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Gros

(French ɡro)
n
(Biography) Baron Antoine Jean (ɑ̃twan ʒɑ̃). 1771–1835, French painter, noted for his battle scenes
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It tasted something as I should conceive a royal cutlet from the thigh of Louis le Gros might have tasted, supposing him to have been killed the first day after the venison season, and that particular venison season contemporary with an unusually fine vintage of the vineyards of Champagne.
"Would 'Le Gros Serpent' have been heard by the ears of one he wished to be deaf?"
The criminal was a fine intelligent fearless man; Le Gros was his name; and I may tell you--believe it or not, as you like--that when that man stepped upon the scaffold he CRIED, he did indeed,--he was as white as a bit of paper.
Un rapatriement hebdomadaire, d'une moyenne de 2.000 refugies burundais, va etre organise, a compter du 1er octobre prochain, a rapporte, mardi, la radio publique, citant le ministre burundais de l'Interieur, Pascal Barandagiye, de retour d'une mission en Tanzanie, le pays de la sous-region est-africaine qui abrite le gros des exiles burundais de la crise electorale de 2015.
From left: Nicola Beynon (Le Gros solicitors) Bethan Sadler (Le Gros solicitors) and Natalie Williams (University of Wales press)
Claudia Le Gros, managing partner of Le Gros Solicitors, said: "We are delighted that the event was a success and everyone thoroughly enjoyed it.
Des institutionnels, des ministres et des elus marocains sont presents certes soutenir et motiver, mais le gros lot de l'assistance est compose tout particulierement d'une multitude d'acteurs associatifs et d'influence non etatiques, a travers le globe.
Malaghan director, Professor Graham Le Gros, said: "Our collaborators in China have a substantial pipeline of therapies that have undergone initial clinical trials in China and are now ready to be developed under a Western regulatory environment here in New Zealand."
Sophia Le Gros, 17, has been in the competition for nearly four months and is now hoping to bring the crown back to Merseyside.