flambeau


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flambeau

A luminaire resembling a flaming torch.
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A kind of cry came from Flambeau on the wall above.
And with sudden Gallic vivacity he hopped up on the wall beside Flambeau and sat there positively kicking his legs with excitement.
A red blind had been pulled down over the light, but pulled crookedly, so that it gaped on one side, and by risking his neck along a branch that looked as treacherous as a twig, Flambeau could just see Colonel Dubosc walking about in a brilliantly-lighted and luxurious bedroom.
He continued to gaze at the darkening trees opposite, but Valognes turned his head sharply at a suppressed exclamation from Flambeau.
For a spasm Flambeau saw the fierce, red-brown eyes dancing, then they were covered with a pair of blue spectacles.
repeated Flambeau, and for the first time there was another note in his voice beside his triumph.
The world seemed waiting for Flambeau to leap like a tiger.
Offering a unique perspective on Native political struggles in both Canada and the United States, Indian Country discusses such topics as traditionalism and treaty rights in Lac du Flambeau, images of native women such as Sacajawea, what the pow wow contributes to "being Indian", and much more.
Flambeau today is a market-oriented product-development firm for which processing is a critical activity, but not its prime reason for existence.
Il laissait un moment son flambeau en flammes, tournait dans tous les sens afin d'impressionner son public.
20 Newmarket Sporting (50:30:20:10) 13-16 Flambeau, 11-14 The Cheka, Beacon Lodge, Redford, 8-11 Inler, Libranno, Pausanias, Awzaan, 5-7 Field Of Dream, Kakatosi, Dever Dream, 4-6 Shakespearean, 2-4 Palace Moon.
The company said that the growing popularity of traditional lighting systems, including gas lanterns and flambeau torches had seen orders rise strongly during the 12 months to the end of June.