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- lacaze (la casa, meaning the house) is a commune in the tarn department in southern france . geography: the river dadou forms part of the
- juan lacaze, or juan l. lacaze, is a city located in southwestern uruguay , within the colonia department . location: the city is located on
- sophie lacaze (born 1963) is a french composer. lacaze was born in lourdes . she studied music at the conservatoire de toulouse, and
- marie-jean-lucien lacaze (22 june 1860, pierrefonds, oise – 23 march 1955, paris ) was a french admiral, minister of marine , préfet
- genevieve lacaze (born 4 august 1989) is an australian athletics competitor who specialises in the 3000 metre steeplechase .
- jeannou lacaze (1924–2005) was a french army officer and politician who served in world war ii , the first indochina war , and the
- félix joseph henri de lacaze-duthiers (15 may 1821 - 21 july 1901) was a french biologist , anatomist and zoologist born in montpezat in
- château de lacaze is a château in landes , aquitane , france . it dates to the 14th century. 43 , 56 , 35 , n , 0 , 02 , 03 , e , region:
- rené sim lacaze (27 july 1901 – 5 january 2000) was a french jewellery designer and artist. he pla**** a major role in the development of
- was built in 1848 by the city of paris for a magician named lacaze and was originally known as the salle lacaze it was located at the