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rouche

(ruːʃ)
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(Clothing & Fashion) a variant spelling of ruche
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NNA - On their first joint tour, Ambassador Hugo Shorter and Director General of ISF General Imad Othman saw the progress made on the roll out of the Community Policing project to Rouche and Ramlet el Bayda Police Stations and First territorial Company headquarters.
I looked at images of the downtown, of Clemenceau Street, of the Rouche rocks, of the coastline, tried to imagine watching the sunset from the top of a building.
288-289; Para la campana de Dagoberto contra los vascones: Rouche, M.
In this diagram, and according to the classification scheme of De la Rouche et al.
Nicolas Rouche, a Belgian mathematician who devoted a large part of his career to mathematics education, once wrote, "Fractions are like harmful bugs attacking school kids, and their bites result in unending intellectual and moral after-effects" (Rouche, 1998, page 1).
Indian encampment life was romanticized by some writers, such as a Mademoiselle Rouche, whose account appeared in an 1859 edition of the Lady's Newspaper (Phillips 1998).
The festschrift turns to post-World War 1 applications of then-new technology to modernize the staging of dramatic music, first with Mathias Auclair's and Pierre Vidal's short consideration of visual experiments associated with Jacques Rouche (director of the Paris Opera from 1914 to 1945), beginning with unfruitful attempts at using film (focusing on Sylvio Lazzari's cinematic opera La tour de feu premiering in January 1928), then to the use of stage projections, and finally to Ernest Klausz's brilliantly illuminated sets for the March 1933 production of Berlioz's dramatic legend Le damnation de Faust (partly reproduced here in color).
The current 400 MMCFD of Regasified LNG (RLNG) will be provided to the power sector including Nine (9) gas-based Independent Power Plants (IPP) - KAPCO, Fauji Kabirwala, Rouche, Halmore, Orient, Saif Energy, Sapphire, Altern Energy, and Davis Energen for replacement of Diesel or LSFO consumption.
Pointon & Jean Rouche, French Arbitration Law and Practice: A Dynamic Civil Law Approach to International Arbitration 48 (2d ed.
17) Dullin's pursuit of the art of transposition in the theater went a step further when he joined the Theatre des Arts in Paris under the direction of Jacques Rouche and performed in 1911 in another Chinese play, Le Chagrin dans le palais de Han, an adaptation by Louis Laloy (1874-1944), French writer, musicologist, and sinologist, of a thirteenth-century Yuan zaju play, Hangong qiu (The Autumn in the Palace of Han), by Ma Zhiyuan.
The Education Ideas of Vincent of Beauvais, Notre Dame: The Mediaeval Institute, University of Notre Dame, 1956; L'HERMITE LECLERCQ, Paulette, "L'image de la femme dans le De Euriditione Filiorum Nobilium de Vincent de Beauvais", en ROUCHE, Miche (dir.
Defending barrister Peter Rouche QC said Owen was deeply ashamed.