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Braquet

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Braquet is a fictional character from the 1991 film La Totale !.

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Braquet is a red French wine grape variety grown predominantly in the Provence region of southeastern France, particularly in the Bellet Appellation d'origine contrôlée where it is as both a blending and varietal grape in still and rosé wines. Also known as Brachet, the vine produces naturally low yields and light bodied wines that are delicately perfumed. Recent thought among ampelographers is that Braquet is not related to the more aromatic Italian wine grape of the Piedmont region known as Brachetto.

  • also known as Brachetto

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Google previewLeadership in Academic Libraries Today (2014)

Connecting Theory to Practice by Bradford Lee Eden, Jody Condit Fagan

Similarly, Braquet is a member of the Women's ...

Google previewYouth Information-seeking Behavior II (2007)

Context, Theories, Models, and Issues by Mary K. Chelton, Colleen Cool

Donna Braquet is an assistant professor and life ...

Google previewLeung's Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients (2011)

Used in Food, Drugs and Cosmetics by Ikhlas A. Khan, Ehab A. Abourashed

Braquet, ed., Ginkolides—Chemistry,Biology, Pharmacologyand Clinical Perspectives, Vol. 1, J.R.Prous Science Publishers, Barcelona, 1988. 71. P. Braquet, ed., Ginkgolides— Chemistry, Biology, Pharmacology and Clinical Perspectives ...

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

braquet or bracket, a dog that hunts by scent: ael. brachach, a large gray dog; brach, a bear]: a dog used in tracking game; a shaggy 0g; a dog used by poachers.

Google previewA History of the Chambers Dictionary (2013)

by Mariusz Kaminski

braquet, dim. of brache, L. brachium...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Derivations of the English Language (1872)

In which Each Word is Traced to Its Primary Root. Forming a Text Book of Etymology. With Definitions and the Pronunciation of Each Word

braquet, dim. of brache, L. brachium, arm.] A small projecting support fastened to a wall or other surface ; — one of two hooks [ ], used to inclose a reference, explanation, note, &c. Brackish, (brak'ish) a. [D. brak, Ger. brach.] Saltish, or salt in ...

Google previewRÖMPP Encyclopedia Natural Products, 1st Edition, 2000 (2014)

by Burkhard Fugmann, Susanne Lang-Fugmann, Wolfgang Steglich

Braquet, Ginkgolides -Chemistry, Pharmacology, Biology and ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of the Sword (1995)

by Nick Evangelista

The name was probably derived from the word braquet, which meant, basically, a broadsword. Also known as a braquemart and malchus, after the personage of Malchus in the Bible, whose ear was cut off by St. Peter, supposedly with such a ...

Google previewThe Harvard Encyclopedia (1890)

A Dictionary of Language Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

braquet or brachet, a dog that hunts by scent: Gael, brachaeh, ...

Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Drink (2005)

An A-Z of Alcoholic Beverages by Ned Halley

Braquet red grape variety of Bellet, Provence, France ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Basic Epilepsy Research (2009)

Birkle DL,Kurian P,Braquet P ,and ...

Google previewThe New American Encyclopedic Dictionary (1906)

An Exhaustive Dictionary of the English Language : Practical and Comprehensive : Giving the Fullest Definition (encyclopedic in Detail), the Origin, Pronunciation and Use of Words by Robert Hunter, Edward Thomas Roe, Le Roy Hooker, Thomas W. Handford

braquet, dimin. of brache; Lat, brachium=arm, (Mahn). From Fr. braque=a mortise for holding things £ (Cotgrave & Wedgwood, with whom Skeat hesitatingly agrees).] A. As substantive: 1. Carpentry, d'c.: - - 1) A cramp-iron ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1904)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney

braquet; ML. brachetus), dim. of brache, a hound: see brach.] A kind of hound; a brach: applied contemptuously to a child. The bratchet'a bay From the dark covert drove the prey . Scott ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine Third Edition (2012)

by Michael T. Murray, Joseph Pizzorno

Monboisse J, Braquet P, ...

Google previewThe Cabinet dictionary of the English language (1874)

braquet, L. brachium, arm.] A small projecting support fastened to a wall or other surface; — short, crooked timbers, resembling knees; — cheek of a mortar carriage, made of strong plank ; — one of two hooks [ ], used to inclose a reference, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1895)

Pronouncing, Etymological, and Explanatory; Embracing Scientific and Other Terms, Numerous Familiar Terms and a Copious Selection of Old English Words by James Stormonth, Philip Henry Phelp

braquet or bracket, a dog that hunts by scent : Gael, bracharh, a large grey dog ; brach, a bear], a dog used in tracking game ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language ... Mainly Abridged from the Latest Edition of the Quarto Dictionary of Noah Webster (1872)

by Noah Webster

braquet, from Lat. brachium, arm.] 1. A small projecting support. 2. One of two hooks, [ ], used to inclose an explanation, note, &c. — r. t. [-ED; -ING.] To place within brackets. Bnficivisir, a. [D. & L. Ger. brak, brackish.] Saltish; salt. [ brackish ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Immunobiology (2016)

Braquet, P., Bousquet, J., Van Snick, J., Mencia-Huerta, J.M., 1993. Interleukin-9 potentiates the interleukin-4-induced immunoglobulin (IgG, IgM and IgE) production by normal ...

Google previewThe American encyclopædic dictionary (1897)

by S. J. Herrtage, John A. Williams, Robert Hunter

Fr, braquet, dimin. of brache; Lat. &rac/tfum= arm (Mahn). From Fr. braque=a. mortise for holding things together (Cot- grave tt Wedgwood, with whom Skeat hesitatingly agrees).] A. As substantive : 1. Carpentry, <fc: (1) A cramp-iron ...

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