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carlot

(ˈkɑːlət)
n
obsolete a boor or churl
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Bovo, B., Nadai, C., Vendramini, C., Junior, W.J.F.L., Carlot, M., Skelin, A., Giacomini, A.
2 MAS CARLOT BLANC 2017, CUVEE TRADITION, COSTIERES DE NIMES, RHONE, FRANCE (PS9.45, FromVineyardsDirect) IF you're a fan of the rich and rare white Chateauneufdu-Pape, but lament the price point, Lady Luck is on your side.
Bovo, B., Andrighetto, C., Carlot, M., Corich, V., Lombardi, A., Giacomini, A.
In December 1991, and following a split in the Vanua'aku Pati, Maxime Carlot Korman, leader of the Francophone Union of Moderate Parties (UMP), was elected Vanuatu's first Francophone prime minister.
McAllister, Carlot, 1996, "Authenticity and Guatemala's Maya Queen", en C.B.
(17.) Sampson BA, Ambrosi C, Carlot A, Reiber K, Veress JF, Armbrustmacher V.
"Carlot Unloads of California Grapes." The sad economic state of the nation is starkly presented with a listing of the "Unloads" (read shipments) of grapes for the years 1928 through 1931 in 66 cities across the nation.
Meanwhile, another study carried out in the United States by Dr George Carlot reveals an increased risk of a rare type of brain tumour.
The Cornell study notes that brokerage rates "are calculated either as a percentage of selling price or, more commonly, on the basis of fixed rates per unit (per package, truckload or carlot)." According to Hunt, percentage brokerage rates tend to range from 4% to 6%.
These offices were staffed by bonded, salaried salesmen who served over 2,500 wholesale carlot jobbers who themselves employed more than 7,500 salesmen.