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puy

(pwiː)
n
(Geological Science) a small volcanic cone
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The same day on which Robert d'Estouteville took the place of Jacques de Villiers in the provostship of Paris, Master Jehan Dauvet replaced Messire Helye de Thorrettes in the first presidency of the Court of Parliament, Jehan Jouvenel des Ursins supplanted Pierre de Morvilliers in the office of chancellor of France, Regnault des Dormans ousted Pierre Puy from the charge of master of requests in ordinary of the king's household.
"Chermany, I am instructed to say," said the secretary, with his eyes on the table and his notes spread out, "has always been willing to puy your secret.
He told us that the army was disbanded, and that he should return by Chateauroux, Clermont-Ferrand, Le Puy, and Nimes; and, if I had any money, he prayed me to leave it for him at Nimes, with an inn-keeper with whom I had dealings."
Puy said that his company and provincial authorities would aim to keep the price above 400 riel per kilogram.
After 20 minutes, stir through the Puy lentils, creme fraiche and another good scatter of sea salt, then top with the feta cheese and breadcrumbs.
On our return to the UK we told all our friends that a visit to le Puy was a must and gradually we had tales of additional attractions being added, like a railway and fairground.
But there's a good reason that Puy du Fou (pronounced pwee dew foo) attracts more than two million visitors a year.
Currently, De Puy is president and CEO of Oaktree Ventures Inc.
LORD PUY; I don't understand your conversation or your manners.
The second part offers further background on Rouen, the puy, and the available manuscripts from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
Puy said El.Fi, a family-run Italian company, had backed Moulinex's restructuring until August, when it said it was reconsidering its commitment.