sauterelle


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sauterelle

[‚sȯd·ə′rel]
(engineering)
A device used by masons for tracing and forming angles.
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Il a loue les efforts deployes pour conjurer les dangers de la sauterelle par l'accord signe entre les deux pays pour lutter contre le criquet desert.
De l'homme-scorpion mesopotamien a la sauterelle apocalyptique.
Cashmans: 1-4 Iktitaf, 3 Davenport Democrat, 66 Sauterelle, 200 Barrshan.
50: JAMIE'S BOY (M F Mooney, 20-1) 1' Sea To Sky (12-1) 2' Pacolet (20-1) 3' Sauterelle (16-1) 4' Saipan 4-1f.
Lorsqu'il atterrit subrepticement dans la nuit, il a la forme d'un insecte, un genre de phasme ou de grosse sauterelle.
The French sauterelle, 'grasshopper', variously designates a thin woman, an incompetent one (jumping around to little purpose?
Etude sur la sauterelle migratrice Nomadacris septemfasciata Serv.
The children love to play football in the field behind our school, but the grass had grown very quickly after the rain," said Antoine Sauterelle, La Briquetterie Government School headmaster.
Tom Mullins, trainer of Sauterelle "Robert Power said she was making a noise at Tipperary so she wears a tongue tie and, hopefully, this will solve that.
A l'ayahuasca jaune (panshin oni), sont associes des esprits-maitres animaux comme le boa, la sauterelle et l'oiseau chicua.
David Casey returned to action following his enforced absence since Easter to finish fourth on Good To Be King in the two-mile maiden hurdle behind the Tom Mullins-trained winner Sauterelle, who led after the fourth and made the best of her way home under Robert Power.
Enda Kelly, who enjoyed his first training success with Sauterelle at Clonmel last Thursday, turned the filly out again for another claimer and she duly obliged under Pat Cosgrave but not without a battle.