actualité

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actualité

(ˌæktʃʊˈælɪteɪ; French aktɥalite)
n
jocular the truth: economic with the actualité.
[C20: French: literally, truth]
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Ce portail electronique, devoile lors d'une conference de presse a l'occasion de la journee nationale des marocains residant a l'etranger (MRE), vise egalement a informer les MDM sur toute l'actualite bancaire et a apporter des reponses concretes a leurs questions sur l'offre bancaire.
But as anyone who saw the recent "interview" with Fern Britton - no stranger to a bit of economy with the actualite herself - will see, it really isn't working.
More recently he wrote a letter to the editor of the Quebec newsweekly Actualite (Sept.
As in Poledna's earlier, prefilmic, research-based work produced in Vienna and his more recent films Actualite, 2001, and Western Recording, 2003, Version delves into a virtual archive of what the artist calls "fragments of twentieth-century culture," using histories of pop movements as an organizing principle.
Ms Short, who quit the Cabinet over the Iraq war, said: "We have a Prime Minister so focused on presentation there's a willingness to be economical with the actualite. It is now clear the threat Iraq posed was exaggerated."
Ladite chaEne presente une perspective francaise privee sur l'actualite mondiale.
FOR a man who emerged from the milieu of the spivs and speculators of Scottish banking, and one moreover, no stranger to the bookmakers, Alex Salmond's carefully chosen vituperation for those who had brought the HBOS low was well, economical with the actualite.
Version, 2004, the most recent film by Mathias Poledna, is strongly reminiscent of his last one, Actualite, 2002.
The one who boasted about lying (sorry, about being "economical with the actualite") when he was a Minister of the Crown.
Actualite oblige, le dernier numero d'El Djeich est revenu sur l'histoire de la Coupe du monde de football, soulignant que c'est en Angleterre que le sport le plus populaire au monde a vu le jour.