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  1. En art, l'accueil fait référence à la manière dont une œuvre a été acceptée lors de sa sortie par le public et les critiques. Voir aussi. Accueil collectif de mineurs, en langage administratif français, un camp de vacances pour jeunes; Accueil et traitement des urgences, en langage administratif français, le service d'urgence médicale

  2. › wiki › FrenchFrench - Wikipedia

    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

  3. The French and Indian Wars were a series of conflicts that occurred in North America between 1688 and 1763, some of which indirectly were related to the European dynastic wars. The title French and Indian War in the singular is used in the United States specifically for the warfare of 1754–63, which composed the North American theatre of the ...

  4. Dionysos is a French pop band formed in 1993 in Valence, Drôme; they formed at their lycée. They perform songs in both French and English, and have released six studio albums. They are well known in France for their surrealism and eccentricity. Their first album, Happening Songs, was self-produced and with entirely English lyrics.

  5. Mastering the Art of French Cooking is a two-volume French cookbook written by Simone Beck and Louisette Bertholle, both from France, and Julia Child, who was from the United States. The book was written for the American market and published by Knopf in 1961 (Volume 1) and 1970 (Volume 2).

  6. Anglo-French War (1193–1199) – conflict between King Richard the Lionheart and King Philip Augustus; Anglo-French War (1202–1204) – French invasion of Normandy; Anglo-French War (1213–14) – conflict between King Philip Augustus and King John of England; Anglo-French War (1215–1217) – the French intervention in the First Barons War

  7. › wiki › French_drainFrench drain - Wikipedia

    A French drain (also called a weeping tile,trench drain, filter drain, blind drain, rubble drain, rock drain, drain tile, perimeter drain, land drain, French ditch, sub-surface drain, sub-soil drain, or agricultural drain) is a trench filled with gravel or rock, or both, containing a perforated pipe that redirects surface water and groundwater away from an area.

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