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  • noun Plural form of noir.

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Examples

  • 2 Comments: reservatrol in red wine from cold climate grapes, especially pinot noirs from the pacific northwest, has some lab data backing it as a potential medication against ordinary flu.

    Medpundit

  • Certainly, things are more graphic and there's far more obscene language, violence and sex than in the old noirs, which is to be expected, I guess.

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  • The remaining 87 percent, slaves, called noirs “blacks” were poor, uneducated, and downtrodden.

    Angels of a Lower Flight

  • The remaining 87 percent, slaves, called noirs “blacks” were poor, uneducated, and downtrodden.

    Angels of a Lower Flight

  • The remaining 87 percent, slaves, called noirs “blacks” were poor, uneducated, and downtrodden.

    Angels of a Lower Flight

  • Certainly, things are more graphic and there's far more obscene language, violence and sex than in the old noirs, which is to be expected, I guess.

    Why I'm voting for Kevin Smith for President

  • They were mostly 'noirs' and crime dramas with American stars (such as Brent, Barbara Payton, etc) who were on the skids, directed by Hammer stalwarts like Fisher (a criminally underrated director).

    The Art of Cinema #244

  • France's mystery industry was similarly calcified in the early 1970s, when Manchette's lean, spare romans noirs first appeared.

    A Killer Vision of a Corrupt Society

  • We spent a good part of the month not trekking through the chilly rain to see whatever else was in the theatres, but instead stayed home and watched film noirs and some classic 70s cinema.

    Miscellaneous Debris, October Edition « Screaming Blue Reviews

  • These were actually the first Baco noirs I had ever tasted and after the tasting I'm still not sure that I quite know what to expect from the hybrid variety.

    Hudson Valley Wine

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