Synonyms for moins or Related words with moins
Examples of "moins"
Her most famous graphic novel, "Luchadoras", which was part of the Sélection Officielle of the Angoulême International Comics Festival, was first published by Swiss publisher Atrabile in 2006. It was published by UK-based publisher Blank Slate Books in early 2011. She also published three other books with Atrabile, all part of the "Plus ou
..." series: "Plus ou
... le printemps" in 2005, "Plus ou
... l'été" in 2006 and "Plus ou
... l'automne" in 2007.
que.., Théâtre de l’Agora, Évry, France
Ô la mortelle injure! La cadence est
(PAM)-More From Less(MFL) for solo accordion and 24 flutes (2012)
"Jetsgo. Pay a little. Fly a lot." /"Jetsgo.
cher, plus souvent."
The formats and track listings of single releases of "Si j'avais au
CONRAD. Elle me frappera du
avant toi! ("Il disparaît sous la voûte.")
(2009) bass clarinet, cello, violin, percussion, piano and electronics (7’40)
From 1987, distinction is made between the age categories. This award is then called "Alfred
de 12 ans".
Between 1992 and 1996 he directed three shorts: "Eternité
cinq", "Camilio" and "La femme à l'ombrelle".
She was born in Saint-Denis de la Réunion. Her first famous work is the comic science weblog "Tu mourras
bête", started in 2008.
- Recherches sur une des causes les plus frequentes et la
connue de l'avortement (the Most Frequent and Least Known Causes of Abortion), 1828
The More It Goes, the Less It Goes is a 1977 French film. It was also known as "Plus ca va
"Si j'avais au
...", reviewed after the album's release, was generally well received in the media. Swiss newspaper "Le Matin" said it was a "magnific ballad" and one of the best songs of the album; as for Jason Birchmeier of Allmusic, he qualified "Si j'avais au
..." and "Point de suture" as "standout ballads made of uplifting string arrangements and delicate vocal melodies". Novak deemed the song "sweet and sad". "La Meuse" considered it a "ballad with a strong lachrymal connotation".
Au printemps, je vais quelquefois m’asseoir à la lisière d’un champ fleuri. Lorsqu’une belle jeune fille m’apporte une coupe de vin, je ne pense guère à mon salut. Si j’avais cette préoccupation, je vaudrais
The track became a fan favourite and, according to a poll made on "Mylene.net", most fans wanted this song as the third single instead of "Si j'avais au
"Si j'avais au
..." was released as the 3rd single on 16 February. On 27 March, Radio NRJ revealed the fourth single from the album was "C'est dans l'air".
Laurent made her debut as a director with the 2008 short film "De
", which she also wrote, a 7-minute film about a patient who "remembers less and less" in front of her psychiatrist. The film was nominated for Best Short Film at the 61st Annual Cannes Film Festival. She also directed "À ses pieds", an erotic short film aired on the French television channel Canal+ on 25–26 October 2008, as part of a series of short films, called "X Femmes".
French: The superlative is created from the comparative by inserting the definitive article (la, le, or les), or the possessive article ("mon", "ton", "son", etc.), before "plus" or "
" and the adjective determining the noun. For instance: "Elle est la plus belle femme" → (she is the most beautiful woman); "Cette ville est la
chère de France" → (this town is the least expensive in France); "C'est sa plus belle robe" → (It is her most beautiful dress). It can also be created with the suffixe "-issime" but only with certain words, for example: "C'est un homme richissime" → (That is the most rich man). Its use is often rare and ironic.
In addition to her film career, Laurent has appeared in stage productions in France. She made her theater debut in 2010 in Nicolas Bedos's "Promenade de santé". The short film "De
" (2008) marked her debut as a filmmaker. Her feature film directorial debut is "The Adopted" (2011). "Respire" (2014), her second feature film as a director, was screened at the International Critics' Week section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. She made her singing debut with a studio album "En t'attendant" in May 2011; the album contains twelve songs, five of which are co-written and co-produced by Irish folk musician Damien Rice.
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