appelation

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22) The link between Floichot, the manuscript owner, and the legal profession is made explicit in the appelation "clerk and royal notary [clerc et notaire real].
The now famous estate, some 80km north of Cape Town, was originally known by its French appelation 'Bellinchamp' (pretty fields).
There is some evidence that Yusuf's family actually came from the large Jewish community in the Hejaz; and that Nazareth did not exist in Pontius Pilate's day but was a later naming to explain why JC was called a Nazarene or Nazarite, which was actually the appelation of a sub-sect of the Jewish Essene sect.
L'Aid al-Adha (son appelation arabe) marque chaque annee la fin du hajj.
The products are made with Appelation d'Origine Protegee butter, creme fraiche and Camembert, and French-grown funghi.
At home in the South of France, Queiresha, an Algerian, has helped her and her husband Michel revitalise their once dilapidated old farm into a vital, productive olive producing unit once more, even gaining the highly prized Appelation Controlee for the quality of the oil pressed from their dupes (olives).
Depaz Amber Rum is aged in oak for 12 to 18 months and has earned an Appelation d'Origine Controlee (AOC) designation.
He described the 2004 as an Appelation of Origin wine.
On Mount Everest this is known as the "death zone," (5) an appelation that reflects the high potential for a cascade of catastrophic events associated with HAI.
On September 18, another first: Carmel Winery's Appelation Carignan Old Vines 2004 makes its debut in America.
Indeed, while Rome eventually achieved the best-balanced form of government in the ancient world and deserved the appelation of republic, she shared with most other ancient popular states the fatal deficiency of allowing the masses to assemble and deliberate directly.
Jam sessions and acoustic instrument workshops will be held throughout the weekend,alongside children's events,Irish and Appelation dance displays.