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fleurette

(flʊəˈrɛt; flɜː-) or

fleuret

n
(Antiques) an ornament resembling a flower
[C19: French, literally: a small flower, from fleur flower]
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Board, the new Francophone Editor Carole Fleuret and Book Review Editors
Music Day takes place on the day of the summer solstice and was originated in Paris in 1982 by French Minister of Culture, Jack Lang, and Maurice Fleuret. Since then, Music Day has been celebrated in 120 countries around the world.
Celebration of this day was started by Jack Lang, a French politician along with Maurice Fleuret, a composer, music journalist, radio producer, arts administrator from Paris in the year 1982.
This is in keeping with the founding vision of 'music everywhere' that drove French composer and music journalist Maurice Fleuret and France's then Minister of Culture Jack Lang to hold the first Fete de la Musique in Paris in June 1982, coinciding with the summer solstice.
'The first all-day musical celebration on the day of the summer solstice originated by the French Minister of Culture, Jack Lang and Maurice Fleuret and was first celebrated in Paris in 1982.
With a founding vision of 'music everywhere and the concert nowhere,' Maurice Fleuret, a celebrated French composer and music journalist, together with France's then-Minister of Culture Jack Lang organized the first ever Fete de la Musique in Paris in June 1982.
The floor will be given, in particular, to Nicolas Larger, president of Fleuret Tunisia and Patrick Razat, president of the Mecahers Group.
In 1982, French politician Jack Lang and composer Maurice Fleuret discovered that five million French people played some kind of musical instrument.
Sin embargo, ya desde el siglo pasado numerosas investigaciones sugieren que el empobrecimiento de la dieta campesina y la incorporacion de los alimentos industrializados no depende de la oferta de tales productos, sino del abandono de sistemas desarrollados en torno de un cultivo basico (Denman y Dewey, 1989; Dewey, 1981; Fleuret y Fleuret, 1980; Gurri 2011; Baer, 1987; DeWalt, 1993).