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Larousse

Pierre Athanase . 1817--75, French grammarian, lexicographer, and encyclopedist. He edited and helped to compile the Grand Dictionnaire universel du XIX si?cle (1866--76)
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Quels sont les mots importes de l'Afrique qu'on retrouvera dans le Robert sorti le 16 mai et le Petit Robert qui sortira le 28 juin prochainou encore le Petit Larousse, le 23 mai?
In 2014, Larousse won the First Prize at the V Concurso Internacional de la Guitarra de Sevilla.
Larousse--Grand dictionnaire de la Psychologie, 1999, Editura Larousse, Paris;
Diccionario Practico Francais / Espanol Espanol--Frances Ediciones Larousse. Primera edicion.
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Le Nouveau Petit Larousse vient donner sa definition pour chaque conception:
The first cookbook I read was Le Larousse du Chocolat (Larousse) when I was 17 years old.
The ' French onion soup' ( don't ask for it in France!) had to be on Nostalgia's menu, and it is made just the way Larousse Gastronomique says it used to be in the heyday of the bistros of les Halles and Montmarte, and the Coq au Vin ( chicken in red wine sauce, served with bacon, mushroom and Parisian potatoes) is just what you'd get at a Burgundy wine estate- owner's home.
They must certainly use only a small dictionary, because in the Grand Larousse one reads, I: In the French-English section Pavillon: (Anatomie des trompes uterines); Pavilion (d'un instrument de musique): bell.
"Although its description is not immediately appealing, haggis has an excellent nutty texture and delicious savory flavor," said Larousse Gastronomique, the French bible on food.