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Boynes Boynes is a commune in the Loiret department in north-central France.
Winford Boynes Winford Gladstone Boynes III (born May 17, 1957) is a retired American professional basketball player. Born in Greenville, South Carolina, he was a 6'6" (198 cm) 185 lb (84 kg) guard and played collegiately at the University of San Francisco from 1975–1978.
Winford Boynes Boynes was the 13th selection in the 1978 NBA Draft by the New Jersey Nets. The Nets had acquired the pick from the New York Knicks, along with Phil Jackson on June 8, 1978 in exchange for the Houston Rockets' 1978 1st round draft choice (Micheal Ray Richardson) and the Nets' 1979 1st round draft choice (Vinnie Johnson). In two seasons from 1978 to 1980, he played 133 games for the Nets, averaging 9.0 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game. In 1980, Boynes was made available in the NBA expansion draft in which he was selected by the Dallas Mavericks. He was part of the starting lineup for the Mavs' first NBA game in 1980, in which he top-scored with 21 points in a 103-92 victory over the San Antonio Spurs.
Winford Boynes He played for Fenerbahçe from Turkey on 1983-84 season in Turkish Basketball League.
Norbert de Boynes As per Jesuit rules in such circumstances, the seniormost professed fathers present in Rome had to gather and elect a new Vicar General. They chose Norbert de Boynes, the French Assistant. Although Father de Boynes during the previous thirty years had held many responsible offices (e.g. Visitor of the North American provinces as well as the missions in Nanking and the Near East and substitute for the ailing General during General Congregation XXVII), he had recently come close to provoking a schism in the French Provinces. In August 1941 he had as Assistant instructed the French Jesuits that Marshal Pétain's government was the only legitimate government of France. Father de Boynes made this assertion a mere eight months after Vichy had issued its own Jewish statutes. Whatever Father de Boynes' other claims on consideration for the office, his election is viewed by some as an uncomfortable revelation of the conservative bias still existing in the Roman houses.
Îles de Boynes The îles de Boynes, or Boynes Islands, are four small islands of the Kerguelen archipelago, lying some south of Presqu'ile Rallier du Baty on the main island, just south of the 50 south parallel (). They were discovered in 1772 by the first expedition of Yves-Joseph de Kerguelen-Trémarec. They were named after the marquis de Boynes, the French Secretary of the Navy of the period. Except the disputed claim to Adélie Land, Boynes Islands are the most southerly French land.
Norbert de Boynes Norbert de Boynes (August 24, 1870 in La Trinité-des-Laitiers, Dep. Orne – October 6, 1954 in Rome), was Vicar General of the Society Of Jesus from the death of Vicar General Alessio Magni (12 April 1944) until the election of Jean-Baptiste Janssens at General Congregation XXIX in September 1946.
Norbert de Boynes Father General Wlodimir Ledochowski had followed the tradition of leaving a letter naming a vicar general to govern the Society until a general congregation could be convoked. On the night after the general's death it was read to the staff of the Curia assembled in the chapel. To their consternation they learned that he had not chosen Father Schurmans whom he had made vicar general four years previously but Alessio Magni, the Italian Assistant. Father Magni was almost as old as Father Ledochowski himself and he was to govern the Society for only 16 months. It is to him, however, that Jesuits owe the decree creating the present New York Province on the Feast of the Sacred Heart in 1943. Father Magni died on April 12, 1944, two months before the liberation of Rome.
Pierre Étienne Bourgeois de Boynes He was the eldest son of Étienne Bourgeois de Boynes (1683–1754), Treasurer General of the Royal Bank, and his first wife, Helen Francine (1692–1722).
Pierre Étienne Bourgeois de Boynes His record is controversial. He undertook a number of useful reforms. He ordered shipments of Kerguelen in the Indian Ocean (which gave the name of the minister to two small islands of Kerguelen), and created an institution in Madagascar. He organized the first major naval fleet maneuvers in the Atlantic Ocean. He tried, unsuccessfully, to establish a school in Le Havre intended for the training of officers, companies of marine guards. But he also wanted to reform the navy by modeling his organization on that of the Army (Ordinance 1772), without a glimpse of the differences that made it impossible model. The situation continued to deteriorate under his ministry, with a shipbuilding downturn, declining stocks of materials, difficulties in the maintenance of the fleet.