Talk:Armand Beauvais

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No objections on my part. Actually, I think you can present internal matters like this one as facts right away, without presenting them as proposals first! IJzeren Jan 21:03, 11 Feb 2005 (PST)

The only reason I offered a proposal is that it does touch slightly on Tejas and the NAL...as well as France, a touch.BoArthur 21:06, 11 Feb 2005 (PST)

I see. Oh, I forgot to mention one thing: would it be possible for you to add "normal" dates to the terms of office of your FPs as well (like Sept. 6 1783 (20 Fructidor 9 AR))? Just a suggestion, not only for our friend here, but it makes things a bit easier to read! Cheers, IJzeren Jan 21:08, 11 Feb 2005 (PST)

AR = Avant la Revolution. :)

Yes, I was planning on it. I just hadn't gotten around to it yet. :)

A comment not on the man but on his party, "Neufs" applied to people sounds weird since it is usualy used in the sense of "things that have just been made/aquired". You would be better with "nouveau" (before republicains) or if you want something more original "Le parti du renouveau r├ępublicain" [the republican renewal party]--Marc Pasquin 12:36, 15 Feb 2005 (PST)

As always, Marc, your words are valued. I like the Republican Renewal Party. How about Parti Republicain de la Renouvellement? BoArthur

It is masculine so "du" instead of "de la". I would advise against using the adverb form as it is normaly used in the sense of "renewing a contract/lease" instead of "restarting something" (not sure if the distinction carries through in translation). Obviously if that was the point, go for it.--Marc Pasquin 06:04, 16 Feb 2005 (PST)

I thought about it...and I was anglicizing. I think I'll go with your suggestion. Merci bien. :) BoArthur

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