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n.1.(Zool.) The old squaw, or long-tailed duck.
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Address : Numro National D~identification : 25950208600012, 1 Rue Des Tissonvilliers, 95200, Sarcelles, F
JoA'l Benguigui, 57, and his wife, JoA'lle, were heading home after a stop at the kosher hypermarket in the city of Sarcelles, near Paris, when JoA'lle realized she'd forgotten to buy chicken.
350 canards souchets, 222 tadornes de belon, 47 tadornes casarca, 296 sarcelles d'hiver, 151 sarcelles marbrees) ainsi que d'autres especes tels le flamand rose (1.
A 20 kilometros de la capital francesa, Sarcelles es un mosaico de comunidades.
And he admits the leafy surrounds of his new Dingwall digs are far removed from the concrete sprawl of notoriously tough Sarcelles in northern Paris.
The three men jailed were given sentences of between six and 10 months for their part in the rioting in Sarcelles on Sunday.
A court for the Sarcelles district in the northern suburbs handed down sentences of between six and ten months in jail to three young men in the twenties and gave suspended sentences and fines to others, media and judicial sources said.
Sarcelles, France (AFP) -- A French rally against the deadly Israeli offensive in Gaza once again descended into chaos Sunday as protesters looted shops and riot police lobbed tear gas and rubber bullets into the crowds.
Far from raising awareness, the attacks in Toulouse and Sarcelles were followed by a dramatic increase in anti-Semitic attacks," it said, noting that some offenders appeared to draw inspiration from the attacks.
FranceA's Jewish community has been on edge since the grenade attack on September 19 in the Paris suburb of Sarcelles.
This paper summarizes the author's involvement, as director of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS) at the University of Alberta, in the preparation of the first two volumes of the five-volume Encyclopedia of Ukraine, published between 1984 and 1993 by the University of Toronto Press on behalf of the institute, the Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies, and the Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), based in Sarcelles, France.
SIGIDURS is a syndicate formed by various parties for administering and incinerating urban waste in the Sarcelles region.