Louis

Louis or Louÿs may refer to:

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Lucien Bonaparte - Revolutionary Activities
... Prince of Canino Elisa, Grand Duchess of Tuscany Louis, King of Holland Pauline, Princess of Guastalla Caroline, Queen of Naples Jérôme, King of Westphalia Nephews and nieces Princess Zénaïde Princess Charlotte ...
2001 NFL Season - Playoffs
... Louis 5 ... San Francisco 15 NFC Championship 4 Green Bay 4 ... Green Bay 25 February 3 - Louisiana Superdome 1 St ... Louis 45 Wild Card Playoffs Divisional Playoffs January 12 - Network Associates Coliseum N1 St ... Louis 17 January 19 - Foxboro Stadium A2 New England 6 ... N.Y ...
Charles I Of Naples - Ancestors
... Ancestors of Charles I of Naples 16 ... Louis VI of France 8 ...
Les Invalides - History
... Louis XIV initiated the project by an order dated 24 November 1670, as a home and hospital for aged and unwell soldiers the name is a shortened form of hôpital des invalides ... The chapel is known as Église Saint-Louis des Invalides ... Shortly after the veterans' chapel was completed, Louis XIV commissioned Mansart to construct a separate private royal chapel referred to as the Église du Dôme from its most ...
2001 NFL Season - Statistical Leaders - Team
... Louis Rams (503) Total yards gained St ... Louis Rams (6,930) Yards rushing Pittsburgh Steelers (2,774) Yards passing St ... Louis Rams (4,903) Fewest points allowed Chicago Bears (203) Fewest total yards allowed Pittsburgh Steelers (4,504) Fewest rushing yards allowed Pittsburgh Steelers (1,195) Fewest passing yards allowed ...

Famous quotes containing the word louis:

    Well, well, Henry James is pretty good, though he is of the nineteenth century, and that glaringly.
    —Robert Louis Stevenson (1850–1894)

    Some people swallow the universe like a pill; they travel on through the world, like smiling images pushed from behind.
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    Most of our pocket wisdom is conceived for the use of mediocre people, to discourage them from ambitious attempts, and generally console them in their mediocrity.
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