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EXPLORER, MOUTAIN MAN, COUREUR DES BOIS, FUR TRADER
Jacques LaRamie; Jacques LaRamee; Jacques Laramie; Jacques La Ramie
  • United States Unorganized Territory]] of present-day [[Wyoming]]

Jacques      
n. Jacques, französischer männlicher Vorname; französischer Nachname
Jacques Brel         
  • Jacques Brel's grave in [[Atuona]]
  • Brel during the fiming of L'Emmerdeur in 1973.
  • Jacques Brel, 1955
  • Jacques Brel, 1971
  • Jacques Brel Statue, Vesoul
  • L'Envol]] memorial in [[Brussels]]
  • Jacques Brel, 1971
  • Jacques Brel, 1963
  • Jacques Brel, 1963
  • Jacques Brel, 1963
BELGIAN SINGER (1929–1978)
Jacques Georges Brel; Jacques Romain Brel; Jacques R. Georges Brel; Jacques Romain G. Brel; Jacques R. G. Brel; Jacques G. Brel; Jacques R. Brel; Jacques Romain Georges Brel; Jaques Brel; Les Flamandes; Le Grand Jacques
Jacques Brel (belgisch-französischer Sänger und Komponist)
Jacques Cousteau         
  • Cousteau on the ''Calypso''
  • Cousteau's [[Diving Saucer]]
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  • Cousteau's submarine near Oceanographic Museum in Monaco
FRENCH NAVAL OFFICER WHO CO-INVENTED OPEN CIRCUIT DEMAND SCUBA
Jacque Cousteau; Jacques Yves Cousteau; French Narrator; Jacques Custeau; Jacques cousteau; Captain Cousteau; Commandant Cousteau; Jack Cousteau; Cousteau Society; Jaques Yves Costue; Pierre-Yves Cousteau; Jacques-Yves Cousteau; Jaques Cousteau; Jock Cousteau; The Cousteau Odyssey; Jaques Costeau
n. Jacques Cousteau, (1910-97) französischer Filmemacher Autor und Forscher, Miterfinder des Aqualung (Scuba-Zubehör)

Definition

Tenonian
·adj Discovered or described by M. Tenon, a French anatomist.

Wikipedia

Jacques La Ramee

Jacques La Ramée (June 8, 1784 – 1821) was a French-Canadian and Métis coureur des bois, frontiersman, trapper, fur trader, hunter, explorer, and mountain man who lived in what is now the U.S. state of Wyoming, having settled there in 1815. His name appears in several spellings, including La Ramee, Laramée, LaRamée, La Ramie, La Rami, La Remy, and Laramie. La Ramée is credited as an early explorer of what is now called the Laramie River of Wyoming and Colorado. The city of Laramie, Wyoming, with an Americanized spelling, was later named for him.