rigout


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Noun1.rigout - a person's costume (especially if bizarre); "What a queer rigout!"
costume - the attire characteristic of a country or a time or a social class; "he wore his national costume"
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rigout

[ˈrɪgˌaʊt] n (Brit) (fam) (old) → tenuta
where are you going in that rigout? → dove vai conciato così?
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ENAP's methodology and impact evaluation had a positive impact on other South-South cooperation projects, such as Embrapa's Cotton-4 Project (Suyama and Rigout, not dated), and also as an additional source of information to the ABC's "Manual de Gestao de Cooperagao Tecnica Sul-Sul", issued in 2013.
This contrasts with the coalition of 1981, which included Communists such as Marcel Rigout, the youngest of ten children, who had left school aged 12, and, as minister for youth training, was instrumental in creating hundreds of thousands of places for young people hitherto excluded from the education system.
Odontorrhina: Burmeister 1842: 396; Lacordaire 1856: 522, 528; Schoch 1894: 215; Peringuey 1907: 327, 363; Schenkling 1921: 302; Marais & Holm 1989: 13; Holm & Marais 1992: 120; Rigout & Allard 1992: 59; Sakai & Nagai 1998: 303.
Hermes Airports Vice-Chairman Daniel Rigout of the French construction group Bouygues Batiment International said "the proof of the fulfilment of all our engagements stands today before you, and we are extremely proud to have contributed to this project and in doing so, making available all the resources of the Bouygues Group.
Or, given his record on taxation, maybe an Adam Ant-style dandy highwayman rigout might be better.
Damette and Juquin were in and so was Marcel Rigout, an ex-minister representing the Limoges region.
Some studies have shown that glucose infusion increases milk yield (Frobish and Davis, 1977; Rigout et al.
We thank Megnly Hong for his support and Leen Rigouts for her scientific advices.