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épicier

(episje)
n
(Professions) a grocer
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Epicier, "Anti-wear and friction reducing mechanisms of carbon nanoonions as lubricant additives," Tribology Letters, vol.
Elle en a marre aussi : loyer, souk ; marche, epicier, boucher, bus, pharmacie- Tous ses reves se sont ecroules.
Donnet, T Le Mogne, and T Epicier, "Superlubricity of molybdenum disulphide," Physical Review B, vol.
It is satiric in many ways, and contrary to the "notaire" or the "epicier," it is clearly humoristic from beginning to end.
Un mariage situe entre amour et affaire arrange Hagi Pana, un epicier avare, pour sa fille, Marita, autour de laquelle apparaissent trois pretendants : Jorj, un jeune homme peu serieux, ayant des preoccupations douteuses et parlant souvent en francais, Numa Consule, un professeur qui parle en latin, et Petrica, un garcon de l'epicerie.
En juin 1882, Augustin Paradis, un epicier de la municipalite de Saint-Romuald d'Etchemin situee en bordure de la riviere Chaudiere, a rouest de New Liverpool (figure 3), poursuit le syndicat des debardeurs en dommages et interets pour 36 dollars.
(40) One of her most moving and beautiful sestinas memorializes the invented figure of "Jean-Michel Galibert, Epicier a Saint-Jean-de-Fos." (41)
62) The presence of the word sel in this chant makes the girls think that prepuce is a sophisticated term meaning epicier. So, after buying some mustard from the grocers, Camille curtsies and announces in her most refined voice: 'Au revoir et merci, prepuce' (EVF, p.