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Charpentier         
FAMILY NAME
Charpentier () is the French word for "carpenter", and it is also a French surname; a variant spelling is Carpentier. In English, the equivalent word and name is "Carpenter"; in German, "Zimmermann"; in Dutch, "Timmerman".
Toussaint von Charpentier         
GERMAN GEOLOGIST AND ENTOMOLOGIST (1779-1847)
Toussaint de Charpentier
Toussaint von Charpentier (22 November 1779 – 4 March 1847) was a German geologist and entomologist.
Alexandre Charpentier         
  • Charpentier, by [[Théo van Rysselberghe]]
  • bas-relief, Scipio Square, Paris
  • Poster published in [[Les Maîtres de l'Affiche]]
FRENCH ARTIST (1856-1909)
Alexander Charpentier
Alexandre-Louis-Marie Charpentier (1856–1909) was a French sculptor, medalist, craftsman, and cabinet-maker.
Pronunciation examples for Charpentier
1. Charpentier and George Church.
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2. when Emmanuel Charpentier and Jennifer
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3. with my colleague, Emmanuelle Charpentier,
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4. and Emmanuelle Charpentier in Paris
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5. But when Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier
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Examples of use of Charpentier
1. Louis Cathedral, says Charpentier, has made room for many weddings originally scheduled at other churches.
2. Andr Charpentier, the Mayor of Basse–Pointe, a northern town of 4,000 people, said that 16 passengers from the area were among the victims.
3. Andr Charpentier, the mayor of the Martinique town of Basse–Pointe, said 16 people from his town, including eight municipal employees, were among the dead.
4. Now, wedding coordinator Kevin Charpentier warns brides that if they want a Saturday evening ceremony, they‘ll probably have to wait two years.
5. "There were couples who went away, and so today there are children who are orphans," Andre Charpentier, mayor of the Martinique town of Basse–Pointe from which 16 of the victims came, said.