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pochette

(pəˈʃɛt)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) an envelope-shaped handbag used by women and men
[C20: from French: little pocket]
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Philipp Bree's minimalistic design approach is exemplified by this belted pochette.
The "It" accessory of the year is smaller than a pochette, holds next to nothing and requires regular recharging.
The second is a still life with a pochette (a dancing master's narrow violin) and a skull resting on a music book.
Previously, the company raised the product's price by 4.8 percent a from 1.67 million won to 1.75 million won a last November, when it hiked the price of the Cluny BB Monogram handbag from 2.24 million won to 2.38 million won and the Pochette Metis Monogram handbag from 2.14 million won to 2.20 million won.
In addition to designing the Active Fluo product packaging, Arthur Arbesser has also designed a playful, summery pochette and a handy smartphone holder to carry while playing sports.
A titre d'exemples, ni la publication dans un journal communal d'un article relatant le destin mouvemente de personnes decedees (149), ni l'utilisation de l'image d'une personne decedee sur la pochette d'un album de musique (150), ni la reproduction d'une photo de Michael Jackson sur une bougie hommage (151), n'ouvrent droit a une action des heritiers ou des ayants droits au nom du defunt.
ERByL (CyHAN)- Human Ali ,10, living in Kesare village located in Iraqi Kurdistan's Duhok province, made a jersey of Lionel Messi with a plastic pochette. The little kid told that he is a fan of Messi and all the players of Barcelona.
These feature neat pockets designed for the modern accoutrements - two phones, business cards, a space for an iPad or tablet, and so on - as well as a slender envelope-shaped "pochette" that neatly slots into the top as a useful pocket for the day, and slides out as a glam clutch for evening.
Ce CD est principalement en gbaya, et si la plage <<Wanto>> n'est pas indiquee sur la pochette du disque son nom est mentionne a la fin de la plage zii to litteralement <<Ecoutez le conte>> qui reprend la chanson traditionnelle qui peut etre chantee au debut d'une seance de conte.
Turning to the carefully crafted conditions of this collective project, the "interdiction a celui qui allait chercher les photos d'ouvrir la pochette; s'installer l'un a cote de l'autre dans le canape, devant un verre, avec un disque en fond; sortir une a une les photos et les regarder ensemble" (L'Usage 14), Cottile-Foley clearly situates Ernaux's autobiographical voice within Lejeune's reassuring definition of autobiography as the shortest possible distance between the author and the narrative of her lived experiences (Lejeune 14).