brancher


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brancher

(ˈbræntʃə)
n
a young bird which has left the nest but which is not yet fully able to fly
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Il suffit de brancher ces systemes a base de micro-onduleurs [beaucoup moins que] Plug & Play [beaucoup plus grand que] directement sur une prise de l'habitation pour alimenter avec de l'electricite renouvelable tous les appareils electriques et electroniques (lampes, frigo, TV...) d'une maison, d'oo une simplicite de mise en oeuvre et une reduction des couts d'installation.
"I would hold a show for six weeks once or twice a year showing the work of local photographic artist Toril Brancher and various other supporting artists.
Quelque peu perplexe, il ajoute que les joueurs ambulants ne sont pas autorises a brancher leur equipement dans les prises electriques (en fait, ces prises sont rares a l'exterieur des zones controlees des stations), notant au passage que la Societe de transport et le programme Etoiles <<travaillent ensemble>>.
Kunze, Schlosser e Brancher (2016a) tambem identificaram os setores laterais como os mais utilizados para as finalizacoes a partir de 13 jogos.
Atuou organicamente, facilitando a formacao politica contra o latifundio, e contribuiu para a formacao ideologica dos camponeses acampados, tal como destaca o testemunho de Mercedes Brancher pouco depois, em 1985:
In a victim impact statement read to Cardiff Crown Court, Mr Brancher said: "I awoke to him punching me in the face over and over again.
This news is also a result of the announcements made last December 19, which presented the financial contribution obtained from the federal Brancher program to innovate and from the Qubec Branch provincial program to help deploy a basic infrastructure throughout the territory of Qubec.
(12.) Busato MS, Ignacio SA, Brancher JA, Gregio AMT, Machado MAN, Azevedo-Alanis LR.
Des A@lA?ves restent debout A mA me la chaussA@e sans brancher au son avertisseur du klaxon.

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