parle


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parle

(pɑːl)
vb (intr)
to speak; discuss
n
a speech; discussion
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Mr Adderly, which was the name of the other ensign, had sat hitherto kicking his heels and humming a tune, without seeming to listen to the discourse; he now answered, " O, Monsieur, on ne parle pas de la religion dans la guerre ."--"Well said, Jack," cries Northerton: "if
In Paris we often saw in shop windows the sign "English Spoken Here," just as one sees in the windows at home the sign "Ici on parle francaise." We always invaded these places at once--and invariably received the information, framed in faultless French, that the clerk who did the English for the establishment had just gone to dinner and would be back in an hour--would Monsieur buy something?
"Je crois, monsieur, qu'il ne sear pas necessaire," Heyward modestly replied; "je parle un peu fran‡ais."
Monsieur a parle de vous: il m'a demande le nom de ma gouvernante, et si elle n'etait pas une petite personne, assez mince et un peu pale.
Good reason, then, if I beforehand seek To understand my adversary, who And what he is; his wisdom, power, intent; By parle or composition, truce or league, To win him, or win from him what I can.
They ended parle, and both addrest for fight Unspeakable; for who, though with the tongue Of Angels, can relate, or to what things Liken on Earth conspicuous, that may lift Human imagination to such highth Of Godlike Power: for likest Gods they seemd, Stood they or mov'd, in stature, motion, arms Fit to decide the Empire of great Heav'n.
I have dined in it-- moi qui vous parle, I peopled the chamber with ghosts of the mighty dead.
"The news about 8,000 to 10,000 job losses at Parle G is not a factual story," said Mayank Shah, Senior Category Head at Parle.
According to a report by Indian media channel ndtv.com: "A sharp drop in Parle's biscuit sales means the company may have to slash production, which may result in layoffs of 8,000-10,000 people, Mayank Shah, category head at Parle, said in a telephone interview from Mumbai.
Parle, who is 6ft 6ins tall and nicknamed 'Hemp', has been on a wanted list for almost a decade-and-a-half and is rumoured to be abroad, possibly lying low in Spain.
Kenny Hargreavestold the Liverpool Echothat Parle - nicknamed "Hemp" - would not be able to lie low in Spain, where he is rumoured to have been since the killing.
Bleksley, who is writing a book about his one-man search for Parle, reckons he has been told about FIVE sightings of him in recent weeks.