Germinal


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Germinal

conflict of capital vs. labor: miners strike en masse. [Fr. Lit.: Germinal]
See: Riot

Germinal

portrays the sufferings of workers in the French mines. [Fr. Lit.: Zola Germinal]
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It is a benign mature teratoma showing components of all three germinal layers without any immature elements.
In Lawrence's letters, germinal motifs relate to endurance, survival, and resurgent creativity.
"Things are very different here from Haiti," said Germinal. "A lot of technology, a lot of devices, and many people here who are very good."
Germinal Garcia, who has 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry, has been appointed as general manager.
In 1884-85, naturalist author Emile Zola wrote Germinal, his novel about a coal miners' strike in northern France in the 1860s.
In1987 he was back in Belguim and played for Beerschot and Germinal Ekeren.
Il est "petit, les membres greles, avec des articulations enormes, grossies par des scrofules "(Germinal 63).
But one set of passionate supporters from his former club, Germinal Beerschot, go the extra mile to cheer on their favourite player.