blanquet

blanquet

(blɒŋˈkeɪ; French blãke)
n
1. a variety of French pear
2. a variant spelling of blanquette
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(18.) Panhuysen M, Vogt Weisenhorn DM, Blanquet V, Brodski C, Heinzmann U, Beisker W, et al.
To represent Gaggenau's postwar history in Germany in 1961 when it was acquired by the Von Blanquet family and later becoming a subsidiary of BSH Hausgerate GmbH, Zoisl prepared duck leg confit, roast duck breast and pan-seared foie gras.
Only a few countries or regions have been the subject of work; This is the case in Mediterranean France, are to include the work of Braun - Blanquet et al.
Maria Cruz Garcia de Enterria, "Bailes, romances, villancicos: modos de reutilizacion de composiciones poetico musicales," en Maria Antonio Virgili Blanquet et al., eds., Musica y literatura en la Peninsula Iberica: 1650-1750 (Actas del Congreso Internacional, Valladolid, 20, 21 y 22 de febrero), Valladolid, 1995.
The whereabouts of Gerardo Jose Padilla Blanquet of Radio Grande de Coahuila and Zoila Marquez of the Zacatecas-based online news site Linea Informativa are unknown.
argentinensis accounted for at least 37.5% of plant cover, according to the Braun Blanquet (Braun-Blanquet, 1979 cover-abundance scale, were classified as "espartillar".