capillaire

capillaire

(ˌkæpɪˈlɛə; French kapilɛr)
n
a syrup flavoured with maidenhair fern or orange flower water
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[beaucoup moins que]Desormais, Garnier propose une alternative naturelle sur toutes ses references: BB creme, masque capillaire, coloration, lotion micellaire,etc.[beaucoup plus grand que], fait valoir Delphine Viguier, presidente de la marque Garnier.
Visitors were welcomed by "Capillaire" (Capillary), 2015, a modular installation consisting of a series of six freestanding columns of acrylic plastic.
Although the bar looks out on the Thames, the drinks Chetiyawardana developed take inspiration from the flowers of the British countryside, with concoctions like the Dandelyan Sour, made from dandelion capillaire and garden bitters.
Electrophorese des proteines seriques: comparaison de la technique en capillaire de zone Capillarys[c] (Sebia) et de l'electrophorese en gel d'agarose Hydrasys[c] (Sebia).
II interprete leur choix capillaire comme une rebellion contre l'image idealisee du "wiry haired Irish youth who stared down at them out of the wall" (Jenkinson 11), incarnee par Bobby Sands, un jeune catholique aux longs cheveux venere en tant que martyr par la communaute catholique.
The range, which had been available in France, includes Shampooing Trai-tant Sebo-Reequilibrant and Bain de Plantes, Shampooing Traitant Dermo-Apaisant, Shampooing Traitant Dermo-Apaisant and Baume Capillaire.
Ainsi, des 1983 ont ete retenues comme disciplines des arts plastiques la sculpture, la peinture, le bronze, le batik, la photographie, la maroquinerie, le tissage, l'art vestimentaire, l'art capillaire, le dessin, le modelage et la vannerie.