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1. (Anatomy) another word for penis
2. (Peoples) derogatory a disagreeable person
[C20: possibly from lanyard]


(Biography) Bernhard (ˈbɛrnhart). born 1957, German professional golfer: won the US Masters (1985, 1993)
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(ˈlæŋ ər)

Susanne (Knauth), 1895–1985, U.S. philosopher.
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By the merest chance, at the spot where Fouquet pretended to wish to land, a stableman, from the chateau of Langeais, was following the flowery banks leading three horses in halters.
Outro procedimento consistia na conversao de nomes de lugares em sobrenomes: Langeais, nome da heroina do segundo episodio de Historia dos Treze (Histoire des Treize), denominara originalmente um solar da regiao de Tours; Negrepellise, de Anais, de Ilusoes perdidas era o nome de uma cidade do departamento de Tarn-et-Garonne (LOVENJOUL 1973, p.
in Wilmington, Massachusetts, USA, to produce glossy foamed parts in one step, like the cover for an automotive entertainment system molded on an Engel press by Groupe Plastivaloire, Langeais, France, for Johnson Controls GmbH in Germany.
Des exemples notes comprennent le caprice (124), la mise en oeuvre de contrastes thematiques qui, dans Cesar Birotteau, La Femme abandonnee, et La Duchesse de Langeais opposent aux "delices ameres du ressassement sans espoir" (132) les "celestes delices d'une passion infinie." Parallelement, Owen Heathcote marque, dans la structure de La Fille aux yeux d'or, la recurrence de variations sur des themes d'"hybridite" identitaire, sexuelle, et politique que vivent Henri de Marsay et Paquita Valdes a l'epoque "bicephale" des annees 1814-1815 (190).
Before the onset of sound film in 1927, eighty-two adaptations of Balzac texts were either planned or produced (Doumens 2008), including films based on Le Colonel Chabert, Eugenie Grandet, La Duchesse de Langeais, and Le Pere Goriot.
Becca Fitzpatrick's "Dungeons of Langeais" lacks internal consistency, and a few of the other stories end abruptly, but overall, this collection of original selections works well.
Darlington Mushroom Laboratories Ltd, Rustington, Sussex, England & Somycel S.A., Langeais, France.
Screenplay, Rivette, Pascal Bonitzer, Christine Laurent, from the novella "The Duchess of Langeais" by Honore de Balzac.