Goudron

Gou`dron´


n.1.(Mil.) a small fascine or fagot, steeped in wax, pitch, and glue, used in various ways, as for igniting buildings or works, or to light ditches and ramparts.
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of Goudron in the Lot region of the south-west France, when she
LGO is pleased to announce that its second development well, GY-683, in the new drilling campaign on the Company's Goudron Field, which was drilled to a total depth of 1,250 feet measured depth and perforated over a 269-foot interval of net oil pay within the Mayaro Sandstone reservoir, is now on production.
De son cote, Rabah Ait Ouyahia, egalement artiste de hip-hop, a brille notamment dans [beaucoup moins que] L'ange de goudron [beaucoup plus grand que] (2011), un film de Denis Chouinard.
Une source securitaire a declare a la TAP que des sacs de tabac et de goudron utilises pour la fabrication du Maassel ont ete saisis et le materiel de production et d'emballage confisque.
Et pour realiser ce fameux projet de bitume et de goudron, ennemis de toute vegetation, il fallait amputer la terrasse de la moitie et sacrifier son arbre: en le coupant tout simplement
Fram is a Trinidad and Tobago-based company owning the incremental production service contract (IPSC) for the Trinity-Inniss field located in the south-eastern part of the island close to the buyer's existing Goudron field operations.
Ainsi, le terme zift, qui designe une sorte de goudron noir et crasseux, est assez frequent dans les recits :
Une route terrestre entre les deux pays n'est pas une artere couverte de goudron et de gravier, mais plutot une preuve d'amour de deux peuples, egyptien et soudanais.
Yes, there are the Biblical scents of nard, encens, and myrrhe of "Le Balcon;" the exotic fragrances of coco, musc and goudron of "La Chevelure"; and of course the trans-sensory evocations of ambre, musc, benjoin, et encens of "Correspondances.
53) Quite likely Bunuel had already been exposed to Edgar Allan Poe since he grew up at a moment with the works of the American author were the subject of major silent films, beginning with the French version of one of Poe's major tales, Le Systeme du Docteur Goudron et Professeur Plume (1912).
9) L'Ange de Goudron made by Quebec film director Denis Chouinard (2001).
Likewise, she crosses a busy Montreal street without looking, in hopes of being crushed again: "J'avais traverse la rue sans regarder: je voulais retrouver l'odeur du goudron et le poids d'une bete meurtriere sur moi [I crossed the road without looking: I wanted to re-experience the smell of tar and the weight of a deadly beast on me]" (164).