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moineau

(ˈmɔɪnəʊ)
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(Fortifications) a type of small fortification or bastion in front of a surrounding roofless wall
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De quoi s'arracher les cheveux de rage pour cette trouvaille de cervelle de moineau! On peut toujours en citer d'autres, mais, ces contes en deviendraient une redondance agacante!
Ackermann, Denise Tremblay & Sylvain Moineau, Long-Term Bacteriophage Preservation, WORLD FED'N FOR CULTURE COLLECTIONS NEWSL., Issue no.
Storing bacteriophages at 4AdegC or at chilling temperature may be the most effective for long-term preservation with least impact on virion infectivity (Fortier and Moineau, 2009).
Methods of obtaining the consultation file : file to be withdrawn from the SARL Jean MOINEAU (written request: by mail or email) "Landronne "44590 Derval or at moineau.jean@wanadoo.fr
An excerpt of his second novel, La Colombe et le moineau ( The Dove and the Sparrow ), has been translated below by Alexandra Piscionere.
Since Moineau developed the single-screw hydraulic machinery theory in the 1930 s, single-screw hydraulic machinery pumps and screw motors have been widely applied in the petroleum and chemical areas [1-2].
En ciertos contextos para evitar las asociaciones negativas que evoca la palabra grue en frances se puede recurrir a otros analogos funcionales, como, por ejemplo, Le moineau pris vaut mieux que l'oie qui vole; Il vaut mieux tenir que courir; Un tiens vaut mieux que deux tu l'auras.
Moineau, CRISPR/Cas system and its role in phage-bacteria interactions.
Voyage d'un moineau de Paris a la recherche du meilleur gouvernement (1842; The Travel of a Parisian Sparrow Looking for The Best Government) by Pierre-Jules Hetzel, Jean-Jacques Grandville, and George Sand, or Clairville and Jules Cordier's vaudeville La Propriete, c'est le vol (1848; Property is Theft), for instance, use satire, plagiarism of socialist thinkers' Genesis discourse, and reactivation of topoi on the working class.
(21.) Barrangou, R., Fremaux, C., Deveau, H., Richards, M., Boyaval, P., Moineau, S., Romero, D.
Par exemple, le moineau est juge tres typique de la categorie <<oiseaux>>, tandis que le pingouin est juge peu typique de celle-ci.