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Comte

(Isidore) Auguste (Marie François) . 1798--1857, French mathematician and philosopher; the founder of positivism
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You will be displeased, no doubt, monsieur le comte, because I have seen "
Now, my friend," said the comte, with his soft smile, and in his customary tone, "let us talk of other matters.
The comte forgot to inquire after Mazarin; that was an old habit.
The comte closed his manuscript, took the young man's arm, and went out into the garden with him.
So Marc Warren enters the fray tonight as Comte de Rochefort - a man whose loyalties and motives are so twisted he should be fighting with a corkscrew.
creme fraiche or sour cream Pinch of kosher salt 1/,1 cup shredded Comte or gruyere cheese 2 tbsp.
The reason for my curiosity was this: The 19th-century French thinker August Comte (1798-1857), considered to be the founder of sociology, had argued that development of societies would parallel that of human thought, and thus after going through theological and metaphysical stages arrive at the scientific stage where religion would be replaced entirely by science.
Comte is sometimes described as the French equivalent of cheddar.
But if you like Raymond Blanc and/or French food, there was plenty to enjoy as he pootled around in his ancient Citroen visiting "cathedrals" to regional specialities such as Comte cheese and Saucisse de Morteau and tried to convey to viewers the concept of terroir.
2, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- Swiss born Michel Comte is one of the most sought after press and fashion photographers in the world today.
Souffles au Comte under the Monoprix private label feature 25% comte cheese.