John French

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Captain Beefheart Discography - Main Releases - Studio Albums
... as Milk Released in September 1967 Label Buddah (US), Pye (UK) John French Ry Cooder Alex St ... Personal Released in October 1968 Label Blue Thumb (US), Liberty (UK) John French Alex St. 1969 Trout Mask Replica Released on June 16, 1969 Label Straight John French Jeff Cotton Bill Harkleroad Mark Boston Victor Hayden — 1970 ... Lick My Decals Off ...
French (surname)
... French is anglicised versions of Defreine which has Norman Irish origin ... families of Irish peers who carry the names DeFréine, ffrench, and French ... As Anglo-Normans the French family became one of the 14 Tribes of Galway, helping to found the town in 1425AD, fortifying it to keep the locals out ...
John French, 2nd Earl Of Ypres
... John Richard Lowndes French, 2nd Earl of Ypres (6 July 1881- 5 April 1958) was the son of the British field marshal and the first commander of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF ... French was also a talented artist, something which did not endear him to his father ... He was succeeded by his son John ...
Siege Of Maubeuge
... took place between August 24 and September 7, 1914 when the French garrison of the Maubeuge Fortress finally surrendered to the Germans at the start of World War I on the Western Front ... Kitchener ordered General John French not to consider himself under the command of the French Army ... August 24 Early in the morning John French briefly threatened to retreat away from the Charles Lanrezac's Fifth Army towards Amiens, until he’s dissuaded by Joffre - John ...
Crazy Backwards Alphabet - Track Listing - CD Version
... The Blood and the Ink" (Bob Adams John French) – 502 "Det Enda Raka?" (Michael Maksymenko) – 158 "Get To You" (John French) – 430 "The Welfare Elite" (John French Henry Kaiser) – 352 "Ghosts ...

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    He that is born to be hanged shall never be drowned.
    —14th-century French proverb, first recorded in English in A. Barclay, Gringore’s Castle of Labour (1506)