moineau


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moineau

(ˈmɔɪnəʊ)
n
(Fortifications) a type of small fortification or bastion in front of a surrounding roofless wall
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In addition to offering a vital array of courses, we anticipate applying a dynamic style of teaching that allows hands-on activities and demonstrations during class time," said Suzanne Moineau, PhD, Chair of the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at CSUSM.
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Sylvain Moineau, just a few days in to being a MansionCasino.
Renee Moineau is head of the Parisbased Association Spiritualite et Art, founder of Editions Ereme, and former director of the Comite national d'art sacre.
Rotary power is produced by a moineau positive displacement progressing cavity mud motor.
Le moineau pepiait sur le toit, Ie lent tic-tac de l'horloge et le bruit qu'au vent faisait le peuplier confondaient tous ses sens; mais, le plus
Il puise son repertoire a ses sources habituelles, de meme qu'a sa propre collection et a celles de Kenneth Peacock, de Carmen Roy et d'Alphonse Moineau.