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Category:1864 in France

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This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. E. ▻ 1864 establishments in France (10 P). F. ▻ 1864 in the French colonial empire (1 P)  ...

French Eating Establishments - Discover France

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Tips on eating out in France: understanding menus, glossary of different gastronomic and drinking establishments, avoiding ÔtouristyÕ spots, etiquette, dining ...

American Restaurants and Cuisine in the Mid–Nineteenth Century

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gated mid-nineteenth-century restaurants in terms of their so- ciability, social roles, and public ... riched upper class gave a more energetic and consistent French coloration to fine ..... and from 1 November 1864 to 31 October 1865. Twenty-four.

Yosemite National Park established - Oct 01, 1890 - HISTORY.com

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All events in one email; A variety of categories; Shareable content .... In 1864, to ward off further commercial exploitation, conservationists ... it laid the foundation for the establishment of the national and state park systems. ... Meanwhile, Silas Deane, the secret congressional agent in France, wrote to Congress pleading.

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A guide to the eateries of France - Lonely Planet

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Nov 20, 2012 ... Unlike the vast majority of restaurants in France, brasseries – which can look very much like cafés – serve full meals, drinks and coffee from ...

Customary IHL - Practice Relating to Rule 25. Medical Personnel

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Article 2 of the 1864 Geneva Convention provides: ... of the wounded and sick, and in the administration of medical formations and establishments, ..... Certain categories of persons and objects benefit from special protection under the law ..... France's LOAC Manual (2001) states: “The law of armed conflicts provides special ...

Bofinger - L'Ame du lieu

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In 1864, Colmar-native Frédéric Bofinger opened a modest establishment near the ... From Georges Pompidou to François Mitterrand, the political class once again ... reserved the first floor to celebrate his election as France's new president .