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Leopoldina

Leopoldine Leopoldine Fancy a daring girl? The name Leopoldine is for you. It comes indeed from the Germanic "liut", the people, and "bald", audacious, brave. It was the name of the eldest daughter of Victor Hugo. It is celebrated on November 15 with Saint Leopold who was considered in the twelfth century as the father of the poor.
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Opening of the States General of childhood

Nadine Morano, Secretary of State for Family and Solidarity, yesterday launched the States General of childhood. (News from 17/02/10) T he General States of Childhood, launched by Nadine Morano, opened yesterday. They will be held in partnership with child protection associations, general councils and all childcare professionals.
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Bertrande Meaning - Origin and Parent

Origin of the first name: French, Germanic Meaning of the name: This name derived from Bertrand is composed of the Germanic berht (brilliant) and kramm (raven). Celebrities: The author Bertrande Meyer's having notably published A Woman Named Louise in 1956. Its character: Sweet, charming and pleasant, Bertrande is naturally attractive, but continually seeks to please others.
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Easter 2015: A pop egg

We take the mirettes with this pop egg! Inside are hiding small eggs filled with ganache and pralines. Milk chocolate or black: 45 th 820 g (L'Atelier du chocolat). We take the mirettes with this pop egg! Inside are hiding small eggs filled with ganache and pralines.
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No television at the table!

Every day, find one of the infos extracted from the new issue of the collection "The Essentials of Child Magazine: 54 tracks to eat everything", sold with the September issue of Enfant Magazine. Today, zoom on TV ... Focus on what's on the plate, that's fine.
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Name Federico - Meaning of thumbs

Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: The name Federico comes from the Germanic terms "frido" and "rik" which mean respectively "peace" and "king". It can therefore be interpreted in the sense of "protective king". Celebrities: The Spanish cyclist Federico Bahamontes, the Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini, the Spanish poet and playwright Federico García Lorca, the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, the French-Polish composer Frédéric Chopin, the French writer Frédéric Mistral.
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