from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as palmar, 2.
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To the greats like Jan Janssen or Hennie Kuiper, Paris-Roubaix or de Ronde are just one palmare in a blizzard of international wins and colorful jerseys.
Edvald won his first grand tour palmare, stage 7 of this year's Giro d'Italia.
Porphyry, in his ~Kata Christianôn logoi~, had pointed with an air of triumph to the seeming discrepancies in the Evangelic records as an argument subversive of their claim to paramount authority ( "Hoc enim solent quasi palmare suæ vanitatis objicere, quod ipsi Evangelistæ inter seipsos dissentiant."
Id palmare putant, li quando Barbara CLIDMUX (dj Prirfentem Secli retulit, quem vivimus, Annunij: