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  • n. Plural form of ferme.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Et deuxièmement, du flou possible dans les dates, que je puisse indiquer si ce sont des dates "fermes" ou déplaçables -- ou encore si mon voyage est sûr ou bien en projet.

    Dopplr: More Fuzziness Wanted — Climb to the Stars

  • In those branches of administration which the king did not himself direct, such for instance as the "fermes" (the public domains throughout the country on which a revenue was levied), the clerks were to their superior what the clerks of a business-house are to their employer; they learned a science which would one day advance them to prosperity.

    Bureaucracy

  • La blogosphére marocaine est l'une des communautés les plus évolutives dans la région du Maghreb et a pu à plusieurs reprises afficher des positions fermes vis à vis de l'actualité nationale et internationale.

    Global Voices in English » Morocco: The Blogoma’s Journey Continues

  • Marseilles, one can still find a few of these fermes, * the owners ofwhich knew how to resist the land developers who do not know the pleasure of eating

    tourism

  • Note 25: Marie-Sybille de Vienne, "La Part des Chinois dans les fermes fiscales de Batavia au XVIIème siècle," Archipel 22 (1981): 105 – 32. back

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • "La Part des Chinois dans les fermes fiscales de Batavia au XVIIème siècle."

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • Marseilles, one can still find a few of these fermes,* the owners ofwhich knew how to resist the land developers who do not know the pleasure of eating a farm fresh egg.

    Traditions

  • Je voulais simplement te dire que nous travaillons chez Opossum actuellement sur une façon simplifiée de gérer les fermes de blogues avec WordPress.

    Notes From San Francisco — Climb to the Stars

  • Nous promettons de maintenir tous ces avantages et les lois fermes et inébranlables dans leur pleine force.

    Through Finland in Carts

  • The fermes-chapelles, of which mention is often made, are rural schools where, under the guidance of certain picked pupils, the young

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery

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