Cheve


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(chēv)
v. i.1.To come to an issue; to turn out; to succeed; as, to cheve well in a enterprise.
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En effet, cette 9 eme edition qui aura lieu du 23 au 25 mai 2019 autour du theme [beaucoup moins que]Conte et Afrique[beaucoup plus grand que], accueillera une belle brochette d'auteurs, illustrateurs, conteurs, libraires, comediens et musiciens entre autres Mohamed Adi (Algerie), Naziha Bouras-Chamot (Maroc), Nezha Cheve (Maroc), Nathalie Dieterle (France), Halima Hamdane (Maroc), Souleymane Mbodj (Senegal), Dominique Mwankumi (Republique Democratique du Congo) et bien d'autres.
In Peste: Entre Epidemies et Societes, edited by Michel Signoli, Dominique Cheve, Pascal Adalian, Gilles Boetsch, and Olivier Dutour.
Below this were a number of phrases painted in the Cheve figures.
Hidrodinamica y produccion de ostion de la laguna El Cheve, sur de Pinar del Rio, Cuba.
"Me muero por una cheve," Manny says, lighting a cigarette, and everyone agrees.
Girard, Bassedow o Compayre; por sociologos como Bain y Spencer; por compositores como Saint-Saens o grandes profesores de musica como Gavin, Cheve y Danhausse.
The group managed to beat the previous record of 1,484m set nearby in the Cheve caves, while the previous record in Sistema Huautla was 1,475m.
BOETSCH Gilles, Dominique CHEVE et Helene CLAUDOT-HAWAD (dir.), 2010, Decors des corps.
Unveiled as part of Baume & Mercier's 2012 collection at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie watch fair, in Geneva in January, it features a curved case back and 'cheve' shaped sapphire crystal reminiscent of early 19th century 'galet' pocket watches.
In: Signoli M, Cheve D, Adalian P, Boetsch G, Dutour O, editors.
Anthropology and Political Science: Gwendolene Sithokozile Cheve.