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    du jour
    /də ˈZHo͝or/

    adjective

    • 1. (of food in a restaurant) available and being served on this day: "cream of mussel, an occasional soup du jour"

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  2. Sucre du Jour, which means sweet of the day in French, aims at giving you a brand new sugary experience every time you walk through the door or open up our virtual store. With a menu that changes with the season or the likes of Melbourne's erratic weather, we aim to please.

  3. Now the M-142 HIMARS multiple launch rocket system has replaced the M-777 as the wunderwaffe du jour. 8 units are claimed to have been delivered so far, of which Russia claims to have already destroyed 2. Recent reports say 4 more launchers will be delivered, along with 1000 rockets.

  4. Jul 15, 2022 · A touch of Paris at Bistro Du Jour during our FOX 5 Zip Trip to The Wharf!

  5. Aug 01, 2022 · When did our phone numbers become the new identifier du jour? The U.S. does not have one specific identifier that is relied upon to manage its population; instead, several identity documents like Social Security numbers, passports or state IDs have traditionally been used to verify someone's identity.

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  7. plat du jour lit. "dish of the day"; a dish served in a restaurant on a particular day but separate from the regular menu. plongeur (fem. plongeuse) a male (or female) dishwasher in a professional kitchen. plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose (or plus ça change, plus c'est pareil) (often abbreviated to just plus ça change)

  8. The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (French: Journée nationale de la vérité et de la réconciliation), colloquially known as Orange Shirt Day (French: Jour du chandail orange), is a Canadian statutory holiday to recognize the legacy of the Canadian Indian residential school system.

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