from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of party.
- n. A part; a party.
- n. In music, same as partita.
- n. A game which requires more than one deal to decide it, such as piquet, in which there are six deals.
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At the table of Fauquier, he often formed the fourth in what he dubbed the partie quarrée, to which he owed the most instructive hours of this period of his life.
The interview is in three parts - parts 1 & 2 in English; partie 3 - en français.
And when any of them die, they haue a testimoniall with them in the Coffin, that when the soule commeth to heauen gates it may deliuer the same to Saint Peter, which declareth that the partie is a true and holy Russian.
The 'partie' being rebuilt once more, the whole was again reduced to ashes, "réduite en cendre par le feu de ciel en 1218, ainsi que tous les titres, les martyrologies, les calendriers, et les Archives de l'Evêché et du
Parce que Madagascar est aussi une partie de votre histoire, nous vous demandons solennellement de nous soutenir et nous aider à retrouver notre dignité de
The chefs de partie look around nervously, as if to say, Are you really going to make us worry about where our spoons are?
And all of the chefs de partie—Luis Arrufat, Andrés Conde, Aitor Zabala, Toni Moraga, Anthony Masas, Sergio Barroso, and Pablo Pavón—have also put in years at elBulli, sometimes exclusively.
The very best go, in fact, to the chefs de partie in the main kitchen.
As they sit this first day, Toni Moraga, one of the chefs de partie, notes their location on a map.
Ferran yells at the chefs de partie: “You have to look at the tickets!”
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