grise


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grise

(ɡriːz)
vb (intr)
to shudder with fear
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Also, Grise, HIS WIFE, having a ring and chain on the left leg.'
Dans un rapport baptise [beaucoup moins que]Tires d'affaire[beaucoup plus grand que], publie le jeudi 7 mars, l'ONG Oxfam definit les pays qui devraient etre retires de la liste noire des paradis fiscaux de l'Union europeenne (UE), les pays qui devraient integrer cette liste et ceux qui resteront dans la liste grise (liste de surveillance).
News & Trends was reported by Chrisanne Grise, Greg Gottfried, and Monique LeBrun, with additional reporting by Christine Hauser of The New York Times.
But that doesn't mean there is a shortage of aspirants for eacuteminence grise.
Grise describes the critical reading strategies and techniques that expert legal readers use.
Peter's Anglican Church in Grise Fiord, Nunavut, are continuing to hold services in "an old two-storey house," following a February 27 fire that rendered their church building unusable.
Annette Grise, eds, Devotional Literature and Practice in Medieval England: Readers, Reading, and Reception (Disputatio, 29), Turnhout, Brepols, 2016; hardback; pp.
Even favouritism is not a given with Optimus Prime, an impressive chasing debut winner last month, facing debuting mare Shaama Grise, who gets 12lb in total with her mare's allowance and her rival's penalty.
Which French Franciscan friar and diplomat was known as the Eminence Grise? The Niagara Falls are situated on the border between which two countries?
Army and four years working as a private security contractor, Paul Grise decided to follow his goal of owning a business, and franchising offered a path to follow his dreams.