estafette

estafette

(ˌɛstəˈfɛt)
n
(Military) a military courier
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European competition included the 1947--1981 Citroen H Van, the 1959--1980 Renault Estafette and the 1953--1965 Ford Transit.
The 1,000th venture to benefit is The Alchemist Cocktails, run by 23-year-old Dunbar entrepreneur Kirsty Gurr, who serves a range of vintage-themed cocktails from a customised 1979 Renault Estafette van.
Cafe Horchata: They serve up delicious Mexican street food from the back of their converted French 1969 Renault Estafette van and specialise in proper Mexican tacos and tortas.
Nous etions tous assis sur des cartons et sacs au fond d'une estafette transformee en lieu de detente.
Dans une declaration a Assabah News, il a signale qu'il etait en compagnie du proprietaire d'une estafette ainsi qu'une troisieme personne et ce, dans la region de Methanine, proche du mont Sammama.
Renault will be showcasing its full line-up, one of the industry's most complete in terms of breadth and crowd-pulling Estafette 'Glacier' ice cream van from 1963, gently transported across the Channel from the company's extensive heritage collection.
Early that morning a Vichy coastal convoy blundered into the US landing force, and its escort, the sloop Estafette, got into a short, one-sided firefight with an American destroyer.
In 1999 at the Blues Estafette festival in Utrecht, Holland, she performed a concert that was recorded live.