Renard

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Renard may refer to:

Fictional characters and art[edit]

  • Reynard, anthropomorphic fox of European folklore
  • Renard (Stravinsky), 1916 opera-ballet by Igor Stravinsky premiered by the Ballets Russes with choreography by Bronislava Nijinska
  • Renard, the Anarchist, villain from the James Bond movie The World Is Not Enough
  • Renard IV, the King of Foxville in L. Frank Baum's The Road to Oz, called "King Dox" by Button-Bright
  • Maria Renard, fictional character in the Castlevania video game series
  • Halcyon Renard, character from the cartoon Gargoyles
  • Sean Renard, character from the television series Grimm
  • Le Renard Subtil, Magua in The Last of the Mohicans

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Other uses[edit]

  • Renard diamond mine, a diamond mine in Canada which opened in July 2014
  • Renard Field, an airport on Mbanika in the Solomon Island
  • Renard GAA, a Gaelic Athletic Association club from County Kerry, Ireland

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