[plahnt; French plahnt]
- Jacques [zhahk] /ʒɑk/, 1929–86, Canadian ice-hockey player.
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Finding a solution to that potentially combustible combination of diseases “is more complicated than it appears,” Plante says.Can Science Spot a Pedophile? Research Zeroes In On Brain Abnormalities
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“Technology has made it much easier now for the White House,” Plante went on.
But these days, as Plante acknowledges, the filter is fraying.
For the record, Chiyome Fukino, to whom Plante refers, is the director of the Hawaii State Department of Health.November 15, 2009: Top 7 Moments From Sunday Talk
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Ans: They will come and plante in these parts, also, if we and others doe not, but goe home and leave it to them.Bradford's History of 'Plimoth Plantation'</p>
The French call this plant the “Plante aux Perles” since the ripe seeds resemble pearls.Flowers of Mountain and Plain
Edith S. Clements
Modeling creates the essential texture, supple, living, embracing every plante.Rodin: The Man and his Art
This also was my ende and purpose, to plante a worke profitable to all ty- mes, my countrie and common wealthe.A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike
Plante's method of forming plates was very slow, tedious, and expensive.The Automobile Storage Battery
O. A. Witte