ciré

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ciré

[sə′rā]
(textiles)
Any fabric treated with wax, heat, and pressure to produce a glossy appearance.
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Mr Milburn's constituency office in Darlington said yesterday it would not be appropriate for him to comment as Cire did not live in his constituency.
In 1965, she won the Eurovision song contest, representing Luxembourg, with the Serge Gainsbourg song 'Poupee de Cire, Poupee de Son' - beating the UK's Kathy Kirby.
Gall won the 1965 Eurovision Song Contest for Luxembourg with the song Poupee De Cire, Poupee De Son (Wax Doll, Rag Doll), written by French composer Serge Gainsbourg.
Gall's international breakthrough came in 1965 (top photo) when she won the Eurovision Song Contest representing Luxembourg with a song by Serge Gainsburg, "PoupAaAaAeA@e de cire, poupAaAaAeA@e de son ("Wax Doll, Doll").
We organized conjunctivitis surveillance within the framework of an existing sentinel project involving 56 volunteer GPs located throughout the island who reported weekly to the Indian Ocean regional institute for public health surveillance agency, known as Cire OI (3).
Du miel de thym, d'eucalyptus, de romarin, de lavande, de jujubier, mais egalement de la gelee royale, du pollen er propolis, de la cire et autres produits de la ruche.