moules


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moules

The French term for mussels.
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Les moules qui pompent et filtrent l'eau pour se nourrir de phytoplancton, stockent au passage tout ce qui passe, d'ou la necessite de regles sanitaires strictes pour celles destinees a la consommation.
Though every cafe and bistro serves moules frites (mussels and French fries) I had to try Leon's original spot, like a tourist.
Le plastique, ce sont des fossiles liquides moules ou extrudes dans de l'acier.
Simon Manners, inset, had answered the door to speak to neighbour Paula Moules when vicious Snoopy, an American Bulldog, escaped and attacked her.
Prompted by the belief that something needed to be said regarding what hermeneutics has to offer practice professions about how to approach research that revolves around human concerns, Moules, McCaffrey, Field, and Laing present Conducting Hermeneutic Research, which touches on the human conditions of living--illness, school, children, health, relationships, suffering, healing, and hope--while at the same time weaving in the legacies of philosophy.
Whenever Helene Jarrah, the owner of the recently established Moules et Frites in Ashrafieh, unveils freshly steamed mussels from the cocotte they were boiled in, the room is instantly enlivened -- "ohh" and "ahh" her customers say, as if it were a magic trick.
Do you know of anywhere I can buy a stylish moules pot?
Moules, a journalist in the UK who profiles companies and their owners, offers a guide for entrepreneurs to starting their own business by following an alternative path that goes against traditional wisdom.
Jonathan Moules (author); THE REBEL ENTREPRENUER; Kogan Page (Nonfiction: Business & Economics) 19.95 ISBN: 9780749464820
Technique tres ancienne, oo le metal en fusion est verse a seaux dans des moules de sable minutieusement prepares, tasses, racles, huiles; enormes, lourds, ajustes a l'aide des potences.
SICK thug Shaun Moules was today behind bars after biting off a pal's ear.
The menu is packed with a range of tasty French classics, from croques and freshlybaked baguettes, to traditional favourites such as steak frites, boeuf bourguignon and moules.