ODET


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ODETOrganizational Development and Employee Training
ODETOral Dipyridamole Electrocardiography Test (cardiology)
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You can cruise up the Odet to Quimper, with its half-timbered merchants' houses, museums and a splendid cathedral.
We took a different, slightly longer route home across the high level bridge over the Odet, from which there is a beautiful view over Benodet.
The pretty little bay at Locmaria Plouzane near Brest (above) and the massive sandy beach at St Malo (main picture) The distinctive twin towers of the cathedral in Quimper whch is the region's capital and stretches out along the River Odet Rupert with Esme and Dominic stop to take a closer look at the day's catch in Brittany
It is a much more restrained doctor who writes the epistle to Odet, Cardinal de Chatillon, which prefaces the Quart Livre, written some twenty years after the publication of Pantagruel.
His brother Clive, 41, a lorry driver from Odet Court in Coryton, Cardiff, described him as the 'lynch-pin' of the Bennett family.
Quimper is the regional capital, built on the banks of the Odet and complemented by a maze of streets and alleyways of the old town.
BENODET: A resort on the twisting Finistere coastline at the mouth of the River Odet. Its long sheltered beach on the ocean side is great for windsurfing.
Bilingual culture QUIMPER, on the River Odet, is the capital of the Cornouaille region.
It's from shame / At seeing a portrait that so surpasses / Your frail and unpraiseworthy merit," 28v.) She reads against the grain in a similar way by matching a sonnet of Odet de Turnebe in which he claims via a rather sinister allusion to Medusa that Catherine's beauty can transfix and petrify men; in a "Response faite sur le champ" ("Answer improvised on the spot"), she turns his compliment back on him by explaining that he is attributing to her the intellectual beauty he contemplates in himself (37).