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riposte

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Fencing a counterattack made immediately after a successful parry
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Au cours de cette exercice qui s'inscrit dans le cadre du controle sanitaire aux frontieres de l'aeroport Mohammed V par les equipes medicales , et qui a pour objectif de tester le dispositif organisationnel mis en place par le ministere de la sante conformement au plan de veille et de riposte contre le risque de la Maladie a virus Ebola qui est mis en place par le Maroc depuis que L'OMS a declare, le 8 aout 2014, cette epidemie en tant qu'urgence de sante publique de portee internationale.
Riposte was impressive last month and can continue her rise up the ladder.
Riposte seems certain to be suited by ground and track.
The winner of a Newmarket maiden on her previous outing, Riposte took the step up in class in her powerful stride, bursting to the front inside the two-furlong pole and holding Just Pretending by two and a quarter lengths.
CADBURY has issued a stinging riposte to US food giant Kraft regarding its unsolicited takeover bid.
After careful consideration, United launched a fierce riposte, claiming the Spanish giants' "unacceptable behaviour" would not be tolerated any longer.
And Man United launched a fierce riposte, claiming the Spanish giants' behaviour would not be tolerated any longer.
The pledge from Clive Dutton came as he highlighted a new report which he said was a perfect riposte to this week's Cushman & Wakefield UK Cities Monitor in which Manchester ousted Birmingham as best city after London to locate a business.
Yet the director ultimately makes of his own family the most eloquent riposte to the lies of the haters.
Intended as a riposte to the contemporary urban condition, the UIA conjured up a '50s B-movie nightmare vision of 'the people of the world trapped inside big introvert buildings, skyscrapers, supermarkets and cars unable to experience architecture anymore'.
Now as in the 1960s the book is a solid riposte to a new generation of arm-chair generals and journalistic historians who argue that SOE was at best irrelevant and at worst, harmful to the British war effort.
DISPARITIES AND DEFORMATIONS: OUR Grotesque"--the evocative title selected by Robert Storr for SITE Santa Fe's Fifth International Biennial--might at first glance suggest a curatorial riposte to the previous installment of the New Mexico institution's signature exhibition event, Dave Hickey's 2001 "Beau Monde: Toward a Redeemed Cosmopolitanism.