decime


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decime

(ˈdɛsiːm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a subdivision of an English county
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Le gang, apres avoir ridiculise le sherif Hamer (Denver Pyle) est harcele puis decime par la police.
During a panel at PlayStation Experience 2016, Kojima revealed that his new game will use the Decime Engine, which is the same technology that's powering "Horizon: Zero Dawn" on the PS4.
Le chomage massif et les fermetures des etablissements touristiques ont decime les stations balneaires.
Te voy a dar ejemplos y vos decime si lo hiciste esta semana, o cuando lo hiciste.
For many years, the Dona, owners of extensive agricultural property and leases in the area, had used harsh methods to extract decime (tithes) and other income from the peasant leaseholders.
Des sources au departement de la Defense ont affirme que Daech a ete decime a Syrte, ce qui a incite l'aviation americaine a arreter ses bombardements.
Y entonces, cuando habia que discutir algun enfermo yo le preguntaba: "H, decime como es esto".
Santilli: decime que es lo que falta y le encontramos un lugar, lo que yo no puedo hacer es reemplazar la historia, lo que me dicen las leyes [.
For eso yo siempre le digo a mi mama cuando viene, porque mi mama es una persona calladay que con tal de verme a mi soporta cualquier cosa: "no mami, le digo, yo no veo lo que pasa del otro lado del patio, decime como te requisaron o quien te requiso".
Best song: "Brasil decime que se siente" (Brazil, how does it feel) to the tune of Creedence Clearwater Revival's Bad Moon Rising - Argentina fans taunting the hosts, who have swiftly turned the tables by changing the words following the final defeat.
e keeper said minds have now been re-focused after euphoria following the match, where clips emerged from the dressing room of the squad singing their fans' anthem 'Brasil decime que se siente' - 'Brazil tell me how it feels' - to the tune of Creedence Clearwater Revival's Bad Moon Rising.
En septembre 2008, le pretre des Missions-Etrangeres Claude Lacaille se rend au Salvador, un pays decime par les affres de la guerre froide en Amerique latine qui a vu, de plus, nombre de religieuses et de religieux defendre courageusement la population opprimee, a l'instar d'Oscar Romero et Ita Ford, assassines tous deux pour leurs prises de position en faveur de la paix et la justice.