fauvette

fauvette

(fəʊˈvɛt)
n
(Animals) the French name, used by some English writers, for a family of birds more commonly known as warblers
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It will open in the unit formerly occupied by BJ's Burger and Juice, just six weeks after French cheese and wine outlet Fauvette set up shop just down the road.
AF Sanadek is sired by Burning Sand out of Fauvette Al Maury and bred here by Khalid Khalifa Al Naboodah.
The Platinum Edition Fauvette Bird Speaker from chicBuds is compatible with your iPod, iPhone, computer--and the quest for a cure, with 20 percent of sales going to cancer research.
Compositions exclusively or overwhelmingly devoted to a musical translation of birdsong include Le Merle noir (The Blackbird, for flute and piano, 1951), Reveil des oiseaux (Awakening of the Birds, for orchestra, piano, and gamelan, 1953) Oiseaux exotiques (Exotic Birds, for orchestra, piano, and gamelan, 1956), Catalogue d'oiseaux (Catalog of Birds, for piano, 1958), La Fauvette des jardins (The Garden Warbler, for piano, 1970), Des Canyons aux etoiles (From the Canyons to the Stars, for orchestra, piano, French horn, and gamelan, 1974), Petites Esquisses d'oiseaux (Little Bird Sketches, for piano, 1985), and Un Fitrail et des oiseaux (A Stained-glass Window and Birds, for orchestra, piano, and gamelan, 1986).
The core of this remarkable evening was actually Messiaen's La Fauvette des Jardins, a powerful exploration of piano sonorities, veiled atmospherics, thunder and lightning and, of course, the ever-present atonal chatter of birds.
Fauvette opened on Friday, adding to the town's foodie scene which includes fine-dining restaurant Etc while bar-restaurant Brewstone is set to open next year.
It must be said that it was a time of media coverage of the great exceptional champions (Gertrude Ederle, Suzanne Lenglen, Maryse Hilsz, or Ella Maillart), of the explosion of a number of women's sports clubs (Les Hirondelles de Paris, La Ruche, Les Muguettes de Charenton, les Fauvettes d'Argenteuil), an incredible expansion of youth movements (creation of the Rayon Sportif Feminin in 1919, the establishment of the French girl guides (10) in 1923, opening of French workers sport to women), and a significant increase in the number of female athletes at the Olympic Games.
Je revois sa fenetre ou le pampre s'enlace au rosier, la cage de fauvettes suspendue a gauche; j'entends le bruit de ses fuseaux sonores et sa chanson favorite: La belle etait assise Pres du ruisseau coulant .
Origine et nomadisme des fauvettes a tete noire (Sylvia atricapilla) hivernant en zone mediterraneenne francaise.
The contract can be consulted at the purchasing department, 3 rue des fauvettes, 06400 cannes by appointment.
Renovation of electrical heating installations on the following sites: Cousance: Les Mesanges (10 apartments), Les Fauvettes (8 apartments), Les Pendants (18 places) Easter Lons le Saunier: 14-16 rue de la Comdie 4 rue de la Comdie, 2 rue de Balerne (4 places) Orgelet: Le Bourget Les Gentianes (2 places) (16 places) Romange: Village development (5 places) Saint Lupicin: 2 rue du Jura (3 places)
4 and 6, 8, 10, rue du Champs Robert, 1, 1a, 1b and 3, 3a, 3b, 3c, rue du Muguet, 1, 1a, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13 15, 17 rue des Msanges, 1, 3, 5 and 7, 9, 11 rue des fauvettes, 2, 4, Impasse of the nightingales , 5, 7 rue des Pinsons Birds area, 12 accommodation units: 6, 8, rue des fauvettes.