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gare

(ɡɑː)
n
1. a dock-basin on a waterway
2. (Nautical Terms) a pier or wharf
3. (Railways) a train station
adj
4. greedy; covetous
5. mean; miserly
References in classic literature ?
At four o'clock he left the Gare du Nord for London.
When they got out of the Gare du Nord, and trundled along the cobbled streets in a ramshackle, noisy cab, it seemed to him that he was breathing a new air so intoxicating that he could hardly restrain himself from shouting aloud.
"'Dieu me la donne, gare a qui la touche!'* They say he was very fine when he said that," he remarked, repeating the words in Italian: "'Dio mi l'ha dato.
Bois-Guilbert's new shield bore a raven in full flight, holding in its claws a skull, and bearing the motto, Gare le Corbeau.
The Vicomte de Chagny hurriedly consulted a railway guide, dressed as quickly as he could, wrote a few lines for his valet to take to his brother and jumped into a cab which brought him to the Gare Montparnasse just in time to miss the morning train.
Then he decided to have a bit of dinner at the Restaurant de la Gare where he felt pretty certain he would not meet any of his friends.
* L'insecurite : la plupart des facteurs cites plus hauts concourent a l'augmentation des risques d'insecurite au sein de la gare. Tres frequemment, il est signale des actes de banditisme ou de vols de portables, d'objets de toutes sortes.
L'exploitation de cette gare routiere, selon le maire de Bonon, Kone Yacouba, offrira de l'emploi a beaucoup de jeunes et permettra par ailleurs, de renflouer les caisses de la municipalite.
Mr Gare explained that upon completion, the project would relieve residents the hardships of travelling long distances seeking medical assistance.
As per the company statement, La Gare will be an integrated community of residential, hospitality, retail and leisure facilities merged around the setting of a park.
The leading real estate developer organised a launch event in the renowned Addis Ababa La Gare train station, after which the project is named, revealing the masterplan.
Eagle Hills, an Abu Dhabi-based private real estate investment and development company, has ventured into the Ethiopian market with the launch of La Gare in Addis Abiba.