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  • Le Social Media Marketing étant de plus en plus perçu comme la prochaine ruée vers l'or, Michael Stelzner vient de publier pour whitepapersource un excellent compte rendu de recherche sur l'utilisation de ce phenomène par les marketeurs.

    Social Media Marketing Industry Report March 09

  • La province la plus pauvre du Canada roule-t-elle sur l'or ?

    The revenge of the Newfies?

  • For those who like l'or* Ventimiglia has gold à gogo.

    une contrefaçon - French Word-A-Day

  • * References: Ricard = a brand of French pastis; l'or (m) = gold; à gogo = in abundance; un collier (m) = necklace; un boubou = a long robe worn in parts of Africa; chez nous = at our house; la joaillerie (f) = jewellery; illico = right away; en contrefaisant la faim = feigning hunger in Escapade | Permalink

    une contrefaçon - French Word-A-Day

  • * References: Ricard = a brand of French pastis; l'or (m) = gold; à gogo = in abundance; un collier (m) = necklace; un boubou = a long robe worn in parts of Africa; chez nous = at our house; la joaillerie (f) = jewellery; illico = right away; en contrefaisant la faim = feigning hunger

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Shop windows are gushing with bottles of Ricard* and Italian grappa, and for those who like l'or* Ventimiglia has gold à gogo.

    contrefaçon (Italy, Intro) - French Word-A-Day

  • *References: Ricard = a brand of French pastis; l'or (m) = gold; à gogo = in abundance; un collier (m) = necklace; un boubou = a long robe worn in parts of Africa; chez nous = at our house; la joaillerie (f) = jewellery; illico = right away; en contrefaisant la faim = feigning hunger in Escapade | Permalink

    une contrefaçon - French Word-A-Day

  • _ À l'époque où l'or était à 110_l. _ l'once, (p.  125) chaque maillon de cette chaine devait coûter 6_l. _, maintenant que l'or vaut 133_l.

    The Medallic History of the United States of America 1776-1876

  • Is it here perhaps, in Falk's "chests of gold," that we might find the source of some of those loans raised in London by the Due d'Orléans to finance the riots of the Revolution, so absurdly described as "l'or de Pitt"?

    Secret Societies And Subversive Movements

  • Leurs cheveux ` etaient noirs et ferr ` es avec de l'or et leurs robes d'une grande magnificence.

    The Countess Cathleen

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