French (French: français(e)) may refer to: Something of, from, or related to France. French language, which originated in France, and its various dialects and accents; French people, a nation and ethnic group identified with France; French cuisine, cooking traditions and practices; Arts and media. The French (band), a British rock band
PA2 (French: Porte-Avions 2, "Aircraft Carrier 2") was a planned aircraft carrier under development by Thales Naval France and DCNS for the French Navy. The design was based on the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers developed for the Royal Navy. The project was cancelled in the 2013 French White Paper on Defence and National Security.
This marked Federer's first loss prior to the quarterfinals at the French Open since 2004. Nadal and Djokovic were in contention for the world No. 1 ranking. Nadal retained the top position by defeating Djokovic in the final. This was the sixth time the duo met at the French Open, with Nadal claiming all six wins thus far.
The French scale, French gauge or Charrière system is commonly used to measure the size of a catheter. It is most often abbreviated as Fr, but can often be seen abbreviated as Fg, FR or F. It may also be abbreviated as CH or Ch (for Charrière, its inventor). However, simply gauge, G or GA generally refers to Birmingham gauge.
In asset pricing and portfolio management the Fama–French three-factor model is a statistical model designed in 1992 by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French to describe stock returns. Fama and French were colleagues at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business , where Fama still works.
Accueil paysan, une association française constituée de paysans et d'acteurs ruraux qui pratiquent l'accueil en chambre d'hôtes, en gîte, en camping à la ferme, etc. Accueil périscolaire , en France , un service proposé aux familles en lien à l'école, et qui a pour but notamment l'aide aux devoirs, ou la garderie des enfants dont les ...
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