crepon

crepon

(ˈkreɪpɒn)
n
(Textiles) a thin material made of fine wool or silk, or both
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How to deal with rival parties is all the more complicated for him because opinion polls now show that over half of his party's voters do not rule out alliances with the FN itself, political analyst Sylvain Crepon said.
Il est a rappeler que le commissariat de ces nuits etait assure par Driss Ksikes, Abdallah Belghiti Alaoui, Driss Jaydane, Agnes Grivaux et Marc Crepon.
Later the same day in the village of Crepon, the Company encountered a field gun and crew armed with Spandaus at 100 yards range.
Here, Crepon (philosophy, Ecole Normal Superieure) touches upon this phenomenon, including the memory of war as a cover for the acceptance of death, and the anticipation of death in war as being an element of the death drive (the Freudian being-toward-death).
Dean Karlan, Professor of Economics, Yale University; Dr Bruno Crepon, Associate Professor, ENSAE et .
For example, recent randomized trials suggest that at best a quarter of households take up available loans from microfinance institutions in India, Mexico, and Morocco (Banerjee and others 2013, Crepon and others 2011, Angelucci, Karlan, and Zinman 2012).
Using the framework first developed by Crepon, Duguet and Mairesse (CDM) (1998), this article analyzes the impact of innovation on labour productivity using firm-level data from the Canadian Survey of Innovation 2005 and the Annual Survey of Manufactures and Logging (ASML).
Have lunch at the Ferme de la Ranconniere in the village of Crepon and watch the film, "The Price of Freedom," at the cinema Arromanches 360.
Não vai desbotar,/ lilás cor do mar,/ seda cor de batom,/ arco-íris crepon,/ nada vai desbotar.
Marc Crepon, Bernard Stiegler showed that the participatory democracy is not a pleonasm.
Mrs King, 01749 870350, of Crepon, Priddy, near Wells, Somerset, BA5 3BH is keen to contact anyone who worked or indeed still works in the teasel trade.