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  • BENEZET, L. and PEYRON, L. (1967) Sur un hydrocarbure squelette non terpnique isol partir de

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  • For half a day at a time you lie on your bed, feeling like the jeune squelette in Baudelaire’s poem.

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  • Les Paskagoulas et les Billoxis n'entèrent point leur Chef, lorsqu'il est décédé; mais-ils font sécher son cadavre au feu et à la fumée de façon qu'ils en font un vrai squelette.

    A Further Contribution to the Study of the Mortuary Customs of the North American Indians

  • Marie Madeleine Guimard, exquisitely graceful and fascinating, but of such slender proportions that she obtained the surname of "_le squelette des Grâces_," while witty but malicious, perhaps jealous, Sophie Arnould described her as "the spider;"

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  • In 2009, highlights included squelette (an abandoned, incomplete high-rise; or any building that is a ruin because it was never completed) and agnotology (the study of culturally constructed ignorance).

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  • Mirrored golden squelette hour and minute hands and a thin black central seconds hand mark the time.

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  • Tie-shaped squelette metal hour and minute hands with superlite white highlights and a silver chrono seconds hand mark the time.

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  • Silver squelette hour and minute hands with white superlite highlights and the central chrono seconds hand mark the time.

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  • Slim oval squelette metal hour and minute hands and an elegant black central seconds hand with a white superlite highlight mark the time.

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  • Polished metal squelette hour and minute hands with superlite white highlights and a yellow chrono seconds hand mark the time. finds the world's most famous gentleman spy up against a billionaire French villain by the name of Sir Hugo Drax, whose company manufactures space shuttles.

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  • Ruins of the Present: 'Another version is the abandoned, incomplete high-rise. Commonly a steel and cement framework is erected (because that’s pretty easy), and then there’s some legal or economic brouhaha and the builders just down tools and walk off. In Brazil a skeleton framework of this kind is called a “squelette.�?'

    June 25, 2009