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feu

feu Sentence Examples

  • A collection of his writings was published at Geneva in 1770 (Ouvres de feu M.

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  • (Naundorff)1834-1838(2 vols., 1904); Plaidoirie de Jules Favre deviant la cour d'appel de Paris pour les heritiers de feu CharlesGuillaunae Naundorff (1874); H.

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  • His works include: Discours sur la roupture de la Trefve en l'an 1 55 6 (Paris, 1556), and "Sommaire de l'ambassade en Allemagne de feu M r.

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  • From him also the reigning sovereign is lineally descended, and he is the liege lord of whom all the chiefs or nobles hold their lands in feu, for services which they or their ancestors had performed, or in virtue of their relationship to the family.

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  • She wrote Institutions dehysique (1740), Dissertation sur la nature et la propagation du feu (1 744), Doutes sur les religions reculees (1792), and in 1756 published a translation of Newton's Principia.

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  • The only work he published was his Reflexions sur la puissance motrice du feu et sur les machines propres a developper cette puissance (Paris, 1824).

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  • 1386), whose Chronicques du feu roi Charles VII was first printed in 1528 as the work of Alain Chartier, was an eye-witness of many of the events he described.

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  • Regarding heat (matiere de feu or fluide igne) as a peculiar kind of imponderable matter, Lavoisier held that the three states of aggregation - solid, liquid and gas - were modes of matter, each depending on the amount of matiere de feu with which the ponderable substances concerned were interpenetrated and combined; and this view enabled him correctly to anticipate that gases would be reduced to liquids and solids by the influence of cold and pressure.

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  • It is sufficient to mention Le Manuscrit de feu M.

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  • Marguin, " La Terre de Feu," in Bull.

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  • Entdeckungsreisen, &c., zur Magellans Strasse (Berlin, 1877); " La Terre de Feu et ses habitants," in Journal des missions evangeliques (August 1876); D.

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  • Mitt., 43, 1897; L'Expedition suedoise a la Terre de Feu (1895-1897; Wiss.

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  • Assibilated c before e, 1 is treated like d; within a word it disappears after having been represented for a while by s (1 u c e r e gives lius-ir, iluhir; r e c i p e r e gives re~ebne, reebre, rebre); at the end of a word it is replaced by a (yea, v i c e in; feu, f e c i t).

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  • The first feu from the estate was the Botanic Garden, the date of the feu contract of which was August, 1841.

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  • feu charter by which the garden ground was acquired.

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  • feudation, on which existing feu duties are based.

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  • feu disposition, containing an absolute warrandice, was then recorded in the Land Register.

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  • feu plan prepared outlining new title deed to include purchased land.

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  • Try the lobster pot Au feu or the welsh lamb.

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  • Le Liban est mis à feu et à sang.

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  • mis à feu et à sang.

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  • The word is the French form, which is represented in Medieval Latin as feudum or feodum, and in English as " fee " or " feu " (see FEE).

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  • (Naundorff)1834-1838(2 vols., 1904); Plaidoirie de Jules Favre deviant la cour d'appel de Paris pour les heritiers de feu CharlesGuillaunae Naundorff (1874); H.

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  • His works include: Discours sur la roupture de la Trefve en l'an 1 55 6 (Paris, 1556), and "Sommaire de l'ambassade en Allemagne de feu M r.

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  • From him also the reigning sovereign is lineally descended, and he is the liege lord of whom all the chiefs or nobles hold their lands in feu, for services which they or their ancestors had performed, or in virtue of their relationship to the family.

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  • She wrote Institutions dehysique (1740), Dissertation sur la nature et la propagation du feu (1 744), Doutes sur les religions reculees (1792), and in 1756 published a translation of Newton's Principia.

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  • The only work he published was his Reflexions sur la puissance motrice du feu et sur les machines propres a developper cette puissance (Paris, 1824).

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  • A collection of his writings was published at Geneva in 1770 (Ouvres de feu M.

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  • 1386), whose Chronicques du feu roi Charles VII was first printed in 1528 as the work of Alain Chartier, was an eye-witness of many of the events he described.

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  • Regarding heat (matiere de feu or fluide igne) as a peculiar kind of imponderable matter, Lavoisier held that the three states of aggregation - solid, liquid and gas - were modes of matter, each depending on the amount of matiere de feu with which the ponderable substances concerned were interpenetrated and combined; and this view enabled him correctly to anticipate that gases would be reduced to liquids and solids by the influence of cold and pressure.

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  • It is sufficient to mention Le Manuscrit de feu M.

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  • Marguin, " La Terre de Feu," in Bull.

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  • Entdeckungsreisen, &c., zur Magellans Strasse (Berlin, 1877); " La Terre de Feu et ses habitants," in Journal des missions evangeliques (August 1876); D.

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  • Mitt., 43, 1897; L'Expedition suedoise a la Terre de Feu (1895-1897; Wiss.

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  • Assibilated c before e, 1 is treated like d; within a word it disappears after having been represented for a while by s (1 u c e r e gives lius-ir, iluhir; r e c i p e r e gives re~ebne, reebre, rebre); at the end of a word it is replaced by a (yea, v i c e in; feu, f e c i t).

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  • There are many sorts grown, and a selection should include Phosphore, Don Calmet, Distinction, Eclat, Victoire, La Neige, Feu Follet, Pluie dOr, Ver Luisant, Ne Plus Ultra, Eldorado, and Heroine.

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