ciseaux

ciseaux

(scissors) A jump from and ending in fifth with legs apart like open scissors.
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Also, be sure to have a regular trim, even when you are growing out your locks."--ANGELA JOHNSTON, OWNER, LES CISEAUX SALON AND SPA, 6 N.
After four days rest they marched to Les Ciseaux and were taken by bus to dugouts in the railway embankments at Shrapnel Corner.
Il est bien vrai qu'une une œuvre qui ne porte pas une valeur culturelle ou identitaire est forcement condamnee a la temporalite, sinon aux [beaucoup moins que] ciseaux [beaucoup plus grand que] des critiques.
617), but perhaps he would excuse us, looking at the quantity of it all, for sometimes wanting to say scrivener, stenographer, scribbler, or even scissors-wielding biographer--"un biogra-phe a coups de ciseaux"--as Champfleury called him in his 1860 pamphlet on Wagner.
Every dancer has taken liberties at interpreting a role that lends itself to unbridled bravura, punctuated by tours en l'aire, ciseaux jetes, and note-to-knee finishes with breathtakingly precise flourish.