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huer

(ˈhjuːə)
n
1. (Fishing) a person who stood on a cliff during herring-fishing in order to signal to the fisherman at sea which way shoals of herrings or sardines passed
2. (Hunting) archaic a person employed to rouse or drive deer by shouting or making a noise
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C'est dimanche dernier, devant un parterre de [beaucoup moins que]figurants payes a l'heure[beaucoup plus grand que] (ou des [beaucoup moins que]salariesloues[beaucoup plus grand que] comme ecrira un site electronique casablancais d'information) a Casablanca, et qui ont fini d'ailleurs par le huer a la fin de son intervention peu a propos, que le secretaire general [beaucoup moins que]par procuration[beaucoup plus grand que] du Parti authenticite et modernite(PAM) a fait cette allusion deplacee.
I admired its construction and look similar to a watch mad by Cartier or Tag Huer.
Makes of the missing 24 watches include Bulova, Dunhill, Etienne Aigner, Omega, Maurice Lacroix, Oris, Zeno and Tag Huer worth in total around PS90,000.
24) "Hue" derives from the French word huer, meaning "to shout," and cry is used in the same sense.