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  • Yes | No | Report from dean. marchand wrote 31 weeks 1 day ago

    Moose-Tag Heartache in Nova Scotia

  • (Click on the photo to enlarge ... and please excuse the marchand de sable or "sandman" in Sam The Man's eyes, but you'll allow him the excuse of complete exhaustion, won't you?!) crevé (e) (kruh-vay) adjective

    Braise The Dog

  • Captain Jean-Daniel Dumas, thirty-four, had had many successful assignments, as had the third captain, François-Marie le marchand de Lignery, fifty-two, a prosperous merchant and militia officer.4

    George Washington’s First War

  • Lignery, François-Marie le marchand de 1703–59, French marine officer, commanded Fort Duquesne as Forbes approached, 1758

    George Washington’s First War

  • Although the latter does not bear Joseph's stamp, it is firmly attributed to him due to the unique character of the ormolu mounts, as well as the presence of an 18th century trade label from the marchand mercier Francois-Charles Darnault, a dealer in luxury goods known to have been one of Joseph's intermediaries to the Crown and other princely clients.

    Beth Arnold: Letter From Paris: Art Market Buzz

  • Click on the photo to enlarge... and please excuse the marchand de sable or "sandman" in Sam The Man's eyes, but you'll allow him the excuse of complete exhaustion, won't you?

    Braise The Dog

  • A French newspaper mistook his brother for him and ran an article with the headline, Le marchand de la mort est mort, ‘The merchant of death is dead.’

    Richard Paul Evans Ebook Christmas Set

  • Elle est également présente dans les rapports au pouvoir, créant un mouvement pendulaire entre le tout marchand et le tout dirigiste.

    Archive 2009-04-10

  • Charles Meriel, a marchand teinturier in Paris, complained for several years about monies owed to him by the Crown for work he had undertaken on behalf of the Gobelins. 7 Weavers were fined for accepting unauthorized work outside of the atelier system, in which an entrepreneur was paid by the manufacture to purchase supplies, hire workers, apportion tasks, and oversee production of a set of tapestries.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • Note 56: Petition des marchand toiliers de Rouen contre les demandes des teinturiers pour utiliser une bleu à froid qui ils a inventé, et à qui n'entre ni guède ni pastel.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

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