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Verb1.terrasse - provide (a house) with a terrace; "We terrassed the country house"
architecture - the profession of designing buildings and environments with consideration for their esthetic effect
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
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Soldiers gesture in front of La Terrasse restaurant where militants killed five people, including a French citizen and a Belgian citizen, in a gun attack in Bamako March 7, 2015.
2 Mars' Andrew Clarke and DOB Worldwide's Wendy Clark at Adweek's Terrasse Talk, presented by Mars Corp.
Summary: New Delhi [India], May 04 (ANI): To mark the presence of Indian cinema at the upcoming 71st Cannes Film Festival, the Embassy of France in India, in association with UniFrance, in charge of promoting French films abroad, will organise India Day on May 11 at Terrasse UniFrance, Cannes.
Christophe Terrasse, Director, Projects European Foundation for Man.
But the huge success of Richard II somewhat eclipsed the oblique presence of Shakespeare in La Terrasse de midi, a rewriting of Hamlet by Maurice Clavel and one of the three theater productions of the Week of Art in Avignon, as the first edition of the festival was called.
In a convincing revision of this narrative, Reynolds traces the derivation of Der Rosenkavalier from the French operetta L 'ingenu libertin (1907) by Louis Artus and Claude Terrasse, which Kessler saw during the 1907-8 season at the Theatre des Bouffes-Parisiens.
La Terrasse restaurant has been reborn closer to the azure waters of the ocean to provide even more stunning views.
Two Malians, a French national and a Belgian were killed when the assailants opened fire in La Terrasse restaurant.
Un mur longeant la route d'acces a la celebre terrasse du Pincio, oeuvre de l'architecte italien Giuseppe Valadier datant du debut du XIXe siecle, s'est ecroule hier mercredi a Rome, mais il devrait pouvoir etre reconstruit en "quelques jours", ont annonce les autorites locales.