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  • What: Dandelion greens, bulbs of garlic on the stalk, a whisk, the word "cochon" pig in French and a boar's head on a platter tattoo that will become a full sleeve with Wilton's favourite fresh herbs and vegetables.

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  • Indeed, in Quebec, to call a person cochon is to charge him with indecency.

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  • “He’s behaved like a perfect peeg!” she said gruffly, pronouncing the word cochon as though she referred to Joan of Arc’s contemporary, Bishop Cauchon.

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  • Perhaps the word "cochon" pig is thrown around freely at the school in question.

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  • The same weekend, started by boarding a two hour plane ride, spent eating new food in new places, away from worries and hassles, spent with a friend you've known since neither of you could even pronounce the word 'cochon' is a completely different story.

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  • The same weekend, started by boarding a two hour plane ride, spent eating new food in new places, away from worries and hassles, spent with a friend you've known since neither of you could even pronounce the word 'cochon' is a completely different story.

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  • Our team trailed 8 to 9 when inadvertently one of their boules moved the cochon so that we now had the three closest boules.

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  • At times the up to 16 very‐similar looking boules arrayed around the cochon seemed overwhelming, but in this social game teammates give advice on strategy and aiming.

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  • = Are you still sleeping? un cochon, une cochonne = pig

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  • Our team was Tim and Noel (both "point," trying to roll close to the cochon), and Jean and Gary (both "tir").

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