négociant

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négociant

(neɡɔsjɑ̃)
n
1. (Commerce) a wine merchant or wholesaler; specifically, one who buys grapes, grape juice, or partially fermented or finished wine from others and sells the wine produced under his or her own name
2. (Brewing) a wine merchant or wholesaler; specifically, one who buys grapes, grape juice, or partially fermented or finished wine from others and sells the wine produced under his or her own name
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Vandenhuten, negociant, which had turned the scale of choice in my favour.
In his Guide du commerce, dedicated to "Son Altesse Serenissime Monseigneur le Duc de Penthievre, gouverneur de Bretagne," Gaignat introduces himself at the outset as an "ancien negociant de Nantes, ci-devant professeur de la grande ecole du Commerce it Paris, et actuellement bourgeois a Sceaux-du-Maine, et procureur fiscal de S.A.S.
Plus precisement, il vise a developper un cadre conceptuel synthetique permettant de comprendre comment les societes urbaines tentent de repondre aux tensions suscitees par les projets d'amenagement ou de localisation, notamment en favorisant la participation des citoyens, en negociant des solutions et finalement en engageant des reflexions sur les pratiques de planification.
Adam's Place - Sundance Wine Cellars and Adam's Place Restaurant will present a tasting and seminar featuring the wines of Burgundy producer and negociant Alex Gambal from 5:30 p.m.
Les bisons sont capables de traverser des lacs et des rivieres (parc national Wood Buffalo, parc national Yellowstone), mais on ne connait que peu de cas bien documentes de bisons negociant la traversee de cours d'eau nordiques a courant rapide.
Ce qu'il est important de constater, c'est que les acteurs transforment l'espace en poursuivant leurs propres interets et en negociant, en contestant et en trouvant des solutions aux conflits.
* 2000 Morgon, Chateau de Bellevue, Louis Jadot (Importer: Kobrand Corp.) Owned by the great Burgundy negociant, Louis Jadot, this single-estate cru Beaujolais is a sturdy, delicious wine that can age for a few more years.
This is the French way to buy wine - 'chez le negociant'.
Even his last minutes were spent in service to private charity in Bordeaux: he collapsed and died at the age of 72 while presiding over a meeting of the Societe de Secours aux blesses militaires.(2) Together with colleagues like the Jewish shipping merchant Alexandre Leon, the Protestant negociant Charles Cazalet, and the republican cheese merchant Alfred Daney, Pelleport-Burete helped to create and maintain a strong core of public and private institutions that lay at the heart of poor relief in Bordeaux.
The state and empire, the noble and less noble "structures" of wealth and rank, the movements of the negociant, the merchant in long-distance trade, are what enchant him.
C'est une bonne affaire pour le Raja qui est appele a confirmer sa victoire en aller en negociant le match retour a domicile avec une autre grande determination.