Foods, wines are categorized as “digest” or “pas digest,” as in easy or difficult to digest.
The false intelligence led the Germans to believe that the main force would land on the pas de Calais rather than in Normandy.
The perfect gift, Belk tells us, is about the recipient, pas vous.
Petrushevskaya is best at the pas de deux, where women and men stick together and peel apart due to some mysterious force.
Together, it is Williams and Gosling who are gracing movie screens this winter with the truest of pas de deux.
"Il n'y a pas grand mal cela," said the Frenchman, laughing at Dunn as he stood upon the capsill of the wharf.
"Look, Mitch," says I. And he looked and stopped and our pas went on.
Lampas, lam′pas, n. a material of silk and wool used in upholstery.
Pretty soon our pas came back and Mitch says, "When you goin' to leave?"
Et pas un repre pour se diriger, pas une lueur dans la sombre nuit, qui voilait jusqu'au fate du donjon central!
"a step in dancing," 1775, from French pas; see pass (n.). Used in forming names for types of dances, e.g. pas de deux (1762).
PAS or PASA
The symbol for the element protactinium.
PA or P.A.