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corbeau

(kɔːˈbəʊ)
n
(Colours) a blackish green colour
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Bois-Guilbert's new shield bore a raven in full flight, holding in its claws a skull, and bearing the motto, Gare le Corbeau.
Christie's Paris saw Francois Pompon's sleek Corbeau, grand modele (1928; Fig.
Dating from this period are such beautiful Renaissance buildings as the Old Butchers' House, the Chamber of Commerce, the Maison Kammerzell and the Hostellerie de Corbeau as well as the Petite France district.
Kritz-Silverstein D, Barrett-Connor E, Corbeau C, 2001, Cross-sectional and prospective study of exercise and depressed mood in the elderly the Rancho Bernardo Study.
Il a fait comme le corbeau qui voulait imiter la colombe.
3) Warner Ten Kate, Laszlo Varro, and Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Developing a Natural Gas Trading Hub in Asia: Obstacles and Opportunities, Paris: International Energy Agency, 2013.
Le Corbeau dit: Jamais plus," as they say in France, at least in the signal translations of Baudelaire and Mallarme.
De meme, les Koyukon pensent que le croassement d'un corbeau la nuit constitue un presage assure (Nelson 1983: 83) et que le hululement d'un hibou ou d'une chouette annonce la mort (Nelson 1983: 105 et sqq).
Also in Strasbourg is the Hotel Cour du Corbeau (cour-corbeau.
2000 ; Chau 2008 ; Chiva 1992, 1979 ; Corbeau 2000 ; Girard et al.
In Corbeau (32) the European Court of Justice held that a mail delivery service with an exclusive license could not legally prevent the entry of a private express delivery service except to the extent that exclusivity was necessary to achieve a public mission.