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gentil

(ˈdʒɛntɪl)
adj
gentle
[French]
References in classic literature ?
Il est tres gentil et naif," she said again with the same smile.
Engie is currently implementing one project for the government and one for a private-sector client, Stephane le Gentil, head of energy efficiency at Engie in the Middle East, told Construction Week.
But the Mullins-trained Sois Gentil won't have to be a star to make a successful debut in the bumper.
Much more is known on cultural exchanges between France and Awadh, because of the collections of Colonels Jean Baptiste Joseph Gentil and Antoine Louis Henri Polier and of Major General Claude Martin (figure 2).
The Filipinos, though, fell short hours later as French big man Charles Bronchard and speedy guard Dominique Gentil powered France to an early edge, 16-8, before Charly Pontens sealed the dominant win.
Spader, Ineffable, Gentil J and Dewdrop four put forward.
Fleeing an impending war in the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly known as Zaire), young Gentil, his mother and his siblings travel to join their father in Rwanda.
Gentil Misigaro knew the world only as a place of loss, fear and death.
Commenting on the completion, Stephane le Gentil, CEO - Etihad ESCO said, "We are pleased to announce the successful completion of our first ESCO project with Philips Lighting for the DEWA Power Stations.
The first book of the "Arrivals" nonfiction series for about the lives of immigrants and refugees (intended for young adult readers ages 12 and up), Stay Strong: A Musician's Journey from Congo tells the true-life story of Gentil Misigaro, who grew up in Congo amid violence, suffering, fear, and death.
Etihad ESCO will further drive similar initiative with the private and public sectors including Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and Jebel Ali Free Zones Authority (Jafza), Stephane Le Gentil, CEO of Etihad ESCO told Gulf News.