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  • La T â che is a wine that is always showing tannins that usually have the character of liquorice.

    Searching for Perfection

  • I made my own vin de pêche from the leaves of peach trees, substituting rosé for the white wine, a few years ago and it came out beautifully.

    Rinquinquin. Chasing the blues away with a peach aperitif..

  • The French love bûche translates to "log" for Christmas.

    12/25/2007

  • La startup californiana ha pronta una soluzione white-label che offrirà a operatori o altri soggetti interessati ad offrire servizi voce ed SMS su iPod Touch.

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  • That's when Joseph Pitruzzelli of San Francisco stepped in and blessed us with Wurstküche, which is German for "sausage kitchen".

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • When the young are about seven weeks old, they join other chicks in a crèche, which is protected by a few adults.

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  • The crèche, which is located at the old TMC building opposite Talaopali near Gandhi Maidan, will be inaugurated shortly.

    The Times of India

  • Building projects elsewhere in Parliament, including the replacement of the lead roof of the main Commons building, are being cancelled or delayed to pay for the cost of the new crèche, which is likely to be housed in the modern Portcullis House building where many MPs have offices.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The nickname, "El Che," happened because of the fact that Argentineans like to use the word "che" a lot and being from Argentina, he too used the word in excess.

    Fidel Castro, My Life - Chapter 7: Che Guevara

  • According to the movie, two Chilean sisters recognized the duo as Argentineans because Argentineans always say "che".

    A piece of Mexico

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