1. Requiem for a Nun of couches Requiem for a Nun (French: Requiem pour une nonne) is a play by Albert Camus, adapted from William Faulkner's 1951 novel of the same name. The play was published in 1962. Camus had a great admiration for Faulkner. In his play, he changed the dialogues substantially. According to John Philip Couch "In Requiem pour une nonne Camus achieved an unusual density and tension appropriate to tragedy... One may conclude that for the first time in his career Camus was capable of writing a serious play worthy of his accomplishments in the novel." ------ 2. Joe Kaminer of couches Joe Kaminer (25 January 1934 in Warmbad) was a South African rugby union player.
Kaminer, who is Jewish, was born in Warmbad and schooled in Pietersburg. He played a single test for the Boks, making his debut on 16 Aug 1958, with the Boks losing against France at Ellis Park. Kaminer played for Wits and Transvaal. ------ 3. Life of couches Charles Franois Lacroix of Marseille was a landscape and marine painter, in the style of Claude Joseph Vernet, Jean-Joseph Kapeller (1702-1790) and Henry of Arles. He was a pupil and imitator of Joseph Vernet, and stayed in Rome in 1754. From 1776, he exhibited with great success and spent a good part of his life between Italy and Provence. In 1780, he published an ad to welcome students in his studio in Paris. Jean-Jacques Le Veau and Nol Le Mire engraved some of his paintings ------ 4. Misrepresentation in Indian Law of couches A concept of English law that has been adopted in India, a misrepresentation is an untrue or misleading statement of fact made during negotiations by one party to another, which then induces that other party into the contract. The misled party may normally rescind the contract, and sometimes may be awarded damages as well (or instead of rescission) ------ 5. Canada of couches Saint-Maurice (Lower Canada), an electoral district 17921838
Saint-Maurice (Province of Canada), an electoral district 18411867
Saint-Maurice (electoral district), a former federal electoral district represented in the House of Commons, in Quebec 18671896, 19682004
Saint-Maurice River in Quebec
Saint-Maurice (provincial electoral district), in Quebec 18672018
Saint-Maurice, Quebec, a parish municipality in the Mauricie region of the province of Quebec
Saint-Maurice, a community within the City of La Tuque, Quebec
Saint-Maurice, a community within Wellington Parish, New Brunswick
Saint-Maurice-de-Dalquier, a community within the City of Amos, Quebec
Saint-Maurice-de-l'chouerie, a community within the City of Gasp, Quebec ------ 6. Biography of couches Colletet was born and died in Paris. He had a great reputation among his contemporaries and enjoyed the patronage of several important people, including Cardinal Richelieu, which whom he sometimes collaborated and who once gave him 600 livres for six verses.
Colletet married, in succession, three female servants, one of whom, Claudine Le Nain, he attempted to pass off as a poet in her own right, himself composing works which she then signed. When he realised he was dying, he produced a poem stating that she was giving up poetry following her husband's death; but no one was fooled. Jean de La Fontaine wrote an epigram on the subject. ------ 7. Literature of couches The Finishing School (Spark novel), 2004 novella by Scottish writer Muriel Spark
The Finishing School, 1984 novel by American writer Gail Godwin
The Finishing School, 2005 book by American writer Dick Couch
Finishing School (series), a four-book young adult steampunk series by American writer Gail Carriger ------ 8. Films of couches Finishing School (1934 film), American romantic drama directed by George Nichols, Jr.
Finishing School (1953 film), Italian romantic comedy directed by Bernard Vorhaus; also known as Luxury Girls; original title Fanciulle di lusso
The Finishing School (film), 1969 Spanish horror feature directed by Narciso Ibez Serrador ------ 9. Gallery of couches Works Charles-Franois Lacroix de Marseille
Marine, effet de nuit, Dijon, muse Magnin.
Bord de mer, muse des beaux-arts de Marseille.
Les cascades de Tivoli, muse des beaux-arts de Libourne.
Effet de soleil brumeux, muse d'art de Toulon.
The Villa of Maecenas in Tivoli (1764), Berlin, muse de Bode.
Marine de nuit (1765), muse des beaux-arts de Dijon.
Scne portuaire au coucher du soleil Dallas Museum of Art. ------ 10. In India (under IPC section-90) of couches In India, the federal laws defines misrepresentation under "Misconception Of Fact". This is dealt with under the Indian Penal Code in Section 90, which states:
Consent given firstly under fear of injury, and secondly under a misconception of fact, is not consent at all.
That is what is explained in the first part of Section 90. There are two grounds specified in Section 90 which are analogous to coercion and mistake of fact which are the familiar grounds that can vitiate a transaction under the jurisprudence of India and other countries. The factors set out in first part of Section 90 are from the point of view of the victim; the second part of Section 90 enacts the corresponding provision from the point of view of the accused. It envisages that the accused has knowledge of - or reason to believe that - the consent was given by the victim in consequence of fear of injury or misconception of fact. Thus the second part lays emphasis on the knowledge or reasonable belief of the person who obtains the tainted consent. The requirements of both parts should be cumulatively satisfied. In other words, the Court has to determine whether the person giving the consent has done so under fear or misconception of fact; the court should also be satisfied that the person doing the act (i.e. the alleged offender) is conscious of the fact or should have reason to think that but for the fear or misconception, the consent would not have been given. This is the scheme of Section 90 which is couched in negative terminology. ------ 11. France of couches Bourg-Saint-Maurice, Savoie
Saint-Maurice-aux-Forges, in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department
Saint-Maurice-aux-Riches-Hommes, in the Yonne department
Saint-Maurice-Colombier, in the Doubs department
Saint-Maurice-Crillat, in the Jura department
Saint-Maurice-d'Ardche, in the Ardche department
Saint-Maurice-d'telan, in the Seine-Maritime department
Saint-Maurice-d'Ibie, in the Ardche department
Saint-Maurice-de-Beynost, in the Ain department
Saint-Maurice-de-Cazevieille, in the Gard department
Saint-Maurice-de-Gourdans, in the Ain department
Saint-Maurice-de-Lestapel, in the Lot-et-Garonne department
Saint-Maurice-de-Lignon, in the Haute-Loire department
Saint-Maurice-de-Rmens, in the Ain department
Saint-Maurice-de-Rotherens, in the Savoie department
Saint-Maurice-de-Satonnay, in the Sane-et-Loire department
Saint-Maurice-de-Tavernole, in the Charente-Maritime department
Saint-Maurice-de-Ventalon, in the Lozre department
Saint-Maurice-des-Champs, in the Sane-et-Loire department
Saint-Maurice-des-Lions, in the Charente department
Saint-Maurice-des-Noues, in the Vende department
Saint-Maurice-du-Dsert, in the Orne department
Saint-Maurice-en-Chalencon, in the Ardche department
Saint-Maurice-en-Cotentin, in the Manche department
Saint-Maurice-en-Gourgois, in the Loire department
Saint-Maurice-en-Quercy, in the Lot department
Saint-Maurice-en-Rivire, in the Sane-et-Loire department
Saint-Maurice-en-Trives, in the Isre department
Saint-Maurice-en-Valgodemard, in the Hautes-Alpes department
Saint-Maurice-la-Cloure, in the Vienne department
Saint-Maurice-l'Exil, in the Isre department
Saint-Maurice-la-Fougereuse, in the Deux-Svres department
Saint-Maurice-la-Souterraine, in the Creuse department
Saint-Maurice-le-Girard, in the Vende department
Saint-Maurice-le-Vieil, in the Yonne department
Saint-Maurice-les-Brousses, in the Haute-Vienne department
Saint-Maurice-ls-Charencey, in the Orne department
Saint-Maurice-ls-Chteauneuf, in the Sane-et-Loire department
Saint-Maurice-ls-Couches, in the Sane-et-Loire department
Saint-Maurice-Montcouronne, in the Essonne department
Saint-Maurice-Navacelles, in the Hrault department
Saint-Maurice-prs-Crocq, in the Creuse department
Saint-Maurice-prs-Pionsat, in the Puy-de-Dme department
Saint-Maurice-Saint-Germain, in the Eure-et-Loir department
Saint-Maurice-sous-les-Ctes, in the Meuse department
Saint-Maurice-sur-Adour, in the Landes department
Saint-Maurice-sur-Aveyron, in the Loiret department
Saint-Maurice-sur-Dargoire, in the Rhne department
Saint-Maurice-sur-Eygues, in the Drme department
Saint-Maurice-sur-Fessard, in the Loiret department
Saint-Maurice-sur-Huisne, in the Orne department
Saint-Maurice-sur-Mortagne, in the Vosges department
Saint-Maurice-sur-Moselle, in the Vosges department
Saint-Maurice-sur-Vingeanne, in the Cte-d'Or department
Saint-Maurice-Thizouaille, in the Yonne department ------ 12. Works of couches Divertissements Â ;
poems (tragedies, pastorals, etc.), including le Banquet des Potes (1646)Â ; Epigramme (1653)Â ; Histoire des potes franais .
Much-esteemed treatises on moral poetry, sonnets and eclogues, gathered under the title d'Art potique, 1658
Translations, including of the Couches de la Vierge by Jacopo Sannazaro and of works by Scvole de Sainte-Marthe.