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stade

  1. a stage in the development of an organism, such as an instar in insects.
  2. the interval between glaciations.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005
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Gere par l'agence sportive gouvernementale Sports Kenya, le stade de Nyayo a ete ferme pour refection deux ans auparavant, tandis que le MISC n'est pas disponible.
Scotland's group games are as follows: June 9 v England, Stade de Nice.
Ces jugements de la Federation sont severes notamment pour le Mouloudia appele [beaucoup moins que]urgemment[beaucoup plus grand que] a s'acquitter de la part du Lion des frais des dommages causes au Stade d'Honneur, apres evaluation et determination de la direction du Stade.
Jules Plisson kicked Stade into an early lead but Warriors regrouped.
Mohamed Hattab le ministre de la jeunesse et des sports en visite dans la wilaya de Tizi Ouzou a indique ce jeudi que son departement est sur le point de finaliser un grand projet pour endiguer le phenomene de violence dans les stades.
From kindergarten through retirement, Stade has spent 52 of her 57 years in the classrooms of Elgin Area School District U-46 schools.
Stade casts his eye over taking a midlife gap year and considers the differences between young and middle-aged use of social-media platforms in a show that is "not for the prudish", wherein misanthropic Tom swears a lot but is also free flowing, warm and cannily observational.
The two seasoned European campaigners have never met before, and the Saints don't know which Stade side they will face - the one who performed so meekly on the road in domestic competition or the one who battled to victory in the European Challenge Cup earlier this month.
GLOUCESTER...........17 STADE FRANCAIS...25 STADE FRANCAIS lifted their European curse by claiming the Challenge Cup at Murrayfield last night thanks to a storming comeback.
Stade Stade He said: "We know about the quarter-final in the World Cup in '58, so since then it's obviously the biggest game in Welsh football for sure.
STADE Francais have postoned their Champions Cup clash with Munster this weekend in the wake of the Paris atrocities.