guerite


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guerite

(ɡəˈriːt; French ɡerit)
n
(Historical Terms) history a turret used by a sentry
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But things were taken to a whole new level of fame as Gem and co headed to high end beach side restaurant La Guerite in Cannes.
"So we are off to La Guerite today," Gem said as she took toInstagramStories before sailing off for lunch.
Alors que Ziaya s'etait aussi soulage dans la guerite des remplacants avant son entree en jeu pour conjurer le mauvais sort.
Anamac is the only company that has distribution rights to the minerals guerite and saugin.
For example, the little huts in the middle of many vineyards, beloved of photographers because they give a focal point to what would otherwise be just a sea of vines, are called barraques or cabinets de vignes in this area, capites in Geneva and Vaud, and guerites in Valais.