Pousse


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(pŌs)
n.1.Pulse; pease.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Mais une telle situation, au demeurant inedite dans l'Histoire du pays, a pousse certains parlementaires a demander le vote d'une motion de censure.
Dans une allocution, Mohamed Hattab a plaide pour la mise en place de nouveaux mecanismes afin de limiter le phenomene qui pousse des jeunes a mettre leur vie en peril.
Le frere du defunt a indique a Shems Fm que les agents de la police municipale ont pousse son frere, qui travaillait comme vendeur ambulant, au suicide, et cela apres l'avoir agresse physiquement et saisi sa balance, ajoutant que certains policiers municipaux lui ont meme dit "vas-y allume le feu".
Le report a maintes reprises de la Conference Geneve II pour la paix en Syrie a pousse l'agence onusienne a lancer un appel a la communaute internationale pour le partage du fardeau qui pese sur les pays accueillant les refugies.
Le commissaire de la localite de Merowe Abdul Karim Abdul Rahman a affirme la decouverte du charbon dans l'Etat selon les echantillons preliminaires ajoutant que les etudes indiquent la presence de grandes quantites de charbon , une chose qui pousse en avant l'economie dans l'Etat et la localite .
Des queues interminables qui provoquent davantage le peuple et le pousse a adopter une position inebranlable.
A Making cocktails really is a work of art - some need creativity and imagination more than practice, like the Bajan Mojito, which is classified as an innovative cocktail, while others need practice more than creativity, like the seven layered Pousse Caf, which is a classic cocktail.
I have selected five bars and simply asked them to make a stylish cocktail: Le Gallois mixed a stylish Martini Cocktail, while at the St David's Hotel Bar they made an extraordinary-looking Pousse Cafe.
The new range is available from November to January and consists of six cold as well as hot menu choices, including Scottish lobster with Glenfiddich and mango salsa served on a bed of fresh pousse and chestnut and thyme pancake topped with cranberry flavoured crushed potato and crispy parsnip.
Traditionally a French after-dinner drink to have with coffee, pousse cafe (the phrase literally means "push the coffee") drinks became the rage in New Orleans in the 1820s and remain a popular, if unconventional, choice today.