estrade


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estrade

(ɪsˈtrɑːd)
n
(Furniture) a dais or raised platform
[C17: from French, from Spanish estrado carpeted floor, from Latin: stratum]
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A rustling sound of uprising greeted our entrance; without looking to the right or left, I walked straight up the lane between two sets of benches and desks, and took possession of the empty chair and isolated desk raised on an estrade, of one step high, so as to command one division; the other division being under the surveillance of a maitresse similarly elevated.
Reuter had already glided away, she was nowhere visible; a maitresse or teacher, the one who occupied the corresponding estrade to my own, alone remained to keep guard over me; she was a little in the shade, and, with my short sight, I could only see that she was of a thin bony figure and rather tallowy complexion, and that her attitude, as she sat, partook equally of listlessness and affectation.
The three I allude to were just in front, within half a yard of my estrade, and were among the most womanly-looking present.
All eyes turned to the estrade reserved for the Flemish envoys.
The Study of Independent Fast Food Vendors near Secondary Schools in Disadvantaged Scottish Neighbourhoods was conducted by Michelle Estrade, a research associate at the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research & Policy.
Meme le debutant ne doute pas un instant d'avoir atteint sa destination finale, guide par la musique de l'Atlas jouee par un groupe de cinq hommes rassembles en arc de cercle sur une petite estrade.
fr et techniques: Sandra Estrade tel: +33 567738116 mail: georges.
Virevoltant a qui mieux-mieux, sur une gigantesque estrade ou tronait une armada de musiciens aussi divers que leurs instruments (toumba, bendir, synthe, violon, mandole, guitare electrique, le grand baroudeur a donne plaisir a ses invites en executant ses tubes classiques, [beaucoup moins que] Caravane to Baghdad [beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que] Hakmet Lekdar [beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que] Wayli Wayli [beaucoup plus grand que], [beaucoup moins que] Tin Marrakech [beaucoup plus grand que], non sans toutefois reprendre ses vieux coups de cœur de ses [beaucoup moins que] maitres a chanter [beaucoup plus grand que] : Lemchaheb, Hayrane en tete.
Today K-pop (Korean pop music) comes out to world level, and we are interested in experience sharing for the development of our estrade," Andarbekov noticed.
5" Estrade display, an 8MP rear camera and 16GB of builtA[degrees]in storage, expandable via the onA[degrees]board MicroSD card slot.
Cordey S, Sahli R, Moraz ML, Estrade C, Morandi L, Cherpillod P, et al.
Sheriff Estrade says bluntly, "The American people create the problem"