callet

callet

(ˈkælɪt)
n
1. a scold
2. a prostitute or promiscuous woman
[C16: of uncertain origin]
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Nigel Twiston Davies bagged another double with Callet Mad and Ballyandy.
Callet, Couleur-Lumie're Couleur-Matiere: Interaction Lumiere-Matiere et Synthese d'Images, Diderot Editeur, Arts et Sciences, Paris, 1998.
It was purely accidental," laughs Ian Callet, Operations Head.
La Tercera Seccion recibe el titulo de Pueblos que sin ser colonia ni municipios acunaron por privilegio o por tolerancia, aqui se lleva a cabo el estudio de un total de 29 cecas (Abdera, Acinipo, Aria, Bellon, Carisa Aurelia, Callet, Carbula, Caura, Ceret, Ebora, Julia Traducta, Ilurcan, Ipargo, Iripo, Laelia, Lastigi, Lontigi, Luciferi Fanum, Onuba, Urci, Orippo, stipo, Ostur, Salici, Segovia, Segobriga, Spoletum, Toletum y Ventipo).
This apparent reference to cannibalism among the Merina of Madagascar, derived by the Catholic priest Callet, [1] possibly from writer-interpreter Lucien Andriamiseza (1913-1997), [2] when transcribing the collection of indigenous oral traditions known as Tantaran ny Andriana ('History of the Kings'), attracted little attention until 1956, when Louis Molet, [3] a French Protestant missionary and anthropologist, published a work in which he claimed that the Merina, in common with the other ethnicities of Madagascar, practised funeral rites that demonstrated clear signs of having once been focused around the eating of the dead.
Le Prix a ete decerne mardi a l'issue du vote des membres du jury, appeles a departager les quatre candidats en lice, qui sont outre Fouad Laroui, Frank Courtes "Autorisation de pratiquer la course a pied" (JC Lattes), "Blandine Le Callet, Dix reves de pierre" (Stock) et Mathieu Remy, "Camaraderie" (L'Olivier).
INTERVIEW ping Callet g her amille Dalmais is the bilingual, body-popp Parisienne pop princess who combines classically schooled skills of music and ba with a winning sense of anarchy.
Jean-Francais Callet (1744-1799)), Tables Portatives de Logarithmes, augmentees et perfectionnees dans leur disposition par M[onsieur] Callet, et corrigees avec la plus scrupuleuse exactitude .
Nonpossidentem multa vocaveris Recte beatum, rectius occupat Nomen beati, qui Deorum Muneribus sapienter uti, Duramque callet pauperiem pati.
He knew that a wigmaker's assistant named Callet procured for the chevalier Eklin and the marquis de M .