crepy

crepy

(ˈkreɪpɪ) or

crepey

adj, -ier or -iest
(esp of the skin) having a dry wrinkled appearance like crepe
References in classic literature ?
D'Artagnan came by the way of Nanteuil-le-Hardouin and Crepy.
The company has continued to expand since 1997, with acquisitions in Dierdorf, Germany, in 2001; Bocholt, Germany, in 2006; Hangzhou, China in 2007; and the 2012 purchase of the Libeltex plants in Meulebeke, Belgium, Macon, France, Crepy, France and Sporda, Sweden.
A souligner que le prochain match amical opposera les Verts a Tremblay mercredi a 20h a Crepy.
In the last few decades, long chain cellulose esters have still been prepared by grafting fatty acids and their derivatives onto cellulose, either by surface or bulk reactions, employing various methods (Berlioz et al 2009; Boufi and Belgacem, 2006; Bras et al, 2007; Crepy et al, 2009; Freire et al, 2006; Pasquini et al, 2008; Peydecastaing et al, 2006).
BRING back some of the local wine, like a delicious white Crepy Cuvee des Fondateurs in its distinct blue bottle.
She points a lot, and when she talks the crepy skin on her neck goes pink and blows out a bit.
Monsieur Regis Crepy has been Le Patron at the Great House for some 15 years, during which time the premises have won an impressive number of awards for restaurant and small hotel of the year.
These will be in addition to Case's current line of excavators made at the company's Crepy, France, facility and will result in a broader line of excavators available to customers.
Before the year was out, France, facing two invaders in the north, made peace at Crepy with Charles V.
We were then taken by ambulance to Crepy, where they loaded us into a hospital train and we were off .
Orders to markets for the benefit of the following institutions - The hospital Mary Magdalene Forbach (establishment of Chic)- Lemire hospital in Saint-Avold (establishment of Chic)- The hospital Secq Crepy Boulay,- The EHPAD Sans Souci Creutzwald.