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  • The NCO who stands a the rear the unit was called a serre-file, one of those French terms that caught on elsewhere.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Pour encourager les autres”

  • The protective pupa shown here ( "la serre" is French for

    Blah, Blah! Technology

  • The protective pupa shown here (“la serre” is French for “greenhouse”) transforms more motive motives into regenerative ones, à la auto glass gone wild, nailed to firewood beams and each other and slated for a greenhouse roof.

    Kevin Gardner | Inhabitat

  • The protective pupa shown here “la serre” is French for “greenhouse” transforms more motive motives into regenerative ones, à la auto glass gone wild, nailed to firewood beams and each other and slated for a greenhouse roof.

    Recycled Windshield Greenhouse Grows More Glass | Inhabitat

  • When I lived in a French dorm, I was randomly selected as serre-file for my floor.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Pour encourager les autres”

  • The French 51e de Ligne advances in colonne serre formation column of open companies or grand divisions with some Baden Jagers screening their front.

    BAR Napoleon Playtest

  • Some of the older Dave Alsop sculpted Old Glory limited edition French, painted as legere unit, seen operating in a colonne serre formation.

    BAR Napoleon Playtest

  • These front-rank men would seem to correspond to our “troop guides,” and the rear-rank men to our serre-files to some extent.

    The Cavalry General

  • “Laws,” 760 D. = our “officer serre-file,” to some extent.

    The Cavalry General

  • Pis maintenant les climats sont tous perturbés a cause de l'effet de serre!!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

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