epuration

epuration

(ˌɛpjʊəˈreɪʃən)
n
purification
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Le rapport etablit egalement une serie de recommandations transversales relatives a la transition vers une economie verte, ainsi qu'aux opportunites en matiere de creation de richesses et d'emplois dans quatre secteurs cles de l'economie verte: energies renouvelables, efficacite energetique, assainissement et epuration des rejets liquides et assainissement des dechets solides menagers.
Halls has organized his study into a very approachable amalgam of chronology and theme, which allows him to give extensive treatment to important issues as he moves the narrative forward from the Fall of France to the epuration. Readers of The Youth of Vichy France will find some useful development of familiar material in the chapters of youth questions.
During the campaign of "epuration" launched by the CNE, Paulhan opposed the fanaticism of certain Resistance activists and resigned (November 1946) from the organization.
Tout en qualifiant la reponse de la communaute internationale de [beaucoup moins que]trop timoree[beaucoup plus grand que], Amnesty International s'insurge contre les reticences des forces de maintien de la paix, impuissantes a faire face aux anti-Balaka, procedant a une epuration ethnique des musulmans victimes de pillages et de lynchages au quotidien.
Although some leading pacifists, such as Felicien Challaye and Leon Emery, tried vainly to reconcile their own political philosophy with Nazi ideology, others such as Michel Alexandre and Alphonse Barbe redeemed the cause with the courage and lucidity they alone showed as public figures who denounced the excesses of the epuration, speaking out at a time when the purges were still taking place.
L'adduction d'eau est terminee et la station epuration l'est aussi a 80%.
In the first two-thirds of the book five succinct chapters take us from invasion to epuration and for good measure we are reminded that in the Barbie trial and the affaire Touvier painful scars remain.
Although Pauvre Bitos (1956) is primarily a piece a these condemning the epuration and similar allusions can be found in L'Alouette (1953), there are no overt political references in Anouilh's plays of the thirties and forties.
For the French legislation of the epuration attempted to legally centralize all the enterprises of writing with the goal of effectively normalizing them.
So Madame Bousquet carried on, in much the same way, despite war, occupation, liberation, epuration. One does not, unfortunately, have such complete information as regards the post-war activities of Florence Gould, whose midday receptions Junger continued to attend regularly right up to his final departure in August 1944: 'Mittags bei Florence; vielleicht ist dies der letzte Donnerstag'.