Mais elle l'a conduit a l'hopital psychiatrique, << une claque
>> enorme ou il a risque de se desintegrer eta vecu le desespoir.
Cathcart began drinking heavily in Australia where he permitted, perhaps even encouraged, his tavern acquaintances to organize a claque
at the theatre to applaud him at the Keans' expense.
Curran's complaint is more rhetorically focused by Scotland's Julie Claque
Yet it would be a mistake to characterize the crusade for greater executive power as merely an ideological obsession of an interior claque
of administration lawyers, revolving around the relentless and, by nearly every account, genuinely obsessive David Addington.
Perhaps even the claque
doesn't know for sure, but was willing to give its eminent speaker the benefit of the doubt merely on the grounds that the Republican party is in the Congressional majority.
But the problem with the claque
which surrounds Tony Blair - and it's not just Prescott - is that they become detached from reality.
The Canadian media in those years tended to act as a claque
for Ottawa's efforts at foreign policy assertiveness whatever the substantive outcome.
In the end, she finished just 49 seconds behind new champion, Jenny Claque
The trip, from March 31 to September 9, 1841, was an unsalaried exile imposed because Bourbonville had addressed the King of Denmark from the stage during a claque
Ally McCoist, listening beside him, supplied a one-man claque
So by the 1990s we had the Wojtyla-Ratzinger duo piously dictating a revisionist Vatican II to a body of near-traumatized bishops reduced to a papal claque
and demoralized senior bishops.
The Silent Witness claque
in the stands, faces painted in the black and green colours, began to go wild again.