brisé

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brise

(briːz)
n
obsolete an area of untilled land

brisé

(ˈbriːzeɪ)
n
a movement in ballet where the legs or feet are beaten together

brisé

(broken) A leap with the legs lightly beaten before landing on both feet.
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Le perdant du combat Dec Spellman a egalement presente ses hommages sur Twitter: "Le coeur brise, je n'ai pas de mots.
Brise fans are made from series of sticks that open to form a semi-circular arc, the more substantial "guard stick" at each end, linked in the middle with lengths of ribbon or thread, and attached at the base with a doubleheaded pin, or rivet.
Les etendues de champs cerealiers ou se dressent des epis de ble en plein processus de maturation donnent l'impression de jouer des nuances au gre de la brise marine que diffuse la mer redevenue desormais sage.
Moreover, the Brise brand is distributed through all relevant distribution channels.
In order to standardise all its brand names across the many markets in which it is present, SC Johnson renamed its brand Brise to Glade by Brise in 2013, in order to make the transition from the Brise brand to the Glade brand easier for consumers.
For obtaining more information about the schedule of forms and fee, the intending candidates could visit BRISE website www.
The Cyprus-registered boat is owned by Hamburg firm Brise, who said all the issues were dealt with before the Cemfjord left for the UK.
Tony Redding, spokesman for the German ship-management company Brise based in Hamburg, said investigators would look for "abnormalities," but the only irregularity seems to have been "severe weather.
Those who volunteer for an unusual mass cycling promenade, due to take place two weeks before The Tour de France passes through Holmfirth, are promised a day to remember as they stage two performances of the avantgarde musical piece Eine Brise, described as a 'moving sonic installation for bicycles.
Add a drop of peppermint oil to your water bottle and you might find some extra bounce in your brise.
Also killed was Tony Brise, a promising young driver who was to spearhead Hill's new Embassy team.
Toepfer, Ameropa, Brise Agricultura, Brise Group, Bunge, Cargill, Glencore, Nidera and United Grain.