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  • Dufay is first heard of as a choirboy at Cambrai Cathedral in 1409, and there he was perhaps instructed by the composers Grenon, Lebertoul, and Loqueville.

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  • Only at the end of the century did de Mons at last receive his due, in books by Jean Liebel, Guy Binot, and Jean-Yves Grenon.

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  • Grenon was killed in an insurgent attack yesterday.

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  • Grenon had written this poem during his 2006 tour of duty in Afghanistan

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  • Seguin said staff and students said prayers Wednesday for Grenon, and a special prayer service is scheduled at the school Sept. 12.

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  • His very able biographer Jean-Yves Grenon calls him Pierre Dugua De Mons, and reports that “the spelling ‘Dugua de Mons’ is favoured by people of Royan and the Saintonge area today.”

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  • Quoted in Grenon, Pierre Dugua de Mons, Founder of Acadie, 13–14.

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  • Grenon for the ceremony, then were welcomed home by Mr. MacKay and Ms. Jean, after serving about seven or eight months in Afghanistan.

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  • Grenon, Pierre Dugua de Mons: Founder of Acadie (1604–05); Co-founder of Quebec (1608) (Annapolis Royal, 1997, 1999, 2000), 2.

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  • Known to his friends as "Drew" or "G," the 23-year-old Grenon was on his second tour of duty in Afghanistan.

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