froise

froise

(frɔɪz)
n
(Cookery) a type of pancake often made with bacon
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Main features: The market is subject to slices: Tranche closes: Road of Froise & connection of the camp-site of the Motte, street of High GabetTranche optional n 1: Impasse of Haut Gabet - Realization of the sewage purificationTranche optional n 2: Rue du Haut Gabet - Reconstruction of the roadway between the impasse of Haut Gabet and the Departmental Road 32 excluding sewage treatment sewageOptional tranche n 3: Road of Froise - Rehabilitation of roadway complementary to the refurbishment of trenches wastewaterTranche optional n 4 : Road Froise - pavement Rehabilitation hold out water sanitation usesDes variantswill they be taken into account: no.Batch divided benefits
BULKER (BU-LK-ER: 2+21=12+11=5+18) 'a petty thief FROISE (FR-OI-SE: 6+18=15+9=19+5) 'a kind of pancake' ILLING (IL-LI-NG: 9+12=12+9=14+7) 'evil-doing, obsolete' NOTION (NO-TI-ON: 14+15=20+9=15+14) 'idea' REAVER (RE-AV-ER: 18+5=1+22=5+18) 'a robber' SELLES (SE-LL-ES: 19+5=12+12=5+19) 'saddle, archaic' SHRIVE (SH-RI-VE: 19+8=18+9=22+5) 'to impose penance upon' STRUTS (ST-RU-TS: 19+20=18+21=20+19) 'strut, inflected form' TALING (TA-LI-NG: 20+1=12+9=14+7) 'the telling of tales' VAINER (VA-IN-ER: 22+1=9+14=5+18) 'vain, comparative form' Note that all of the six-letter TNTs listed above are of the form [][]
89-105; Jean-Charles Gateau,' Topologie du mouchoir froise dans Les Georgiques', in Claude Simon: chemins de la memoire, ed.