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Demande de réduction de location de salle

Objet : demande de réduction de location de salle. Apostrophe, Suite à notre conversation téléphonique, je vous donne des précisions sur notre concert du 9 juillet à Paris, auditorium Saint-Germain. Dans le cadre d'un programme autour des musiques d'été, nous souhaitons jouer le Concertino d'été de Darius Milhaud. Il s'agit d'un concert que nous produisons nous-mêmes, sans aucun soutien...

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Demande de locaux à un établissement scolaire

Objet : Demande de locaux à un établissement scolaire (cours de calligraphie). Apostrophe, Vous avez peut-être entendu parler de notre association, l'association Zen. Notre vocation est de donner des cours de chinois et de calligraphie chinoise. Dans des domaines très différents, nous partageons donc un même but : promouvoir la culture et donner le goût du savoir. Bien évidemment, notre association n'a...

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Demande de locaux à la mairie (ludothèque)

Objet : Demande de locaux à la mairie (ludothèque). Apostrophe, Vous connaissez peut-être notre association, l'association .... Notre vocation est d'éveiller les enfants de la commune par le jeu et la lecture. Vous savez que nos activités ont un but éducatif, même s'il s'agit de jeunes enfants qu'il faut avant tout distraire. Nous nous soucions notamment des enfants dont les parents ne...

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Demande de livres pour une ludothèque

Objet : Demande de livres pour une ludothèque. Apostrophe, J'espère qu'en tant qu'habitant de ... vous connaissez l'association ..., qui est chargée d'animer la ludothèque .... Notre but est d'essayer de contribuer à ce que tous les enfants puissent avoir accès à la culture, et ce tout en s'amusant. Vous savez qu'il est très important que les enfants lisent dès leur...

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Demande autorisation de manifestation

Objet : demande d'autorisation de manifestation. Apostrophe, Je suis le président d'une association dont la vocation est la promotion musicale. Nous travaillons à faciliter l'accès des musiciens à l'information de toute nature, à les mettre en relation les uns avec les autres, à les regrouper en vue d'un dialogue plus efficace avec les acteurs du marché, et à d'autres initiatives...

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Collaboration avec un conservatoire

Objet : collaboration avec un conservatoire. Apostrophe, Je vous écris pour vous faire part d'un projet en vue de favoriser l'insertion de jeunes musiciens dans les orchestres professionnels. J'aimerais beaucoup avoir votre avis sur ce projet et, si vous le souhaitez, vous proposer d'y adhérer moralement. Il s'agit d'un orchestre de chambre à vocation d'insertion professionnelle, dont le nom est...

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Collaboration avec un autre orchestre

Objet : collaboration avec un autre orchestre. Apostrophe, Suite à notre conversation téléphonique, je vous adresse les propositions dont nous avons discuté au cours de la dernière réunion de notre association. Nous manifestons un grand intérêt pour les projets que nous pourrions envisager avec l'orchestre Musica et notamment : 1 - collaboration pédagogique de l'ensemble Musica avec notre orchestre, Muses : La...

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Avis d'exposition.

Objet : avis d'exposition. Apostrophe, J'ai le plaisir de vous annoncer que, dans le cadre de la manifestation annuelle consacrée aux jeunes artistes de la région, la municipalité met gracieusement à notre disposition une salle où pourront être exposées vingt oeuvres de notre club STOCK SA, du 9 au 25 mars, à la salle des fêtes de Blauvac. La sélection...

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Annonce de conférences (maisons de retraite)

Objet : Annonce de conférences (maisons de retraite). Apostrophe, Vous avez peut-être entendu parler de l'association .... Notre vocation est de faire connaître la civilisation de l'Egypte ancienne, notamment par le biais de conférences. Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer que notre prochain cycle de conférences se déroulera du ... au ... dans la salle Richelieu de l'hôtel de ville de...

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Ovid

(43 b.c.–a.d. 17) Roman Poet. According to some literary historians, Ovid was the most popular Roman poet. Ovid was born Publius Ovidius Naso near Rome to a middle-class family. He studied in Athens and traveled widely in Asia and Sicily. Ovid, as he was commonly known, began writing poetry as a young man and soon developed a strong following and reputation among the citizens...

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Orpheus

Greek A famous poet and singer; son of Oeagrus, king of Thrace, and of Calliope, the Muse; husband of Eurydice. The god Apollo (some say he was the father of Orpheus) gave Orpheus a lyre, which he played so beautifully that even the rocks were moved to tears, trees bent to listen, flowers bloomed, and rivers changed their courses. As an Argonaut, Orpheus distracted the crewmen from...

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Orion

Greek Best known as a mighty hunter and as a constellation of stars. Orion was the son of Poseidon and Euryale. He was a Boeotian giant, with the power to walk on the seas. Orion loved Merope, daughter of King Oenopion of Chios, an island off the coast of Asia Minor. In a fit of anger, the king made Orion blind and left him...

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Orestes

Greek The only son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra; brother of Electra, Iphigenia, and Chrysothemis. Orestes killed his mother, who had killed her husband, Agamemnon. According to some accounts, the Furies drove Orestes mad for the unforgivable crime of matricide. He took refuge in Athens. He was tried and acquitted at the court of Areopagus, a tribunal of Athenian judges. He then took possession of his...

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Oreads

(Oreiades) Greek Mountain Nymphs; like most nymphs, daughters of Zeus. Some sources say the Oreads were, specifically, the nymphs of mountain conifers, since nymphs were often associated with specific trees. The Oreads were the special companions of the goddess Artemis, who liked to go hunting in mountains. Other sources, however, associate them with specific mountains: for example, the Idae were nymphs of Mount Ida. The most famous...

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Orcus

Roman Either an ancient Roman god of the Underworld (2) or an alternative name for Dis, the primary Roman god of this land of the dead. Some scholars believe that Orcus had no individual identity. Others argue from existing evidence that Orcus was the bringer of death, rather than a king of the dead, as was Dis. Orcus was sometimes shown as a reaper, cutting...

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Oracle

Greek The spokesperson of the ruling deity of a shrine. The oracle answered people's questions about the future or the past. These utterances were regarded as profoundly wise and authoritative, since they were supposed to come from the gods. The answers of the oracles were often obscure, ambiguous, and misleading, yet kings and peasants alike eagerly sought their advice. Priests, who were paid for their services,...

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Ops

(Opis: Abundance) Roman Goddess of plenty, of the harvest, and of wealth. Her name refers to the bounty of the Earth and the riches of a plentiful harvest. Surviving evidence suggests to scholars that the people of Rome worshiped Ops as the consort or wife of Consus, the god of storage, or as the cult partner of Saturn, the Roman god of agriculture. Ops was, perhaps,...

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Omphale

Greek The queen of Lydia who took the hero Heracles as her slave after he had desecrated the temple of Apollo. Heracles performed many services for the queen, including ridding her kingdom of the two mischievous cercopes....

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Olympus

Greek A mountain range in northern Greece. Its highest peak is Mount Olympus (about 9,600 feet high). The Olympic range stretches along the border between Thessaly and Macedonia, near the Aegean coast. The range overlooks the Vale of Tempe, a valley in northern Thessaly famous for its beauty. In mythology, Mount Olympus was regarded as the home of the Olympian gods. Within its mysterious heights, higher...

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Olympic Games

Greek The principal athletic meeting of the ancient Greeks held every four years. In mythology, it is said to have been instituted by Pelops to honor the god Zeus. According to tradition, the first games were held in 776 b.c. Only Greek men were allowed to compete and the rivalry was ferocious, for while no gold medals were awarded, the winners received great honor and prestige. The...

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Oenone

Greek A Nymph, daughter of the river god Cebren. She was loved by Paris when he lived among the shepherds on Mount Ida (2). Paris deserted Oenone when the goddess Aphrodite promised him the love of the most beautiful woman in the world, Helen. Oenone prophesied that this voyage to Greece to claim Helen would only bring ruin for him and his country, Troy....

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Oenomaus

Greek King of Pisa in Elis, in northeast Peloponnesus; father of Hippodameia. Many suitors contended for the hand of Hippodameia in chariot races with Oenomaus. The penalty for losing was death, and Oenomaus made sure that they all lost. Thirteen suitors had died by the time Pelops came along and won the race. Oenomaus died in a final chariot race with Pelops, who won Hippodameia...

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Oeneus

(Oeneous; Vintner) Greek King of Calydon; husband of Althea, father of Meleager, Tydeus, Gorge, and the beautiful Deianira, who eventually married Heracles. Oeneus was deprived of his kingdom by his nephews, and though his grandson, Diomedes, avenged him, two remaining nephews, who hid in Argos when he went there with Diomedes, killed the old king....

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Oedipus

(Swollen Foot) Greek Son of Laius, king of Thebes, and of Jocasta. Father of Polynices, Eteocles, Antigone, and Ismene. An oracle had warned King Laius that Oedipus would kill him, so Laius abandoned his infant son on a hillside (a fate common to many unwanted children in ancient times), having first pierced the child's feet and bound them together (hence the name Oedipus, meaning "Swollen...

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Odyssey

Greek The epic poem by Homer that describes the adventures of Odysseus on his homeward voyage to Ithaca after the Trojan War. The action of the Odyssey occurs in no more than six weeks, but 20 years' adventures are related by means of flashback episodes told by Odysseus to the people he encounters. Scholars see the Odyssey, divided into 24 books, as a collection of folktales...

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