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Sorel

(French sɔrɛl)
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(Biography) Georges (Eugène) (ʒɔrʒ). 1847–1922, French social philosopher, who advocated revolutionary syndicalism and preached the creative role of violence and myth
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La Fontaine in vain endeavored to gain attention to his verses; Sorel wanted to obtain a hearing for his quatrain.
Sorel and two officers imitated them, in an opposite direction.
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SOREL CARIBOU SNOW BOOTS Warm feet in the winter cold is always a challenge but not in a pair of Sorel boots.
Stylish footwear brand SOREL introduced their latest collection with an exclusive event at their N.
For our bubbles -- we like prosecco -- we went with Sorel liqueur, which gave the cocktail a gently spiced, lightly fruit flavor.
Chadwick, from Huyton, will step into the cage tomorrow evening as the headline act at OMMAC 19 Vendetta fresh from a first-round submission victory over Yvan Sorel in September.
Tilting at tradition; problems of genre in the novels of Miguel de Cervantes and Charles Sorel.
8221; The event will be led by Marc Sorel, NAM's President and CEO, and will revolve around collegiate marketing best practices, discussing what students want, and revealing how to rise above the noise and connect with students.
The work of Georges Sorel (1847-1922), a French theorist of anarcho-syndicalism, is important for the proper understanding of our second paradox.
Outdoor apparel and footwear company Columbia Sportswear Company (NASDAQ:COLM) will expand its e-commerce sites for its flagship Columbia and Sorel brands in Canada and eight European markets in Fall 2011, it revealed on Wednesday.