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Pierre

A conspirator in Otway's Venice Preserved. He is described as a patriot of the bluntest manners, and a stoical heart. Uglier than Pierre du Coignet (French). Coignèes was an advocate-…

Pierre Curie

Pierre Curie was a 19th century French scientist whose work with his wife, Marie Curie, led to some of the most important discoveries in modern physics and chemistry. After an unconventional education…

DBC Pierre

writerBorn: 1961Best Known as: author who wrote Vernon God Little Birthplace: Australia DBC Pierre was the winner of the Man Booker Prize for fiction in 20…

Pierre Trudeau

Pierre Trudeau was prime minister of Canada for nearly 16 years beginning in 1968. A professor before he jumped into politics with the Liberal party, Pierre Trudeau entered office with a brainy chari…

Pierre SOULÉ

Senate Years of Service: 1847-1847; 1849-1853 Party: Democrat; Democrat SOULÉ, Pierre, a Senator from Louisiana; born in Castillon-en-Couserans, near Bordeaux, France, August 31, 1801;…

Pierre Toussaint

Pierre Toussaint philanthropist Born: 1766Birthplace: Santo Domingo He was originally a slave brought to New York City in 1787. Upon his owner's death and the subsequent impoverishment of the …

Pierre Boulez

Pierre Boulezavant-garde conductor, composerBorn: 3/26/1925Birthplace: Montbrison, France Grammy Award-winning conductor and composer considered a leader of the avant-garde. His works include…

The Widow of St. Pierre

Director:Patrice LeconteWriter:Claude FaraldoLions Gate Films; R; 108 minutesRelease:3/01Cast:Juliette Binoche, Daniel Auteuil, Emir Kusturica French director Patrice Leconte believes in inevi…

Pierre Emil George SALINGER

Senate Years of Service: 1964-1964Party: DemocratSALINGER, Pierre Emil George, a Senator from California; born in San Francisco, Calif., June 14, 1925; attended San Francisco State College 1942…

Marie and Pierre Curie

Partners in love and science by David Johnson Unable to continue her studies in Poland because universities did not admit women, Maria Sklodowska Curie traveled to Paris in 1891 to…