Olivette

Origin : Literature,

Pronunciation : ahl-i-VET (English)  ,

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Olivette Expression, Olivette Soul Urge, Olivette Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Olivette:

additionalFeminine form of OLIVER. This was the name of the title character in the French opera 'Les noces d'Olivette' (1879) by Edmond Audran.

songs

Songs about Olivette:

songsLes Olivettes by Charles Trenet from the Album Memories Vol 2

songsLes olivettes by Charles Trenet from the Album 100 Chansons

songsLes Olivettes, les treilles du Languedoc, Rigaudon dou calignaire by Jean Sébastien Bressy Jean Coutarel from the Album Les plus belles musiques de provence

songsMatt & Audran-Olivette Vivace by Gary D Matthews from the Album Redneck, Classical

songsMatthews & Audran: Olivette Vivace by Gary D Matthews from the Album Matthews & Mozart

songsMy Olivette Vivace by Gary D Matthews from the Album Redneck Classical Mesmerize

songsOlivette by The Reese Project from the Album Evening In Vermont

books

Books about Olivette:

booksOlivette Chronicle of a Country Village by Barbara Kodner (Apr 1979)

booksOlivette, opera comique. In 3 acts by Henri, 1830-1897|Duru, Alfred, 1829-1889, . Chivot (Feb 15, 2011)

booksThe Olivette: A Collection of Poems by Barbara Challis Koch (Nov 20, 2000)

booksOlivette: Opera Comique in Three Acts by Alfred Duru and Edmond Audran (Jun 4, 2011)

booksOlivette la starlette (French Edition) by Isabelle Assémat

booksOlivette (French Edition) by Donal-M (Jul 14, 2013)

booksOlivette: Opera Comique, In Three Acts (1881) by Audran, Edmond, Angier published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC... (Apr 27, 2009)

wiki

Wiki information Olivette:

Olivette
City/Town/Village, Dated location, Location, Statistical region, HUD County Place, HUD Foreclosure Area

Olivette is an inner-ring suburb of St. Louis, located in St. Louis County, Missouri, United States. The population was 7,737 at the 2010 census.

Nina Olivette
Actor, Influence Node, Film actor, Deceased Person, Person

Nina Olivette was a New York-born American actress and vaudeville performer. In her early years, she appeared on Broadway in such plays as Hold Everything! and Captain Jinks. In 1930, she made such films as Queen High, Why Sailors Leave Home, What a...

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