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écon. tech. assemblage {m} à rainure et languettetongue and groove joint <TG, T&G> [also: tongue-and-groove joint]
cuis. sauce {f} à la zingaragypsy sauce [chopped ham, tongue, mushrooms and truffles combined with tomato sauce & tarragon]
hist. pol. doge {m}Doge [elected lord and Chief of State in several Italian city-states, notably Venice and Genoa, during the medieval and renaissance periods]
cuis. piperade {f}piperade [typical Gascon and Basque dish prepared with onion, green peppers, and tomatoes sautéd and flavoured with red Espelette pepper]
cuis. canelé {m}[small French pastry flavored with rum and vanilla with a soft and tender custard center and a dark, thick caramelized crust]
hist. pol. traités {m.pl} de Stockholm [1719 et 1720]Treaties of Stockholm [1719 and 1720] [ending the war between Sweden and an alliance of Hanover and Prussia]
géogr. Antilles {f.pl}Antilles [archipelago bordered by the Caribbean Sea to the south and west, the Gulf of Mexico to the northwest, and the Atlantic Ocean to the north and east]
acéré {adj} {past-p} [langue]barbed [tongue]
acéré {adj} [langue]blistering [tongue]
géogr. hist. pol. duché {m} de Parme et Plaisance [1545-1802 and 1814-1858]Duchy of Parma [1545-1802 and 1814-1858] [also: Duchy of Parma and Piacenza] [a historic state in northern Italy]
coup {m} de languelick [with tongue]
hist. pol. traité {m} de Madrid [1526]Treaty of Madrid [signed in 1526 by King Francis I of France and Charles, Holy Roman Emperor. Francis renounced all his claims in Italy, Flanders, and Artois, and surrendered Burgundy to Charles]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Nancy [1477]Battle of Nancy [in 1477, the final and decisive battle in the Burgundian Wars. The Duke of Burgundy was defeated and killed by Lorraine and Swiss forces (funded by France)]
cuis. baeckeoffe {m}[casserole dish that is typical in Alsace with sliced potatoes and onions, marinated cubed mutton, beef, and pork]
cuis. roux {m}roux [flour and fat cooked together and used to thicken sauces]
cuis. pissaladière {f}[Speciality of Ligurian and Nice cusine] [flatbread with toppings usually of caramelised onions, black olives, and anchovies]
supplice {m} du colliernecklacing [forcing a rubber tyre drenched with petrol around a victim's chest and arms, and setting it on fire]
hist. Piste {f} des larmesTrail of Tears [ethnic cleansing and forced displacement of the "Five Civilized Tribes" between 1830 and 1850 by the US government]
cuis. cinq à sept {m} [can.] [fam.]afternoon get-together [in Quebec] [similar to a happy hour, cocktail party, or wine and cheese, held approximately between 5 and 7 p.m.]
cuis. Unverified jésuite {m} [pâtisserie]Jésuite [triangular, flaky pastry filled with frangipane cream and topped with sliced almonds and powdered sugar]
relig. marabout {m}marabout [Muslim religious leader and teacher in West Africa, and (historically) in the Maghreb]
hist. pol. guelfes {m.pl}Guelphs [faction supporting the Pope in 12C and 13C in the Italian city-states of Central and Northern Italy]
cuis. potée {f}potée [soup or stew pork and vegetables, most frequently, cabbage and potatoes of which choucroute is the most characteristic]
hist. pol. gibelins {m.pl}Ghibellines [faction supporting the Holy Roman Emperor in 12C and 13C in the Italian city-states of Central and Northern Italy]
myth. Parques {f.pl}Parcae [also: the Fates] [female personifications of destiny who directed the lives (and deaths) of humans and gods in Roman mythology]
hist. pol. traité {m} de Paris [1947]Treaty of Paris [1947] [formally established peace between the World War II Allies and Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Romania and Finland]
géogr. hist. Valachie {f}Wallachia [also: Walachia] [historical and geographical region of Romania, situated north of the Lower Danube and south of the Southern Carpathians]
géogr. îles {f.pl} LucayeLucayan Archipelago [also: Bahama Archipelago] [an island group in the western North Atlantic Ocean comprising the Commonwealth of The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands]
géogr. hist. pol. convention {f} anglo-russe de 1907Anglo-Russian Convention of 1907 [also: Convention between the United Kingdom and Russia relating to Persia, Afghanistan, and Tibet]
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} de la Quatrième Coalition [1806-1807]War of the Fourth Coalition [1806-1807] [conflicts of France against Prussia and Russia, and both were heavily defeated]
hist. pol. Sérénissime Maison {f} de BraganceMost Serene House of Braganza [also: Brigantine Dynasty] [a dynasty of emperors, kings, princes, and dukes of Portuguese origin which reigned in Europe and the Americas]
géogr. hist. comté {m} de Hainaut [ou Hainau]County of Hainaut [or Hainault] [territorial lordship in the medieval Holy Roman Empire, straddling today's border of Belgium and France; main towns Mons (BG) and Valenciennes (FR)]
hist. pol. congrès {m} d'Arras [1435]Congress of Arras [in 1435, 1st international peace conference between France, England & Burgundy and observers from Aragon, Bohemia, Brittany, Castile, Denmark, Holy Roman Empire, and many more.]
géogr. Guadeloupe {f} [un archipel des Caraïbes, formant une région et un département d'outre-mer français]Guadeloupe <.gp> [an archipelago and overseas department and region of France in the Caribbean]
hist. relig. dévotion {f} moderne [devotio moderna]Modern Devotion [devotio moderna] [a movement for relious reform, flourishing in the low countries and Germany in 1C and 15C]
géogr. hist. pol. royaume {m} de NavarreKingdom of Navarre [Basque kingdom that occupied lands on either side of the western Pyrenees, alongside the Atlantic Ocean between present-day Spain and France between 824 and 1620]
géogr. ligne {f} Mason-DixonMason–Dixon line [also: Mason and Dixon line or Mason's and Dixon's line]
géogr. hist. pol. royaume {m} de CastilleKingdom of Castile [large and powerful state on the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages. In 1479, the crowns of Aragon and Castile were united to form the nucleus of modern Spain.]
hist. mil. pol. traité {m} de Bucarest [1812]Treaty of Bucharest [1812] [between the Ottoman and Russian Empires, ending the Russo-Turkish War of 1806–12 and freeing Russia to concentrate on the upcoming war with France]
géogr. Martinique {f} [une île française située dans les Caraïbes et département et région d'outre-mer]Martinique <.mq> [an island and an overseas department/region and single territorial collectivity of France]
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} de la Troisième Coalition [1803-1806]War of the Third Coalition [1803-1806] [conflicts between France, supported by Spain and Bavaria, and several European powers (Britain, Holy Roman Empire, Russia, Naples, Tuscany & Sweden)]
pol. oblast {m}oblast [a type of administrative division of Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Ukraine, as well as the former Soviet Union and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia]
hist. mil. pol. guerres {f.pl} daciques de Trajan [101-102 et 105-106]Trajan's Dacian Wars [101-102 and 105-106] [between the Roman Empire and Dacia]
hist. mil. pol. guerre {f} de la Sixième Coalition [1813-1814]War of the Sixth Coalition [1813-1814] [coalition of Austria, Prussia, Russia, UK, Portugal, Sweden, Spain and some German States defeated France and drove Napoleon into exile on Elba]
géogr. hist. Îles {f.pl} des Princes [un archipel de neuf îles dans la mer de Marmara au sud-est d'Istanbul en Turquie]Prince Islands [also: Prince Archipelago or Adalar] [during the Byzantine and Ottoman periods, princes and other royalty were exiled here]
géogr. hist. pol. royaume {m} d'AragonKingdom of Aragon [a medieval and early modern kingdom on the Iberian Peninsula. In 1479, the crowns of Aragon and Castile were united to form the nucleus of modern Spain.]
hist. pol. paix {f} de Westphalie [1648] [aussi : traités de Westphalie]Peace of Westphalia [1648] [2 treaties which ended the 30 Years' War and the 80 Years' War and brought peace to the Holy Roman Empire]
hist. mil. pol. traité {m} de Campo-Formio [1797]Treaty of Campo Formio [1797] [signed by Napoleon and the Austrian Monarchy, ending the War of the First Coalition and left UK fighting alone against revolutionary France]
hist. mil. pol. traité {m} de Fontainebleau [1807]Treaty of Fontainebleau [1807] [secret agreement signed between King Charles IV of Spain and the French Emperor Napoleon, to drive the House of Braganza from and divide the Kingdom of Portugal]
hist. pol. traité {f} de Vereeniging [1902]Treaty of Vereeniging [1902] [ended the Second Boer War between the South African Republic and the Orange Free State, on the one side, and the United Kingdom on the other]
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