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cendre

(sɑ̃dreɪ)
adj
(Colours) a particular shade of ash-blond
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The model features new Cendre Beige metallic finish, aluminium alloy wheels and Look Pack (body colour cowl vent grille and wing trims, chrome front bumper air-intake surround, gloss black exterior mirrors and B-pillar) and commemorative 25th anniversary badging on the B-pillar.
Bourjois Blush, pounds 6.12 in Cendre de rose brune
Mon berceau s'adossait a la bibliotheque, Babel sombre, oo roman, science, fabliau, Tout, la cendre latine et la poussiere grecque, Se melaient.
Nicole Kidman and Dannii Minogue are just a couple of the celebrity fans of Bourjois Blusher and this wonderbrandOs classic rosy pink shade, Cendre de Rose Brune, pounds 6.25, is now 100 years old.
Best applied with a brush, it's available in 12 shades - the best-seller, Cendre De Roses Drune, is our favourite.
If Freud's Autobiographical Study is considered as the turning back of Freudian theory on its originator, then Cinders (Feu la cendre) may at first appear to be Derrida's Autobiographical Study.
His Poemes de Cendre et d'Or (1922) won the Prix David.
Et dans les plantes aromatiques, la myrrhe d'un trange berceau, il passe et renait, passereau, oiseau de cendre et de lumiere.
In "Boule de cendre" (from Langue de Terre, whose title connotes Zajc's aim), a "tu" has long hidden the fire he carries in his locked mouth.
Cendre De Roses Brune is a rosy pink perfect for pale-skinned brunettes and blondes and comes with small applicator brush.