Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of beck.
- n. A beak; in music, a mouthpiece for a musical instrument.
“The liquor board in the province of Québec is called the SAQ (Société des alcools du Québec, I believe) and they sell lots of artisanal wine so you guys should try approaching them.”
“The Cathedral Basilica of Notre-Dame-de-Québec is located on the site of the first chapel built by Samuel de Champlain in 1633.”
“As you can see, hydroelectric development in Québec is still strong, with some very solid projects.”
“We spend about $100 million a year in this field in areas like digital technology for the transmission grid -- where Hydro-Québec is fully committed to remaining a world leader.”
“You know, being the CEO of Hydro-Québec in Québec is like coaching the Montréal Canadiens; it's not a job you do for the money.”
“Hydro-Québec is doing its part; we're investing over $1 billion in this area up to 2010.”
“New Strategy for Procurement and the Supply Chain (Part 4): Jason Busch said: Short answer: bad for competition (and pricing) short-term, good longer-term bec ...”
“:) A bit strange to be calling a little girl “mon têtard” in French;) Besides, calling someone a “têtard” in Québec is not a term of endearment, but an insult (it’s like calling him a sucker).”
“The most likely candidate to take over: CWCapital, an arm of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, which is representing a group of lenders with the top claim to the property.”
“MohammedY: #IslamOnline management in Qatar have been evading Al-Qaradawi's calls bec he wanted to take sides with employees (through Fathi at IOL)”
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favorite words. some are made up injokes between me and my husband or family.
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