Poudre

Pou´dre


n.1.Dust; powder.
Poudre marchant
a kind of flavoring powder used in the Middle Ages.
- Chaucer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Madame Antoine had laid some coarse, clean towels upon a chair, and had placed a box of poudre de riz within easy reach.
Levin for his part refrained from taking any vodka simply because he felt such a loathing of that Frenchwoman, all made up, it seemed, of false hair, poudre de riz, and vinaigre de toilette.
La liste comprend egalement le lait en poudre, plantes de palmiers, pois chiches, pois, lentilles, haricots ,dattes, cereales, farines de ble , semoule de ble, huile de table de soja, huile de table de tournesol, sucre blanc, lait pour enfants , pates alimentaires et couscous a l'exception de celles preparees ou cuites, tabacs et succedanes de tabac fabriques et ciments (portland gris) .
It has an abundance of recreational opportunities including the nearby Timnath and Horsetooth Reservoirs, Old Town Fort Collins, and the Poudre Canyon, which is in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
She paired the gorgeous summer frock with her Alexander McQueen Grain de Poudre blazer, Roland Mouret bag, and Manolo Blahnik heels.
Hundreds of students from all five Poudre district high schools in Fort Collins participated in the walkout on Tuesday afternoon and marched to Old Town Square to congregate for an organized protest, presstv reported.
Le Cafe Touba est une boisson obtenue par filtration d'un melange de poudre de grains de cafe (Coffea robusta) et de gousses d'une epice, Xylopia aethiopica, possedant une forte saveur parfumee et poivree.
If she dropped out, Veronica would have joined the 1.7 percent of Poudre School District students who became dropouts last year.
In Colorado, the Poudre School District uses various tools and software to engage more students in science and geography.