crepon

crepon

(ˈkreɪpɒn)
n
(Textiles) a thin material made of fine wool or silk, or both
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At Crepon later in the day, Hollis's unit was held up by a field gun surrounded by heavy machine guns trained on a village house they were using as cover.
If you want to stay locally, then Ferme de la Ranconniere in the village of Crepon, is all you would expect of a rural French chateaux hotel - peaceful, characterful and with excellent food.
We use a variation of the three-stage model devised by Crepon et al.
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They argue that wage increases with age are a means of rewarding increased productivity resulting from greater accumulated experience or learning effects that enable companies to assign employees better positions, thereby increasing their efficiency (Aubert & Crepon, 2003).
(2.) Sylvain Crepon, Alexandre Deze and Nonna Mayer (eds), Lesfauxsemblants du Front national.