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reduire en poussiere, briser, fouler aux pieds; opprimer katat --frapper, forger --briser, casser garas etre brise hatat briser, etre brise; effrayer, avoir peur raSas Pi.
7 Kept the game flowing but perhaps could have dismissed persistent fouler Valencia.
ON A WAR FOOTING Neil Warnock (inset) reckons that Robin van Persie is a serial fouler
Amid the cheers as the current swept his bloody corpse away, few would have argued with the poet Assonius when he wrote that "no fouler or more filthy monster ever filled the imperial throne of Rome".
I can't see the point of replacing the foul smell of cat pee with an even fouler smell.
And so it was that Rickaby, as he set down in his journal, 'stalked in a side door to where ten or twelve loafers, in all states of intoxication, were holding forth, drinking, spitting, singing foul songs, telling fouler stories, and giving character to the place generally.
Among all of the possible non-toxic alternatives, one of the most promising technologies is a non-stick foul-release coating, (4) which can prevent the adhesion of organisms by providing a low-friction, ultra-smooth surface that makes the attachment of a fouler very difficult and the detachment easy.
Two drug addicts with fouler mouths than Rooney probably wouldn't be most parents' ideal choice for role models.
Des moulins a farine, a carder, a fouler voisinent avec des carrieres, les activites touristiques se deploient lentement et les grandes revolutions liees aux communications font leur apparition: chemin de fer (sujet longuement presente au chapitre 13), telephone, electricife, dont les vrais artisans sont helas ignores.
Some of these are due to his habit of spitting up at least a third of whatever he has consumed, but the other cause is a bit fouler.
287); as they enter the mines Gandalf asserts that "[t]here are older and fouler things than Orcs in the deep places of the world" (II.