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  • En finale, elle a épelé correctement stromuhr, mot d'origine allemande qui désigne un instrument de mesure de la quantité de sang qui s'écoule par unité de temps dans un vaisseau sanguin.

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  • A chaque séjour, nous empruntons un nouveau vaisseau, un nouveau corps doté d'un Moi.

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  • Champlain wrote, “mon oncle…me commist la charge dudict vaisseau pour esgard à iceluy.”

    Champlain's Dream

  • They sailed on May 24, 1618, aboard a grand vaisseau of the Company of New France, a vessel commanded by Pont-Gravé, who was also responsible for the commercial part of the voyage.42

    Champlain's Dream

  • The vaisseau des indes, which the English called an East Indiaman, was another specialized type of large navire that developed in the early seventeenth century.

    Champlain's Dream

  • The vaisseau des Indes rarely appeared in North American waters, where voyages were shorter, capital was scarce, rivers and ports were shallow, security was less of a problem, and speed was more important than strength or endurance.

    Champlain's Dream

  • La porte du vaisseau s'est ouverte, et un petit être tout blanc, presque transparent, est apparu.

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  • Per Satie biographer James Harding: the piece opens with ‘Sur un vaisseau’ which, in its stylized representation of a ship pitching and tossing, adopts an ‘automatic’ rhythm.

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  • MATELOT, _m. _, homme servant à la manoeuvre d'un vaisseau.

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