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garigue

(ɡariɡ) or

garrigue

n
(Plants) open shrubby vegetation of dry Mediterranean regions, consisting of spiny or aromatic dwarf shrubs interspersed with colourful ephemeral species
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(2) To these early students, their 'legal studies provided the basis for their criticism of British colonial rule', which was recognized by colonial authorities, as well as the belief that 'it was they, the intellectuals, who would become the leaders of the people' in independent Africa (Garigue 1953: 57).
A powerful and rich wine, with notes of spice and earthy garigue to bold raspberry and blackberry flavors.
"In 2015," says Radia Garigue, the director of Junior Achievement, "we mentored 382 young project owners, and 24 of those projects are currently in incubation."
Ces mots rappellent a notre attention deux traits originaux de cet ouvrage dans le sillon duquel se sont inscrits les Essais sur le Quebec contemporain, le debat sur le caractere urbain du Quebec lance par Philippe Garigue, et l'engagement dans une reflexion critique sur le developpement d'une << societe quebecoise >>, qui fut determinant pour plusieurs chantiers de la Revolution tranquille, notamment pour l'essor des etudes urbaines et regionales autour de Gerald Fortin.
Willmotts statement that a folk society never existed in Quebec is a reference to the ideas of Philippe Garigue in Etudes sur le Canada francais, 5-28.
Three examples of the former are as follows: (1) Rex Lucas's (1966) analysis of the status implications for middle-class women of participating in a job training program, which drew heavily on generalities about the social psychology of middle-class life; (2) Philippe Garigue's (1964) assessment of the development of sociological analysis concerning Quebec which concluded that, in the preceding decade, "the interest in the ethnic division of labour gradually developed into a study of the class structure of Canada" (p.
Much of its native vegetation has undergone dramatic changes during this process, leading to the formation of many secondary or subseral communities such as the characteristic shrubland communities (maquis, phrygana, matorral, garigue, etc.) that form a conspicuous part of contemporary Mediterranean landscapes (Thompson, 2005 and references therein).
Comino--Gozo's neighbour and the smallest of the Maltese islands--has its own unique walk: a loop around its coast, which lasts two to three hours, and takes in the mighty military forts erected by the Knights of Malta, as well as the rugged rocky habitat known as a garigue (which holds a large diversity of hardy shrubs).
Numerous scholars have noted that both the focus and nature of Quebec sociology have been different from the discipline in the rest of Canada (ROC) (e.g., Garigue 1964; Falardeau 1967; Nock 1974; Rocher 1992; Fournier 2001, 2002; Warren 2003; Gagne and Warren 2003).
Among the vegetation forms in the populated sites, batha, dense and open garigue, maquis, and park vegetation were recorded.
On one side, IT infrastructure is being commoditized and manipulated by marketing issues; on the other, a company's infostructure, or information capital, may be used in decision-making based on inaccurate data or meeting regulations under PIPEDA or Sarbanes-Oxley, said Robert Garigue of the BMO Financial Group.