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degras

(ˈdɛɡrəs; French deɡrɑ)
n
(Textiles) an emulsion used for dressing hides
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(57) On 2nd May 1933, Litvinov, Soviet Foreign Minister suggested Japanese Ambassador Ota in Moscow the purchase of CER by Manchukuo (Degras, J.
Jeremy Degras, executive chef, Chez Charles: French cuisine is highly admired wherever you go.
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To achieve this, he will surely need the heroics of goalkeeper Matias Degras who returns after injury, but more importantly his team should improve in the final third of the field as they have scored just two goals.
L'histoire du Komintern (1919-1943) racontee par Tun de ses principaux temoins, Paris: Casterman, 1971, p26; Stephane Courtois, Annie Kriegel, Eugen Fried, Le grand secret du PCF, Paris: Seuil, 1997; Jane Degras, The Communist International 1919-1943, Documents, vol.2, 1923-1928, p469; Michel Dreyfus, Bruno Groppo, Claude Pennetier (eds.), Le Siecle des communismes, Paris, editions de l'Atelier, 2000, p13; C.
(6.) For example, see "Extracts from the May Day Manifesto Issued by the ecci," in Jane Degras, ed., The Communist International 1919-1943 Documents (London: Oxford University Press, 1965), 3:190-192.
Gantt Gurley, Michael Stern, Ariel Rogers, Gwendolyn Waltz, Tom Gunning, Doron Galili, Jennifer Wild and David Degras for their generous support.
The word 'yam' refers to the tuber of the botanical genus Dioscorea in the family Dioscoreaceae (Degras, 1998).
Degras, ed., The Communist International, 1919-1943: Documents (London: Oxford University Press, 1956; London: Cass, 1971); and I.