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  • n. Plural form of Canadienne.

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Examples

  • Qu'ils sachent que les Canadiennes et les Canadiens sont avec eux en pensée et leur expriment leurs plus sincères condoléances.

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  • Anyway, remember that the folks in BC and Alberta are irritated with the obstinate obnoxious French-speaking Canadiennes as much as we are here in the US. I think you'd find that a trip to either BC or Alberta to be very worthwhile, and the people there extremely pleasant and welcoming ...

    Have Gun, Will Travel in Canada, Eh?

  • The jet also displays the Canadian Forces' signature, "Canadian Forces¦Forces Canadiennes."

    Canada's first C-17 delivered

  • It is the dream of all those youngsters from St. John's to Victoria who toil endlessly in the rinks and on their ponds and in the arenas across this country because they want to play for the Leafs or they want to play for the Flames or they want to play for the Oilers or the Senators or the Canucks or the Canadiennes.

    The Plight of Canadian Small Market Hockey Teams

  • Thus the fair and loyal Canadiennes are responsible for the loss of many and many a gallant officer to her majesty's service.

    The Lady of the Ice A Novel

  • Boréales, and Les Oiseaux de Neige, Poésies Canadiennes ", a work crowned by the French Academy, 1879;" La Légende d'un Peuple —

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Soirees Canadiennes (Quebec, 1863); Canada-Francais (Quebec, 1888);

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • The original French manuscript is preserved at St. Francis mission, Pierreville, Canada, and was published in the "Soirées Canadiennes" of 1864.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • We Canadiennes yield nothing in devotion to the women of New York.

    The Reckoning

  • Chansons Canadiennes; but even that had dropped away, except at rare intervals, when he would sing Le Petit Roger Bontemps, with Petite Fleur de Bois, and a dozen others; but most he would sing -- indeed there was never a sing-song in the Manor Cartier but he would burst forth with A la

    The Money Master, Volume 2.

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