droguet

droguet

(drɒˈɡeɪ)
n
a woollen fabric
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Les Tricolores de France viennent en premier lieu avec Diane Parry (NA1 du tournoi et 11 e mondiale), Selena Janicijevic (68 e ), Giulia Morlet (74 e ) et Aubane Droguet (98 e ) cote filles, Valentin Royer (20 e ), Arthur Cazaux (38 e ) et Martin Breysach (57 e ) cote garcons.
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Esta tecnica, descrita por MARTIN Y JAMES (1952), es en la actualidad un metodo usado ampliamente para la separacion de los componentes volatiles como AGV y C[H.sub.4] (GUTIERREZ & DROGUET, 2002).
Fontainbleau Palace's conservator Vincent Droguet said he noted a finish of white and green, Catherine's colours, when the grime was cleaned off the pin.
Translations from the French (Henri Droguet), Spanish (Enrique Lihn), and Polish (Grzegorz Wroblewski) provide global counterpoint to the fire, and a final blossom from Jonathan Williams adds something of history to the mix.