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vielle

(viːˈɛl)
n
(Instruments) a European stringed musical instrument from Medieval times and somewhat similar to a violin
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viella
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sont aimes des l'aube de la vie, et la fraicheur des vielles
Alain Grignon Carignan Vielles Vignes PGI Pays de l'Herault 2018, France (PS5.99, Majestic) Carignan is a workhorse grape widely planted in the south of France - but old carignan vines such as this little gem (nifty at 50) can really rev up the taste buds.
Alain Grignon Carignan Vielles Vignes PGI Pays de l'Herault 2018, France (PS5.99, Majestic) Carignan is workhorse grape widely planted in the south of France - but old carignan vines such as this little gem (nifty at 50) can really rev up the taste buds.
VIELLES VIGNES PGI PAYS DE L'HERAULT 2018, FRANCE (PS6.99, MajeStic) Carignan sometimes gets a bad rap - it's a workhorse grape that is widely planted in the south of France - but old carignan vines such as this little gem can really rev up the taste buds.
Elle a pris conscience du risque de le perdre A jamais, avec la disparition des derniA?re vielles qui ont encore souvenir de ses histoires venues du fond des Acges.
His fries with foie gras mousse, pickled cherries and squab ragu paired with the Chateau Peyros, Vielles Vignes took the People's Choice Award, voted on by guests at the event.
Car dans ces livres la les personnages principaux soit ils sont nes monstrueusement, soit ils deviennent des etres monstrueux a travers la magie noire ou a travers une metamorphose terrible menee par des djinns et des vielles sorcieres ou simplement a cause des experiences tragiques et des graves epreuves vecues dans la vie.
1 in D Major and Vielles Chansons de Nouvelle-France, a new work by local composer Michael Chergosky.
Vielles dames aux membres entrelaces, noueux et epineux, lourds,
Vincent Girardin Roully Vielles Vignes 2009 (Acquired in Whole Foods Market)