Les timbres de belgique depuis leur origine jusqu' nos jours.
In the entry "belgique" (p. 75) the third item is credited to "id."
By the next afternoon their loading was completed and the belgique headed upstream without further delay.
Then our soldier passenger leaned across in front of Blount and whispered "belgique."
"We'll split expenses on the belgique, of course," declared the American.
He said: n'ayez pas peur, nous n'avons pas grande envie d'entrer en belgique dans ce moment.
To say that a man has got a "belgique" means that he is dead.
Ye'll be wantin' yer mosquito nets, so better bring the stuff down to the belgique.
They found the belgique to be a small but comfortable little steamer manned by a crew of a dozen blacks and a Swiss pilot.
The belgique made stops for wood only and after four days they arrived at the mile-wide mouth of the Aruwimi River.
c.1600, "Low Germany and the Netherlands," from the Latin name of the territory near here occupied by the Belgæ, a Celtic tribe. Adopted 1830 as the name of a new nation formed from the southern part of the former United Kingdom of the Netherlands.