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brasses

[′bras·əz]
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In addition to this high impact well, Faroe is planning two near field exploration wells, the first of which is the Norwegian North Sea Brasse exploration well (Faroe 50%) expected to be drilled mid next year.
beaucoup moins que] L'hamecon du moulinet peut atteindre jusqu'a 30, voire 40 brasses (une brasse equivaut a peu pres a 1m80).
Judge Glen Brasse told him: "Your behaviour was every parent's nightmare.
Wilhelm Brasse photographer 3444; Auschwitz 1940-1945.
Les stars hongroise et australienne Daniel Gyurta et James Magnussen ont de leur cote fait honneur a leur statut en remportant respectivement le 200 m brasse et le 100 m nage libre.
La nageuse Sara El Bekri a frappe fort lors des championnats de France Elite de natation, qualificatifs aux Jeux Olympiques 2012 a de Londres, en s'adjugeant deux medailles d'or en 100 et du 200m brasse et une medaille d'argent au 400 m quatre nage.
Basically anything that makes farming cheaper, more efficient, less time-consuming, especially including the use of new technologies, GPS and the Internet, fell into the category of precision ag," said Terry Brasse, associate professor of agricultural geospatial technology at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, which has a precision agriculture school.
setup, a monument of our being there; as also of her maiesties, and successors right and title to that kingdome, namely, a plate of brasse .
The melancholy implications of long-term studies that are never completed because those pursuing them are mortal, not having "bodies of brasse," did not escape Burton's catalogue of the "Misery of Schollers" (I, 308).
En tout, les athletes algeriens ont decroche six medailles, dont une en argent et deux en bronze, tandis que les Tunisiens ont brasse six medailles dont deux en argent.
Il est vrai que le public avait eu le loisir de s'echauffer de tres belle maniere lors du nouveau record du monde etabli par la Danoise Rikke Moller Pedersen, sur 200m brasse (2'19"11).
THEY are the images which haunted Wilhelm Brasse from the moment he pressed the shutter to the day he died.