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douce

(duːs)
adj
dialect Scot and Northern English quiet; sober; sedate
[C14: from Old French, feminine of dous, from Latin dulcis sweet]
ˈdoucely adv
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Actuellement, le pays produit 916 000 tonnes de pommes de terre irlandaises tous les ans, ce qui en fait la troisieme culture au Rwanda, apres le manioc et la patate douce.
The Permanent Representative in Geneva, Ambassador Hussein Mahmoud Al- Khatib, visited the Geneva Center for Security Policy (GCSP) and met with the Director of the Center, Ambassador Christian Douce. During the meeting, they discussed the center's activities in the field of training and capacity building in various aspects related to security policies, especially the specialized topics of international and regional security, including the Middle East.
The last is one of Wilder's bestknown movies, the spectacular Irma La Douce, starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine, screened on Monday August 19 at 6.15pm.?
Du 25 au 28 avril courant une douce brise musicale du Festival des Alizes soufflera sur les toits et les ruelles de la cite des vents et des arts.
-- With Polynice Fabrice still brazenly sticking his middle finger at the FCC by ignoring its maximum forfeiture of$144,344 by continuing to periodically use the 90.1 MHz signal for the Haitian Creole "Radio Touche Douce," the Enforcement Bureau has successfully entered into a Consent Decree with another pirate of South Florida's FM airwaves.
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Gulf citizens are travelling a lot abroad to destinations like Paris, London, Belgium where they have developed a taste for chocolate," Sylvie Douce told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).
Douce 185), from hand to hand: transfers of liturgical books in the diocese of Cambrai during the later middle ages, and an early 18th-century attempt to publish a facsimile of two Sachsenspiegel manuscripts.