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brocard

(ˈbrəʊkɑːd)
n
an elementary legal principle, often expressed in Latin
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This is within the range of the average consumption rate reported for villages in Kenya (1.39 kg/capita/day) (Heinlein 2015), for Ghana and Cote d'lvoire (1.5 kg/capita/day) and West African countries (1.30 kg/capita/day) (Brocard et al.
As soon as I see the glimmer of a consequence, I pull the trigger." But what is an aphorism and how does it differ from a haiku, a proverb, an epigram, an obiter dictum, a maxim, an adage, a riddle, an axiom or a brocard? Well, it's complicated.
For lean, precise, flinty Chardonnay with real poise, a good Chablis like Famille Brocard is top class, but PS15.
One popular option is the JM Brocard, "Vau de Vey" Premier Cru Chablis ($22 a glass), a surprise for chardonnay fans used to buttery expressions with lots of toasted oak and vanilla.
(101.) Dreno B, Khammari A, Brocard A, Moyse D, Blouin E, GuilletG, etal.
Edited by Jean-Francois Laluque, Daniel Brocard, and Emmanuel d'Incau
Guests were served iced tea, red wine (a choice between McGuigan Shiraz and Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon), and white Brocard Chardonnay.
Brocard et al., "In vivo functional analysis of the Hoxa-1 3' retinoic acid response element (3'RARE)," Development, vol.
Melanie Saint-Jean, (1,2) Anne-Chantal Knol (ID), (2) Christelle Volteau, (3) Gaelle Quereux, (1,2) Lucie Peuvrel, (1,2) Anabelle Brocard, (1,2) Marie-Christine Pandolfino (ID), (4) Soraya Saiagh, (4) Jean-Michel Nguyen, (5) Christophe Bedane, (6) Nicole Basset-Seguin, (7) Amir Khammari (ID), (1,2) and Brigitte Dren (ID), (1,2)
(36.) Li M, Indra AK, Warot X, Brocard J, Messaddeq N, Kato S, Metzger D, Chambon P.