Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of vielle.

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Examples

  • Dans certain villages et districts, les populations ont vote sassou nguesso suite aux intimidations. mon frere Jean Ibinga dans le district de Nyanga a reçu 1.000.000 Cfa de la part de membre de RMP pour convaincre aux vielles personne d'aller vote moyenant une somme de 2500 cfa.

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  • I loved helping her feed those rabbits because their cage was right in front of an area of the 'cour' where young soldiers had etched their dog tag id numbers on the wall, permanent reminders written in the 'vielles pierres' of friends and saviors who had once visited Marie's farm.

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  • In the first half of the program, soprano Phoebe Jevtovic Aleander was accompanied by Shira Kammen and Susan Feldman on vielles for a number of 14th and 15th century French songs.

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  • Devant les entrées, des vielles dames vendent des décorations de fleurs porte-bonheur.

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  • I loved helping her feed those rabbits because their cage was right in front of an area of the 'cour' where young soldiers had etched their dog tag id numbers on the wall, permanent reminders written in the 'vielles pierres'

    petite amie - French Word-A-Day

  • The little band of musicians playing vielles and hautboys in one corner of the room suddenly sounded very loud.

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  • Four musicians in a distant corner sawed away energetically at vielles of different sizes held between their knees, while two others blew on hautboys.

    The Saracen: Land of the Infidel

  • A band of musicians blew on hautboys and clarions, sawed at vielles, stroked harps, and thumped on drums.

    The Saracen: Land of the Infidel

  • Le coeur se sature d'amour comme d'un sel divin qui le conserve; de la l'incorruptible adherence de ceux qui se sont aimes des l'aube de la vie, et la fraicheur des vielles amours prolonges.

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  • Suisse, malgré leur proximité, n'ont pas réagi sur les peuples de l'Europe latine, comme ce reflet de formes de gouvernemens entièrement democratiques qui, loin de tout ennemi extérieur, favorisés par une tendance uniforme et constante de souvenirs et de vielles moeurs, ont pris dans un calme longtemps prolongé, des développemens inconnus aux temps modernes.

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