tremblement

tremblement

(ˈtrɛmbəlmənt)
n
an instance, or cause, of trembling
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"Count Lichtenfels was here this morning," Bilibin continued, "and showed me a letter in which the parade of the French in Vienna was fully described: Prince Murat et tout le tremblement...
Dans un recit emouvant, elle nous plonge dans l'univers familial et la genese de la personnalite de son frere, ne quelques temps apres le terrible tremblement de terre qui avait endeuille la paisible cite balneaire d'Agadir en 1960.
Given the descent onto this note, and the fact that the semitone (always the preferred interval for such ornaments) occurs between G# and A, and not G# and F#, the ornament here should be a tremblement. The other pinces in this sequence are all good, since they follow an ascent to the ornamented note.
Most of the essays, however, treat a single text: "La perception de l'Afrique dans TiJean L'horizon de Simone Schwarz-Bart ou la quete d'un imaginaire composite" (Corina Crainic); "Le fil africain de Gisele Pineau dans L'Exil selon Julia" (Frangoise Simasotchi-Brones); "Tremblement de femme-terre dans Pluie etventsur Telumee Miracle de Simone Schwarz-Bart" (Sarah B.
Sipping champagne to celebrate my birthday, I noticed that good old Henri invented a celebratory cocktail called "Tremblement de Terre," or "Earthquake," a potent mixture of generous amounts of absinthe and cognac.
Xi Jinping, suite au tremblement de terre qui a frappe la province de Yunnan, dans le sud-ouest du pays.
Lguili a aussi indique a Al Jarida, que ces donnees feront l'effet d'un tremblement de terre en Tunisie.
Et le rythme du vide c'est precisement le tremblement (p.