pigeonnier


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A structure that houses doves or pigeons; often square, hexagonal, octagonal, or round in plan and one-and-a-half or two stories high; typically topped with a finial; once popular because the birds provided a tasty source of fresh meat. The interior is honeycombed with niches in which the birds may rest. Also called a pigeon house or pigeonnier.
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The notice involves a public contract Subject: AMENAGEMENT of the ASSOCIATIONS %HOUSE and a PIGEONNIER Buyer%s reference: 18_0133PA_T_02 Type of contract: Travaux Procedure: Adapted procedure NUTS code: FRI11 Description: Start date of the works: November 2018 Market form : Service divided into lots: yes Possibility to submit an offer for
Contractor address : 20 chemin du Pigeonnier de la Cpire
Contractor address : Agence Midi Pyrnes, 1 chemin du Pigeonnier de la Cpire
Contract notice: This Contract Relates To The Servicing And Maintenance Of Pigeon Installed In The Square Lon Bourgeois.Les Benefits Include, Among Others, Removal Of Food And Water, Management Of Eggs, And The Care Sick Pigeons, And Cleaning The Pigeonnier.Les Seeds And Water, Cleaning Materials, Disinfectants And Other Supplies Necessary For The Realization Of Benefits Will Be Provided By The Holder
Pour reprendre l'analogie du dictionnaire de la secretaire Kitteridge, rappelons que les editeurs de l'Oxford English Dictionary se servent de pigeonniers dans leurs bureaux pour y classer les suggestions de leurs collaborateurs.