Cantine


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Can`tine´


n.1.See Canteen.
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The American missionary, traveller and scholar, along with James Cantine and J S Lansing, are considered to be the founding fathers of the Arabian Mission for the Reformed Church of America.
In contrast to some of the more raucous brunches in the city, La Cantine is a laid-back affair.
The Spin recently received two texts from Dubai's La Cantine du Faubourg restaurant inviting us first to "Join Dubai's most confidential brunch, REVEIL to indulge in the delights of a real Parisian bedroom".
Il s'agit aussi de la suppression de la cantine, des primes de departs pour les nouveaux retraites, des primes de rendements et des primes de ramadan.
Cantine Florio NV Fine Ambra Secco Dry (Marsala DOP; $14).
Also competing were Essa Sinay, Bahri Bar, Mina A'Salam; Marko Radosavljevic, La Cantine du Faubourg, Emirates Towers and Shamim Ferdous, Maya, Le Royal Meridien.
The pre-conference tour will visit Barboursville Vineyards, northeast of Charlottesville, which was established in 1976 by the Zonin family, owners of Cantine Zonin S.
Food-in-a-jar concept Ancolie, the Epicurean Cantine has signed the lease for its first store at 58 West 8th Street in the Vilage.
I have a CRYO session and nip in for dinner and drinks at La Cantine at Emirates Towers.
In fact it's made by well-known Prosecco producer Cantine Maschio.
According to police, some 18 Primark employees had subsequently left the store and grouped together in a cantine inside the Qwartz mall, where all other shops had closed up.
Jeff Porter, Phillip Dunn, and Richard Betts contemplated producer Cantine Lenotti, a small, second-century, family-run operation just barely getting started in Italian wine cultivation society.