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bouleversements

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  • n. Plural form of bouleversement.

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Examples

  • A coup sûr cela va entraîner de profonds bouleversements dans l'industrie du livre, dans les métiers liés au livre, dans l'écriture, dans la lecture, etc.

    Entretiens / Interviews / Entrevistas

  • And there were _bouleversements, _ and hoarse confidences to the sea of every degree of misery.

    Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands, Volume 2

  • _bouleversements_, which have at intervals convulsed our globe, this gradual revolution has produced, and will produce again, a total alteration in the face of nature.

    A Ramble of Six Thousand Miles through the United States of America

  • Si ces structures traditionnelles ont survécu à la colonisation et à tous les bouleversements économiques, politiques et sociales, c’est parce que les populations connaissent le mécanisme par lesquels ces dirigeants traditionnels sont choisis, savent comment influencer ce processus et connaissent les options qui leurs sont offertes pour les conseiller, les sanctionner, ou les destituer lorsqu’ils n’agissent plus dans l’intérêt des populations.

    Le BENIN �� l'��re du "CHANGEMENT" et apr��s?

  • And as to the movements of bodies acted on by forces so strange and fluctuating, we can have little other idea except that it is a sequence or succession of bouleversements, the virtual periodic overthrowing by each sun of the independence of the system established by the other, which again is to recover itself in so far during the years leading to their elongation.”

    Theism: The Witness of Reason and Nature to an All-Wise and Beneficent Creator.

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