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Les français aux JO de Londres : Jour 5 & 6

Bonjour, Original old French offset litho print by Library LAROUSSE under the direction of Claude AUGE. Theme of the print : SPORTS A4 /JEUX OLYMPIQUES (OLYMPICS ) A4 /GYMNASTIQUE (GYMNASTICS ) A4 /ESCRIME (FENCING) A4 /NATATION (SWIMMING ) A4 /BOXE (BOXING ) A4 / LUTTE (FIGHT ) smaller format : SAUTS & CANNE / BATON (JUMPS & CANE / STICK ) Recto: Black & white lithograph verso: french words and illustrations The print has been printed by Editions Larousse, Paris 1922 . The pages…

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A white man asked a black C-SPAN guest how to fight his own racial prejudice. Her answer was great.

A white man asked a black C-SPAN guest how to fight his own racial prejudice. Her answer was great. - Vox

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20 Olympians Who Have Truly Embraced Nail Art

Margaux Farrell

Season of the Five Rings: Suing for World Peace as We Aim for Gold | MOTIVATIONAL THOUGHTS and INSIGHTS. “The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part....The essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well.” - Pierre de Coubertin (French educator and thinker, July 24, 1908.) In every day parlance, it may sound very ironical that a competition could be an avenue to promote world peace. But the Olympics goes way beyond just being a…

The slogan reads: "After the Olympic Games, the fight for human rights must go on." They were commissioned from the advertising firm TBWA by Amnesty's French offices. Even though the organisation decided not to use them because they were too graphic, the firm entered them for a website competition, from where they began to circulate on China's internet bulletin boards.

Sigrid Agren | Teen Vogue June 2008

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Highlights from the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games

French figure skaters Vanessa James and Yannick Bonheur - the first black figure skating couple to compete at the Olympic Games. Read more: http://www.oprah.com/world/Highlights-from-the-2010-Vancouver-Olympic-Games/7#ixzz22PunRddO

French boxer through to the semis: Estelle Mossely of France celebrates after…

Philippe Decouflé (1961) est un danseur et chorégraphe français de danse contemporaine. Chorégraphe populaire, devenu célèbre grâce à la mise en scène des cérémonies d'ouverture et de clôture des Jeux olympiques d'Albertville en 1992, il a constitué une compagnie de danse éclectique et inventive, rencontrant un grand succès auprès du public depuis les années 1990. #danse #france #decoufle