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degras

(ˈdɛɡrəs; French deɡrɑ)
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(Textiles) an emulsion used for dressing hides
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Jeremy Degras, executive chef, Chez Charles: French cuisine is highly admired wherever you go.
Star chefs Sylvain Gohier and Jeremy Degras bring their years of expertise to raise the bar of gourmet catering service in Dubai.
To achieve this, he will surely need the heroics of goalkeeper Matias Degras who returns after injury, but more importantly his team should improve in the final third of the field as they have scored just two goals.
L'histoire du Komintern (1919-1943) racontee par Tun de ses principaux temoins, Paris: Casterman, 1971, p26; Stephane Courtois, Annie Kriegel, Eugen Fried, Le grand secret du PCF, Paris: Seuil, 1997; Jane Degras, The Communist International 1919-1943, Documents, vol.
For example, see "Extracts from the May Day Manifesto Issued by the ecci," in Jane Degras, ed.
Gantt Gurley, Michael Stern, Ariel Rogers, Gwendolyn Waltz, Tom Gunning, Doron Galili, Jennifer Wild and David Degras for their generous support.
El Faro de la ninez combino literatura con ciencias y geografia, y conto con una veintena de colaboradores, entre ellos: Antonio Alvera Degras, Jacinto Arguello Rosado, M.
Durante cinco anos, Martinez, tambien conocida en documentos oficiales como Maria Mendez Degras, oculto la muerte del pequeno, a quien dejo morir de hambre y despues arrojo en un basurero.
Even the Comintern or the Third Communist International, which was founded in Moscow in March 1919 on the initiative of the Bolshevik Party and was avowedly more internationalist than the First and Second Internationals, expressed full fidelity to Marx's understanding of the Orient and his conceptualization of the Asiatic mode of production through various organizational and policy decisions (see Degras, 1956; Schram and Encausse, 1969; Madiar, 1981; Claudin, 1975; Munck, 1986).
Whether or not it was any good never entered into the equation, and it was usually referred to by any number of names, such as Pinard, onze degrAs or gros rouge.
5 carats; they are from the great diamond mine now being developed in the Canadian Arctic, the Ekati mine, Lac DeGras, NWT, Canada.