coquelicot


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coquelicot

(ˈkəʊklɪˌkəʊ)
n
(Plants) another name for corn poppy
[C18: from French: crow of a cock, from its resemblance to a cock's comb]
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Do you know, I saw the prettiest hat you can imagine, in a shop window in Milsom Street just now -- very like yours, only with coquelicot ribbons instead of green; I quite longed for it.
Les facteurs dominants de la collection exposee sont, sans conteste, les sujets traites, en l'occurrence la Mediterranee, les bateaux, la nature comme les fleurs a l'instar du lilas, de l'arum, du coquelicot, de la tulipe, les fleurs de pommier, le papillon, les mosquees, La Casbah, la wilaya, Riad El Feth, le jour du jugement dernier etc.
She lives at the nearby Coquelicot Manor boarding house, where she looks after her grandmother Hana (Keiko Takeshita) and younger siblings Riku (Tsubasa Kobayashi) and Sora (Haruka Shiraishi).
You can also view art works inspired by 20 different words and colors from quirky to ethereal and cyan to coquelicot.
Save on 2006 barrel- fermented Coquelicot Estate Chardonnay.
I took the liberty a few days ago of asking your black velvet bonnet to lend me its cawl, which it very readily did, and by which I have been enabled to give a considerable improvement of dignity to my cap, which was too nidgetty to please me, and instead of the black military feather shall put in the coquelicot one, as being smarter; and besides Coquelicot is to be all the fashion this winter.
ALTHOUGH EVELYNE ACCAD has contributed to francophone literature, Middle Eastern studies, and women's studies since the late 1970s through such critical works as Veil of Shame (1978) and Sexuality and War (1990) and such novels as L'excisee (1982), Coquelicot du massacre (1988), and Blessures des mots (1993), her latest work, The Wounded Breast: Intimate Journeys Through Cancer, is by her own admission the most universal in nature.
For example, the novel Coquelicot du massacre (Poppy from the Massacre; 1988) is a metaphor of the pain inflicted by the destruction of her beautiful homeland as well as of her own guilt for having left.
692), Coquelicot du Massacre, and now Blessures des mots characteristically interperse song-poems within the narrative prose text.
La nuit Ses freres regardent son agonie Qui emerge du gouffre de la ville Ils ecoutent Le dechirement de ses muscles Le jaillissement de son sang L'ecrasement de ses os L'etouffement de ses cris L'aneantissement de ses yeux A l'aube Les bourreaux terminent leur ouvrage Se lavent les mains Apaisent leur rage Et rentrent chez eux Pour le repos merite Ils ont la conscience tranquille Ce n'est qu'un moineau de moins Cela ne derangera point le monde Le ciel restera toujours bleu Le soleil ne s'arretera pas de briller Et la terre continuera de tourner Mais Moineau / le paysan ouvrier n'est pas fini Il deviendra coquelicot Il donnera la vie aux epis Il embrassera le soleil Et tous les moineaux du monde S'uniront Pour changer le monde
Durant cette saison de renouveau et de changement, d'amour et de floraison, de parfum et de senteurs, de fougue et d'ardeur, comme c'est bon d'aller flaner dans les champs, chassant les papillons, cueillant les coquelicots, trottant derriere les sauterelles, admirant le vol des hirondelles, et dire que la vie est belles
Les Coquelicots has a shared pool, gardens and terrace.