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defile

verb A poetic (i.e., nonmedical) term meaning to rape, especially a virgin.
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Apres son discours a la Nation, le President ivoirien, Alassane Ouattara, a conduit lui-meme le defile.Les festivites ont commence ce mercredi 7 aout a 10h GMT.
Do you not realize that everything that goes into a person from outside cannot defile, since it enters not the heart but the stomach and passes out into the latrine?" (Thus he declared all foods clean.) "But what comes out of a person, that is what defiles.
[beaucoup moins que]Apres s'etre offert le Palais de Blenheim, en Angleterre (2016), le desert de Calabasas, en Californie (2017) et les maneges de Chantilly (2018) en France, la maison Dior a opte pour une destination plus ensoleillee pour l'organisation de son prochain defile croisiere[beaucoup plus grand que], rapportent des medias francais.
The 5th Battalion held the attack, now had been closed at Chirikot-Degear Defile and for all reasons to be fierce.
Voyons a present l'aquarelle peinte par Lagace pour le char 25 du defile de 1927, intitule Quatre siecles d'histoire (1497-1927).
Voyons a present !'aquarelle peinte par Lagace pour le char 25 du defile de 1927, intitule Quatre siecles d'histoire (1497-1927).
The statement said that this crime reaffirms that terrorism has only one goal and the method of terrorist groups, regardless of their forms, seeks to defile human values.
The act is similar to acts carried out in pogroms by anti-Semites who sought to defile the Torah, he explained.
There will be several defiles, including defile in national costumes, in tuxedo and in lingerie, he said.
Pres de 66.000 manifestants ont defile dans les rues de la ville pour protester contre l'organisation de la Coupe du monde de football 2014 par le Bresil, consideree comme un gaspillage de l'argent public quand la qualite des services publics laisse encore a desirer.
THE DARK DEFILE: BRITAIN'S CATASTROPHIC INVASION OF AFGHANISTAN, 1838-1842 tells of an event that took place nearly 200 years ago, when Britain sent a powerful army into Afghanistan to protect its national interests-and destroyed the country.