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serre

(sɜː)
vb (intr)
another word for serr
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Les concentrations de gaz a effet de serre dans l'atmosphere ont de nouveau atteint des niveaux record, a annonce jeudi a Geneve l'Organisation meteorologique mondiale (OMM).
"There's growing consensus that optical illusions are not a bug but a feature," said Thomas Serre, an associate professor of cognitive, linguistic and psychological sciences at Brown and the paper's senior author.
With gourmet experiences from Michelin-starred kitchens, Gautier Gaschi brings nearly 16 years of culinary experience to his new role at the French restaurant, La Serre, Dubai.
Jean-Pierre Serre's mathematical contributions, leading to a Fields Medal in 1954, were largely in the field of algebraic topology, but his later work ranged widely--within algebraic geometry, group theory, and especially number theory.
Le document comporte egalement un inventaire national des emissions de gaz a effet de serre, une etude sur la vulnerabilite du Maroc vis-a-vis du changement climatique ainsi que les mesures prevues pour attenuer ce phenomene.
True, but it was a rare insight into the usually unseen work of the 20 machines at work on 250km of official slopes in the French resort of Serre Chevalier.
Proved by the work of French mathematician Jean-Pierre Serre (who has made fundamental contributions to algebraic topology, algebraic geometry, and algebraic number theory) and American mathematician John Torrence Tate, Jr.
Geneticist David Serre of the Cleveland Clinic and others obtained 189 samples of vivax malaria parasites that had infected people in Madagascar and found 100 with the gene duplication.
Le pays veut reduire les gaz a effet de serre de 17,2 millions de tonnes en 2013, contre un objectif de 8 millions en 2012, a indique le ministere de l'Economie.
An article in the Chronicle on October 26, 1947 tells how a former French Consul in Newcastle, Jacques Serre, betrayed the Allies and outlined targets in the Tyneside area to a man called Admiral Raedar, then head of the German navy.
Serre (mathematics, College de France) had the great good sense to have notes taken at his 1988 lectures at Harvard, creating a slim volume of great interest.