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commère

(ˈkɒmɛə; French kɔmɛr)
n
(Theatre) a female compere
[French, literally: godmother, from com- + mère mother; see compere]
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One research officer (BS-17) appointed at industries and commere section, ministry of planning development and reforms.
Ma commere m'expliquait ainsi: <<si tu penses a un saqra, il viendra en realite [sut'ipi jamunqa]>>.
I think it is only a political grandstanding rather than anything else," Commere Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told reporters here while replying to a question on Congress President's comment on the Land bill.
Ramsdell Trust Fund, at Commere Bank, 993 Grafton Street, Worcester, MA 01604.
The commission should intensify and speed up work for unifying laws and rules that regulate commere, Al-Zayani said, adding that it should make further strides for food security "by means of building a strategic reserve on well-studied bases.
At issue here, as in the other cases decided so far, is the assertion that the Commerce Clause can only reach individuals and entities engaged in an "activity"; and because the plaintiffs maintain that an individual's failure to purchase health insurance is, almost by definition, "inactivity," the individual mandate goes beyond the Commere Clause and is unconstitutional.
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commere & Industry ( Ficci) secretary general Amit Mitra, pointed out, " Only four sectors out of 17, have contributed 72 per cent of the growth of manufacturing for July.
En l'occurrence, les heros de Basile, denonces par une commere voisine de l'ogresse, s'enfuient pour eviter les represailles.
Charles Babington, Hearings Topic A May Be Surprise: Democrats Raise Commere Issue, WASHINGTON POST, July 22, 2005, at A15.
The category was described as `hotly contested' by the commere, BBC Look North presenter Claire Frisbee.
It is thought the commercial centre Abidjan's active port and open-door policies, which attract a lot of foreign commere and international visitors,are to blame for the wide spread of the disease.
Antoine Coron is to be thanked for editing this superbly illustrated catalog with its excellent critical texts by Francois Chapon, Pascal Commere, Gerard Noiret, and himself and containing, for each creation, those minute descriptive poems Monique Mathieu provides in each instance.