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  • A l'image de la petite flotte grecque écrasant la Perse permettant ainsi la naissance démocratie et philosophie…

    Archive 2009-04-10

  • Le président Français Nicolas S. annoncera le retour de la flotte de l'US Navy sur les côtes françaises.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • He was also général de la flotte, or commodore of their ships for the crossing, commander of the troops who sailed with him, chief judge and lawgiver for Quebec, and administrator of the colony.

    Champlain's Dream

  • C'est pas tres ragoutant mais en plus ct vraiment de la flotte.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • “Yesterday they devoured two British sailors from the flotte at Golfe Juan.”

    Tender is the Night

  • They dined off ansjos -- marinated sprats, torsk -- cod, served with boiled potatoes and red cabbage, beautifully cooked with apples and spices, and flotte vaffels, served with cloud berries

    Two Weeks To Remember

  • Cependant, I'acceptation facile de bateaux peu coteux, aux formes traditionelles, pourrait contribuer de facon significative au dveloppement conomique en raison de l'importance de la flotte de pche qui pourrait ainsi tre constitue.

    Chapter 13

  • Squadron 111, the first ever to be equipped with Hurricanes, got into a bitter battle when Luft - flotte 3 launched the biggest raid of the day, a bomber formation of one hundred and fifty strong escorted by a large number of fighters.

    The HurricaneStory

  • At eleven o'clock in the morning the first great raid of two hundred and twenty bombers of Luft - flotte 2 with supporting fighters developed out of the east.

    The HurricaneStory

  • The men of the French Army have named their red wine "pinard," just as they call water "la flotte," always, however, being careful to add that "la flotte" is excellent "for washing one's feet."

    The White Road to Verdun

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