pour encourager les autres


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pour encourager les autres

(pur ɑ̃kuraʒe lez otrə)
in order to encourage the others: often used ironically
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It's my guess that these stories are passed to the newsrooms (along with the footage of the culprit at work) by the Social Security agencies as a salutory reminder pour encourager les autres.
Although Pour encourager les autres cannot compete with the proceedings in terms of the range of subjects covered, it displays admirable scholarship and is an invaluable bibliographic tool.
The numerous references to headhunting prompt no analysis of this presumed institution, and its attribution to mountain as well as plains aborigines - sharply distinguished in other respects by this study - makes one wonder whether headhunting was practiced as a cult (as distinct from mutilation of battle dead pour encourager les autres, a habit both Chinese and Dutch were fond of).
High-profile convictions rightly serve pour encourager les autres.
The medal has served a valuable purpose in raising civilian morale, and was used pour encourager les autres with good effect in relation to the armed forces.
Channel 4, presumably feeling that because we'd missed our dose of McCririck on Saturday we now deserved a double dollop, then gave their man his head, and he proceeded to demand that the already utterly dejected and self-scorning Ffrench be deprived of his livelihood for three months pour encourager les autres.