoolmen, pretends an ignorance of his mother-tongue. He talks here of command and counsel as if he were no Englishman, nor knew any difference between their significations.
    Thomas Hobbes (1579–1688)