Jupe


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Jupe

a clown in Sleary’s circus. [Br. Lit.: Hard Times]
See: Clowns
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An imaginative teacher, an anti-Mr Gradgrind, could have turned the lesson on a sixpence by allowing Cissy Jupe to open out the meaning of horses beyond their otherwise interesting feature of being graminivorous quadrupeds.
Tu as vu cette petite jupe verte que j'ai achetee a Londres?
Like Miss Jupe, we must question whether the loss of even a handful of talented young bilingual teachers to an inappropriate test is justified.
Jupe presented at the meeting a validation study in which he compared the risk-prediction performances of OncoVue and the Gail model in 400 women who developed breast cancer and 393 age-matched controls who did not.
From the reader's perspective, 'The Emperor's New Clothes' has pointed from the outset to the inevitability of Renee's downfall: 'le regard s'attendait toujours a voir peu a peu le corsage et les jupes glisser' (p.
Contrast this with the same sentence spoken by a different NS as shown in Example 7 where the focused item is the noun jupe "skirt" rather than rouge "red" which conveys the idea that it was a red skirt and not any other article of clothing.
Richmond Towers chief executive Roger Jupe said: "We have a multitude of plans in hand and will be launching a Summer Avocado Diet.
1) French words Female version Male version camion camion kamiu television television tilifiziun jupe jupe jjippa mecanicien mecanicien lmikanisian autoroute autoroute lotorot village village lfilaj biere biere lbira
A Sea Wolf multiplier reel goes to Paul Jupe, 34, from Parkstone, Dorset, for his 2lb 3oz Swanage red mullet.
During the typical lesson dramatized in the first few pages, this matter-of-fact configuration is contrasted with the frivolous circus ring mentioned by Sissy Jupe and against which Gradgrind pronounces an anathema.
Louisa Gradgrind (Jacqueline Tong), heiress to the local lord of the manor, takes pity on poor Sissy Jupe (Michelle Dibnah), a circus girl abandoned by her father.
Louisa Bounderby is fixated upon the pure and vulnerable Sissy Jupe throughout Hard Times, as Miss Havisham is upon Estella in Great Expectations.