crepy

crepy

(ˈkreɪpɪ) or

crepey

adj, -ier or -iest
(esp of the skin) having a dry wrinkled appearance like crepe
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D'Artagnan came by the way of Nanteuil-le-Hardouin and Crepy.
On 7th October they moved on to Crepy, and on 10th October by bus to Hersin and marched to Fosse 10, Sains-en-Gohelle.
Consequently, Christian Hother SAaAaAeA rensen, EVP Sales and Marketing, a Vincent Crepy, EVP Supply Chain, will as of 1 January 2018, no longer be members of the registered executive management.
Puy-en-Velay Bishop Luc Crepy, head of the bishops' conference committee on combatting pedophilia, appeared nervous and expressed shock when Lucet presented him with a list of 18 priests convicted of sexual abuse but still in ministry.
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.
1541/1544 Empieza por la invasion francesa del Artois, Flandes, Luxemburgo y Rosellon, que es la de la invernada de Barbarroja en Tolon, y termina con la paz de Crepy.
She points a lot, and when she talks the crepy skin on her neck goes pink and blows out a bit.