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gentil

(ˈdʒɛntɪl)
adj
gentle
[French]
References in classic literature ?
Il est tres gentil et naif," she said again with the same smile.
2007 Dopff & Irion, Gentil, Vin d'Alsace, Riquiwihr, France, abv12.
One very common practice is that of women being beaten for having demanded the use of condoms from their male partner', explains Yolette Andre Gentil, who serves as Kay Fanm's coordinator in an assistance programme for women and girls victimised by sexual violence.
The disputed vote sparked days of protests in Libreville, the capital, and Port Gentil, Gabon's second city.
Evidence of the several days of chaos was still ubiquitous in Port Gentil.
Major organization : INSTITUTO PORTUGUS DE ONCOLOGIA DO PORTO FRANCISCO GENTIL, EPE (506362299)
The first book of the "Arrivals" nonfiction series for about the lives of immigrants and refugees (intended for young adult readers ages 12 and up), Stay Strong: A Musician's Journey from Congo tells the true-life story of Gentil Misigaro, who grew up in Congo amid violence, suffering, fear, and death.
Commenting on the signing, Stephan Le Gentil, CEO of Etihad ESCO, shared: "The fact that the region is still an emerging market in the energy efficiency field, holds great potential for Dubai to be a pioneering sustainable city.
Chief executive Stephane Le Gentil says the company is in the process of completing two projects for DEWA worth $10m, as well as other contracts in the pipeline, including to retrofit all 14 buildings in the Dubai International Financial Centre, and properties on behalf of the Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai Airport Free Zone, Dubai Civil Defence and Wasl Asset Management Group.
This government directive is a key step to boost the energy efficiency market for existing buildings in Dubai and will attract specialised companies to support this move," said Stephane le Gentil, CEO of Etihad ESCO.
Etihad ESCO will further drive similar initiative with the private and public sectors including Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and Jebel Ali Free Zones Authority (Jafza), Stephane Le Gentil, CEO of Etihad ESCO told Gulf News.
Technicians working on the facilities in Nablus, Palestine; (right) youth in Port Gentil, Gabon, play on a newly-installed Sport Court Power Game multipurpose court.