Terrien

Ter·ri·en

(ter-ē-en'),
Felix, French ophthalmologist, 1872-1940. See: Terrien valve, Terrien marginal degeneration.
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Jusqu'aux annees 1970, cette source reputee pour ses qualites, aujourd'hui captee et exploitee commercialement, approvisionnait les habitants, qui prenaient d'assaut la dizaine de robinets installees par un proprietaire terrien.
Kelly Terrien likes to say that no challenge is insurmountable, and her journey from subcontractor to a company with 300 employees and nearly $30 million in revenue validates that belief.
Titled 'Tout a la Francaise,' it was an evening with chef Patrick Terrien, preparing dishes right in front of us.
Winemaker Michael Terrien is a partner with the Molnar family in producing wines from the Obsidian Ridge Vineyard in Lake County.
Mark Terrien, EMC marketing engineer at Keysight Technologies, provided additional insight.
Five categories emerge (Terrien, Durand, Maltese, & Veran, 2014).
Nous ne sommes plus face a un amour [beaucoup moins que] terrien [beaucoup plus grand que], humain, mais un amour soufis qui aspire a la fusion du mortel avec l'immortel, a la dissolution de l'amant dans l'aimee et vice-versa.