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cretons

(krɛtɑ̃)
pl n
(Cookery) Canadian a spread of shredded pork cooked with onions in pork fat
[Canadian French, perhaps from Dutch kerte cut]
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NOTHING summed up the atmosphere of last night's game more than the sight of France fan Mathieu Creton in a T-shirt bearing the Winston Churchill quote "Never, Never, Never give up".
Her travelling head lad Antoine Creton said: "The preparation in view of the races on Saturday is following its course and we were happy with the way things went this morning.
The Edbgaston Priory HPC youngster defeated Israel's Yshai Oliel, France's Axel Creton and Italy's Riccardo Perin before being knocked out in the last eight by German Nicola Kuhn, who went on to finish runner-up.
Adler S, Basketter D, Creton S, Pekonen O, van Benthem J, Zuang V, et al.
Using the systems theory of communication as a theoretical framework, Wubbels, Creton, and Hooymayers (1985) developed a model to map teacher interpersonal behavior.
Lola Creton enchants as the young French woman who pines for the boy she fell for as a girl.
Ornstein argues that "York's description of Richard's entry into London is one of the most striking evidences of the influence of [Jean] Creton, who on one page speaks of the Pilate role of the English in Richard's fall and of Richard and Bolingbroke's entry into London" (120).
In August 1798 James Creton, whose race was not noted, married "Bella Engles, free black," again leaving open the possibility that the groom was white.
Lawrence Road was also sealed off near the junction with Creton Road.
Beishuizen, Hof, van Putten, Bouwmeester, & Asscher, 2001; Brekelmans, Wubbels, & Creton, 1990; Peterson, 1988), prisoners have been often overlooked in terms of having valid opinions of effective teacher behavior.
Costantino Creton of the University of Paris presented a new and more accurate video tack test for measuring the adhesive properties of label substrates.
Wubbels, Creton, and Holvast (1988) investigated teacher behavior in classrooms from a systems perspective, adapting a theory on communication processes developed by Watzlawick, Beavin, and Jackson (1967).