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Plante

[ plahnt; French plahnt ]

noun

  1. Jacques [zhahk], 1929–86, Canadian ice-hockey player.


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Example Sentences

“Joe Manchin was always a center to center-right Democrat,” said Plante.

Plante managed the 1996 gubernatorial campaign of Charlotte Pritt, who defeated Manchin in the Democratic primary that year.

Finding a solution to that potentially combustible combination of diseases “is more complicated than it appears,” Plante says.

CBS News White House correspondent Bill Plante, for one, told me the new structure “probably makes sense.”

“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.

"Très jolie plante, mais d'une culture difficile" (Vilmorin).

C'est une plante semblable celle du Safran, dont il y a beaucoup dans ces quartiers-l.

Plante's method of forming plates was very slow, tedious, and expensive.

Between 1850 and 1860 a man named Plante began his work on the storage battery.

La plante, favorise par de fortes chaleurs et par beaucoup d'humidit, acquiert une hauteur de deux trois mtres.

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