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  • n. Plural form of fess.


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  • It might be worth pointing out to Tadpole that montrant ses fesses is not an adult thing to do; that big girls and mummies are never seen to do it in public.


  • Oh! (Some expressions were hard to translate (ie) the line 'pour ses fesses aka' for his ass 'really means "for his ego", but I left it as the literal translation (for his ass) because it was funny.

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  • While we all have them, "fesses" is a uniquely French word, claims the documentary. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • The docu, which will broadcast tomorrow on the Franco-German channel Arte, claims "fesses" is a uniquely French word.

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  • Amazing after other stories the ME fesses up "from a kick or knee-drop, state medical examiner Dr. Karen Gunson said."

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  • She is simply soul-shattering as the battered mob daughter Kristina, who finally 'fesses up to her parents about the hell she's living through.

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  • If she fesses up, remind her that employers will not forgive lies on a résumé, especially when the falsehoods can be checked.

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  • A minute later, he fesses up: Delicious Lawn Gnomes.

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  • The story eventually fesses up that Casey's current firm, J.P. Morgan, lacks such a near-monopolistic share; in fact, we're told Bank of America has edged it out of the top spot on the global high-yield league tables.

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  • If there is a sudden large uptick in the amount of shredded material, they should go in there and start arresting people — secretaries, professors, administrative clerks, office managers, whatever — until somebody fesses up to obstruction or names names.

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