Eugénie

[1798] Eugénie was a French 16-gun privateer ship-sloop launched in 1798. On 16 March 1798 {HMS|Magnanime|1780|6} was escorting a small convoy when she spied a privateer lurking about, seeking an opportunity to pick off a prize. Captain Michael de Courcy set Magnanime in chase. Twenty-three hours and 256 miles later, he captured the Eugén...
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Eugenie

[play] Eugénie is a play in five acts by Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais. It was first performed at the Comédie-Française on January 29, 1767. The premier of Eugénie was delayed for some time by the illness of one of its stars, Préville, who was to play the role of The Baron. There was much buzz about the play before the opening,...
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Eugenie

A Eugenie is a woman's hat, resembling a pillbox hat but decorated with plumes.
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Eugénie

Eugénie (yOOjē'nē, Fr. özhānē') , 1826–1920, empress of the French (1853–70), consort of Napoleon III. Born in Spain, she was christened Eugenia María de Montijo de Guzmán and was the daughter of the Spanish conde de Teba and of a...
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Eugenie

Eugenie is a French name for girls. The meaning is `from noble descent` The name Eugenie is most commonly given to French girls. The chances are 100 times greater that girls are called Eugenie there. If it's too long you might use: Genie Use for the other sex: Eug?a, Eugene What do they use in other countries? Gene (English) The name sounds like: E...
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Eugénie

wife of Napoleon III and empress of France (1853–70), who came to have an important influence on her husband`s foreign policy.
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