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Definition of Moineau

Moineau
Moineau Moi"neau, n. [F.] (Fort.) A small flat bastion, raised in the middle of an overlong curtain.

Meaning of Moineau from wikipedia

- Moineau (means "sparrow") is a French surname: Jules Moineau (anarchist), anarchist and signatory of the Manifesto of the Sixteen Julien Moineau (1903–1980)...
- Julien Moineau may refer to: Jules Moineau (anarchist), anarchist and signatory of the Manifesto of the Sixteen Julien Moineau (1903–1980), French road...
- industry to industry and even regionally; examples include: Moineau (after the inventor, René Moineau). The original 4 Manufacturing licenses were issued to;...
- Julien Moineau (Clichy, 27 November 1903 — La Teste, 14 March 1980) was a French professional road bicycle racer, who won three stages in the Tour de...
- The Salmson-Moineau S.M.1 A3, (later re-designated Salmson Sal. 1 A3), was a French armed three-seat biplane long range reconnaissance aircraft of the...
- Alain Moineau (15 May 1928 – 20 October 1986) was a French cyclist. He was born in Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine. He won a bronze medal in the team road race...
- Messerschmitt Me 262 Mitsubishi Ki-67 North American B-25 Mitc**** Salmson-Moineau SPAD S.XII Voisin III, world's first aircraft using artillery. Gunship...
- Moineau was the former merchantman Spartiate, which the French Navy requisitioned to serve as 16-gun corvette on the Île de France station between 1794...
- Bessard-Millevoye Moineau (Sparrow) was a single seat, low-powered French biplane intended to increase parti****tion in po****r aviation. Only one was...
- was also used on aircraft such as the Beardmore W.B.V and the Salmson-Moineau. Fighter ace René Fonck used a 37mm mle.1916 on a SPAD S.XII. The modèle...