monture

monture

(ˈmɒntjʊə)
n
a mounting or a means for supporting or fixing something in place
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Il retrouve ainsi sa bete de somme, la monture qui l'avait fait connaitre, la lutte contre l'etalage anarchique.
Il n'est donc pas celui qui evalue, diagnostique ou qui traite le probleme de la vue, mais bien celui qui s'assure que vos lunettes soient adaptees a votre situation, comme il conseille le client sur la forme de monture la plus adaptee et lui explique comment proceder a l'entretien des lentilles de contact.
Authors who focus on multiple markers together may rely on a familiar "trinity" of markers, such as race, class, and gender (Monture, 2007), or similarly, a four-part "mantra" privileging race, class, gender, and sexual orientation emanating from the work of feminist and critical race ideologies in psychology such as Fine and Burns (2003).
Among those speaking on youth issues will be Sarah Monture, executive director at the Aboriginal Apprenticeship Board of Ontario; Laurentian University student Mathew Duek; and Kaella Marie-Earle, a district engineering intern at Union Gas.
Cae1/4aoest pour moi une fiertUu[c] de venir ici et partager cette ambiance Uo[beaucoup plus grand que], dit-il du haut de sa monture, un pur-sang, Uu[c]lUu[c]gant et gracieux, ornUu[c]e de lae1/4aoemblUuA me national et de rubans multicolores.
This passage in Mandamin J's judgment reminds me of Patricia Monture's insight that: "In order to understand equality people must understand caring.
Patricia Monture was a law professor and Indigenous activist who demanded that Ottawa move past its colonial legacy.
Fashionable forms of decoration on the monture included lacquering, gilding, carving, hand-painting and encrusting with jewels, with emphasis on the guard-sticks, while hand-painting, printing and feathers, ribbons, sequins and beads were used to decorate the screen.
Et a celui qui chevauchait en Ouest, une invincible main renverse le col de sa monture, et lui remet la tete en Est.
We Share Our Matters: Two Centuries of Writing and Resistance at Six Nations of the Grand River, by Rick Monture. Winnipeg, University of Manitoba Press, 2014.
As Patricia Monture asserts, "I am because I know my name, my family, my clan, and my nation." (111) Similarly, Jennifer Nedelsky argues that we need to recognize that "our essential humanity is neither possible nor comprehensible without the network of relationships of which it is a part." (112) This relational understanding requires a paradigm shift from a consideration of not only what is best for oneself but also what is best for everyone else.
See Val Napoleon, Taiake Alfred, Patricia Monture, Michael Asch, Glen Coulthard, John Borrows, David Milward, Bruce Miller, Anthony Hall, Kent McNeil, and Audra Simpson etc.