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  • Apres une carriere professionele de plus de 30 ans dans le monde des multinationales et toujours en quete de sense, j'ai bascule ma vie pour explorer les reponses possibles a la question: Qui suis-je?

    Archive 2008-10-14

  • Bonne journee pour le Pinku parce que ce matin il a ENFIN recu son double DVD de ZERO le concert anniversaire de Plastic Tree pour leur 10 ans de carriere (en major du moins parce que plastic tree a 15 ans en realité)!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Well it was that, acting as fully as Napoleon did on “la carriere ouverte aux talens,” she had raised to the highest posts in her councils, her army, and her navy, men of business, who had not been ashamed to buy and sell as merchants and adventurers.

    Westward Ho!

  • Vous symbolisez, tant dans votre carriere que dans vos convictions, l'unite nationale qui represente pour nous au Canada un patrimoine precieux.

    Bilingualism: A Prescription for National Unity

  • Lorsqu'un homme entre dans la carriere des Arts, n'ayant pour guide et pour

    John Adams diary 39, 1 January - 2 May 1783

  • Colonel Kane has got the start of him since he went dans la carriere politique, mais le bon Colonel est un peu plus intriguant que son camarade; celui-ci est certainement un charactere bien sauvage, un melange d'irlandois et de Creol, et avec tout cela, un fort honnete garcon ....

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • An ambassador, of course, was different, and was sometimes taken quite outside the carriere.

    My First Years As A Frenchwoman, 1876-1879

  • His friend Colonel Kane has got the start of him since he went dans la carriere politique, mais le bon Colonel est un peu plus intriguant que son camarade; celui-ci est certainement un charactere bien sauvage, un melange d'irlandois et de Creol, et avec tout cela, un fort honnete garcon ....

    George Selwyn His Letters and His Life

  • You must expect a pause for some time in your political carriere, and you must in that interval practise a great economy, which will do you infinite credit, and then, upon a new turn of affairs you will be called with more lustre into a better situation.

    George Selwyn His Letters and His Life

  • He meant: "II y a de tres belles pages dans sa carriere militaire."

    Over There War Scenes on the Western Front

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