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chamade

(ʃəˈmɑːd)
n
(Military) military (formerly) a signal by drum or trumpet inviting an enemy to a parley
[C17: from French, from Portuguese chamada, from chamar to call, from Latin clamāre]
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"It is strange," said D'Artagnan, "that I don't yet see the king's flag on the walls, or hear the drums beat the chamade ." He launched three hundred fresh men, under a high-spirited officer, and ordered another breach to be made.
Meme s'il y a une grande harmonie entre les deux planches, la composition de la double planche explose--si nous comparons avec nombre de planches de Persepolis, comme les bombes explosent dans la narration et comme les cLurs battent la chamade. Les surfaces noires composent le profil d'escaliers en zig-zag sur toute la hauteur de chaque planche, mais seulement sur la largeur d'une case.
Selon le charge de la communication a la Direction de la Protection civile de la wilaya de Mascara, le sous-lieutenant Tahar M'henni, l'accident a eu lieu sur la RN-14 reliant Mascara a Tiaret au niveau du douar El Maleh, suite a une collision entre deux vehicules de marque Kia Sorento et R19 Chamade. Tous les passagers de la RN19 ont peri, soit toute une famille.Il s'agit du chauffeur, d'une femme de 48 ans, d'une autre de 78 ans, de trois enfants dont deux jumeaux.
Chamade 16~-8~-4 ~sE[degrees]psor combined production of 70% tin, CH half-length, conical, premezett horns.
Guerlain launched Chamade in 1969 following the publication of Francoise Sagan's 1966 novel, and the subsequent release of a 1968 film adaptation starring Catherine Deneuve.
Acrescento ainda que, nesse contexto, elas foram expostas a violencia sexual e definidas pela cultura dominante como objetos sexuais, como corpos negros anormais e sexualizados em excesso, logo, elas nao poderiam ter saido dessa conjuntura, nem entender aquilo que se chamade "amor".
The two claim their rightful place in "Les Parisiens", a Collection that includes the men's fragrances Derby, L'Ame d'un Heros and Chamade pour HommeC* All of these fragrances must be deserved.
On Pleney's slopes, Chalet du Nabor and Le Vaffieu are atmospheric, though busy, so book ahead, while Morzine La Chamade and Le Clin D'Oeil are great when the chalet maid is on a day off.
The perfume house was handed down from father to son with various Guerlains creating the signature scents featured in the heritage collection including Jicky, 1889, created by Aimoy Guerlain, possibly in honour or an English girlfriend, L'Heure Bleue, 1912, said to reflect the light before darkness as war engulfed Europe, Mitsouko, 1919, inspired by the heroine of the Claude Farrer novel La Bataille, and Chamade, created in 1969 for the new woman who was emerging onto the world stage.
Andrew stayed at three-star Best Western Hotel Chamade (www.bestwestern.co.uk or 00 329 2201515) near St Pieters Station.
This dramatic, theatrical work draws material from Joubert's earlier cantata The Martyrdom of St Alban, and makes stunning use of instrumental effect, done spectacular justice as almost vocal sounds moved back and forth across the Symphony Hall organ-case, bringing the horizontal trompettes en chamade pipes into striking prominence.
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