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Amande

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Amande is a fictional character from the 1990 film Nikita.

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Google previewRural Affairs (1881)

by John Jacobs Thomas

Amande is a worthy companion of Abel Grand, furnishing a generous supply of autumn flowers. Climbing Jules Margottin, besides being of more vigorous growth, seems, if anything, more beautiful than the old sort, from ...

Google previewA Methodical Synopsis of Mineral Waters Comprehending the Most Celebrated Medicinal Waters of Great-Britain, Ireland, France Germany, and Italy and Several Other Parts of the World (1757)

Amande is a weak, light, fulphureous water; the fulphur foon diffipated by keeping, and, befides the fulphur, contains but very little of any other mineral, which feems to be chiefly a little absorbent earth. Our author, MoRAN ...

Google previewAnnual Report (1880)

by Ontario. Department of Agriculture

Amande is a worthy companion of ...

Google previewProceedings of the 1st- Annual Meeting, 1855- (1874)

Amande is a worthy companion of Abel Grand, furnishing a generous supply of autumn flowers. Climbing Jules Margottin, besides being of more vigorous growth, seems, if anything, more beautiful than the old sort, from ...

Google previewProceedings of the ... Annual Meeting (1879)

by Western New York Horticultural Society

Amande is a worthy companion of Abel Grand, furnishing a generous supply of autumn flowers. Climbing Jules Margottin, besides being of more vigorous growth, seems, if any. thing, more beautiful than the old sort, from ...

Google previewSessional Papers ... of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario ... (1880)

by Ontario. Legislative Assembly

Amande is a worthy companion of Abel Grand, furnishing a generous supply of autumn flowers. Climbing Jules Margottin, besides being of more vigorous growth, seems, if anything, more beautiful than the old sort, from which it is a ...

Google previewPeterson's Magazine (1889)

Amande is a delicate pink rose that is especially fine in autumn. Other good salmon or pale pink roses are Madame Sophie Fropot, Anna Alesieff, Pride of Waltham, and Heinrich Schultheis. Other brighter pinks are Madame ...

Google previewThe Peterson Magazine (1889)

Amande is a delicate pink rose that is especially fine in autumn. Other good salmon or pale pink roses are Madame Sophie Fropot, Anna Alesiefl', Pride of Waltham, and Heinrich Schultheis. Other brighter pinks are Madame ...

Google previewSuccess with Flowers, a Floral Magazine (1890)

Amande is a delicate pink Rose that is also particularly good in Autumn, as well as at any time ; an exceedingly lovely Rose. Other good salmon or pale pink Roses are Madame Sophie Fropot, Anna Alexieff, Pride of Walfham ...

Google previewThe Florist and Pomologist (1879)

Amande is a worthy companion of Abel Grand,' furnishing a generous supply of autumn flowers. Climbing Jules Margottin, besides being of more vigorous growth, seems, if anything, more beautiful than the old sort, from ...

Google previewThe Rural New-Yorker (1905)

HAVANA amande is a Cuban beverage that will be found delicious during the appproaching warm weather. Blanch three dozen sweet almonds as follows: First shell, then throw into boiling water; let stand on the back of the stove five minutes, ...

Google previewThe New Arthurian Encyclopedia (2013)

New edition by Norris J. Lacy, Geoffrey Ashe, Sandra Ness Ihle, Marianne E. Kalinke, Raymond H. Thompson

MANUEL UND AMANDE, a late thirteenth-century anonymous German Arthurian romance of which we possess only fragments totaling 312 verses. Whether the author«s reference to ®daz buch ̄ (®the book ̄) in 1. 113, which suggests that ...

Google previewA Pentaglot Dictionary of the Terms Employed in Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology... (1845)

by Shirley Palmer

Amande, s. £, — Tufiiv, — nucleus, m. L., — keni, m. G.,— kernel : in common language, a term applied to every fruit contained in the interior of a shell: in Botany, to the part of the seed immediately covered by its proper integument, ...

Google previewDictionary of European Proverbs (2012)

by Emanuel Strauss

il faut casser le noyau pour avoir l'amande d) jamais chat pris e) le chat aime ...

Google previewConcise Dictionary of European Proverbs (2013)

by Emanuel Strauss

sed non vult tangere flumen Fr: ce n«est pasbénéfice sans cure chat ganté neprend souris il faut casser lenoyau pour avoir l«amande jamais chat emmitouflé n«a pris souris le chat aimelepoisson, mais il n«aime pas se mouiller les pattes le ...

Google previewA Pentaglot Dictionary (1845)

by Shirley Palmer

There are two principal varieties o the almond :--the sweet, amande douce, F.,— amy dulcis, L.,_siiss mandel, G.; and e bitter,amande amere,-_an1 gdala amen— bitter mandeL The unpflassant flavour of the latter results from the presence of ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Dictionary of Scientific Terms (1879)

by William Rossiter

Amande do terre, ( a'mang-de-ter7 ). [ F. amande, almond; terre, earth. ]= ...

Google previewA General Biographical Dictionary (1851)

by John Gorton

AMANDE DE ROCUS. the first members of the French Academy, aud diitinguislied himselfin the amatory, burlesque, and comic walks of poetry. — Biog. Univ. AMANDE DE KOCUS, born in Cyprus ia 1570; being taken by the Turks, and ...

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