vire


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vire

(vaɪə)
n
(Archery) archery obsolete a type of arrow which had a turning motion and which was formerly used with a crossbow
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An Elle & Vire spokesperson says the rise in French-style cafes and food outlets has jumped in the region in recent years, on the back of the appreciation French pastries have received.
Vire answers the well-meaning question this way: He felt called to help the disabled while serving in the Navy during the Vietnam War.
Vire Life Engine[TM] is scalable to all devices from small to large screens, from low-end phones to tablets with high resolution.
Vire is an experienced archer and it was his record that Sookoo broke at the nationals.
The master drummer performs the kase during salutations, and particularly the vire (pirouette).
Mullen, however, got the 7-year-old son of Akbar to come up with that little extra to score over Majid Al Jahouri's Vire Volte while another of Al Deen Deeb's runners, Rabah DE Carrere, finished third under Royston Ffrench.
Degrenne Paris owns four factories in four production sites including Vire and Limoges in France.
Located in France, Val de Vire specializes in the production of raw materials from cider apples.
They also do Cave de Vire Macon Villages from Burgundy if you fancy fresh apple, melon and minerally fruit for pounds 7.
Teams from the twin towns of Totnes, Devon, and Vire in Normandy, France, were astonished when the bird flew off with the bright red ball - which bowlers aim at - and dropped it in nearby reed beds.
The villages of Vire and Clesse are particularly noted for their minerally and elegant white wines, and the villages were united under one name in 1998.
Val de Vire Bioactives has introduced Apple Synergic, which is a co-dried mix of the fibers and the polyphenols of apple.