Refection


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REFECTION, civil law. Reparation, reestablishment of a building. Dig. 19, 1, 6, 1.

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Lorsque la CAF, l'organe dirigeant du football africain, choisit le Kenya pour accueillir la CAN 2019, le gouvernement s'etait rapidement lance dans la refection du stade national de Nyayo.
He apologised "unreservedly" for the comment in a podcast last month, adding it was "no refection on how I truly feel".
Le stade du 5-Juillet fermera ses portes a partir du 24 de ce mois, pour des travaux de refection de la pelouse qui s'est nettement deterioree ces derniers temps.
The breakfast show we have today is a sad refection to what we had just a matter of months ago, I now listen to the LBC breakfast show, I wonder how many more listeners have moved away from BBC Coventry and Warwickshire.
Part one focuses on the mother's life and offers self refection tools and encourages the reader to really define her priorities.
This is a damning refection on the Labour party locally and nationally.
Les projets adoptes concernent l'approvisionnement en eau potable et electricite les douars relevant des communes rurales cibles a Sefrou et les cercles d'Immouzer Kander et d' Al Manzel, outre l'amenagement et la refection de certaines routes et pistes inaccessibles.
Stories in Mental Health: Refection, Inquiry, Action features 27 video and audio interviews with a range of consumers, carers and clinicians who give a consumer voice to mental health care.