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  1. "Alouette" is a popular French Canadian children's song about plucking the feathers from a lark, in retribution for being woken up by its song. Although it is in French, it is well-known among speakers of other languages; in this respect it is similar to "Frère Jacques". Many American doughboys and other Allied soldiers learned the song while serving in France during World War I and brought it home with them, passing it on to their children and grandchildren.
  2. "Alouette" is a composition.
  3. "Alouette" is a cataloged instance, composition.

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Google previewArtificial Intelligence and Other Innovative Computer Applications in the Nuclear Industry (2012)

by M. Catherine Majumdar

ALOUETTE is an inference engine in forward chaining with a knowledge representation based on production rules <if. . . . then.

Google previewThe Great Canadian Trivia Book (1996)

by Randy Ray, Mark Kearney

An alouette is a skylark, and the song is a strange one ...

Google previewBravo! (2014)

by Judith Muyskens, Linda Harlow, Michèle Vialet, Jean-François Brière

alouette, gentille alouette is a traditional song that is very popular among children in France and ...

Google previewFolk Strings for Solo Instruments (2002)

Solo Violin by Joanne Martin

An alouette is a lark, and this nonsense song describes how the singer is going to pluck the lark's head, beak, nose, and so on. This arrangement is light-hearted ...

Google previewFolk Strings (2002)

For String Quartet or String Orchestra by Joanne Martin

An alouette is a lark, and this nonsense song describes how the singer is going to pluck the lark's head, beak, nose, and so on. This arrangement is light-hearted ...

Google previewMoth (2003)

by James Sallis

"Alouette is an habitual drug user. Crack, mainly, according to our H&P and the social worker's notes, but there's a history of drug and alcohol abuse involving many controlled substances, more or less whatever was available, it seems.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Space Age (2010)

by Paul Dickson

Alouette 2 was launched later as part ofthe U.S.-Canadian ISIS project. See ISIS. ETYMOLOGY. The satellite was given its name in May 1961 by the Canadian Defence Research Board. NASA supported the board's choice. The name was ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Military Technology and Innovation (2004)

by Stephen Bull

Alouette HELICOPTER The French Aerospatiale Alouette (or "lark") multirole helicopter, which first flew in 1955, has been described as "the most successful" European model. It has been produced in many different variants in several different ...

Google previewIntroduction to the Teaching of Living Languages Without Grammar Or Dictionary (1875)

by Lambert Sauveur

Le Rossignol et l'Alouette. — Le chant épique.

Google previewCulinary Encyclopaedia - A Dictionary of Technical Terms, the Names of All Foods, Food and Cookery Auxillaries, Condiments and Beverages - Specially a (2013)

by Various

Alouette, f. (See LARK, e.) A small singing bird. Alouette farcies, f. Stuffed larks ( boned). Aloyau, f. French word for sirloin of beef. Alsacienne, f. (À l') Alsatian style , e. A meat garnish consisting of mashed peas, slices of ham, and smoked ...

Google previewThe Wordsworth Dictionary of Culinary & Menu Terms (2000)

by Rodney Dale

gelatines and baked goods alondra lark SPANISH aloo potatoes INDIAN alouette lark FRENCH alouette sans tete slice of veal rolled and stuffed with minced meat, garlic and parsley FRENCH aloyau sirloin FRENCH aloyau de boeuf sirloin ...

Google previewCulinary Encyclopaedia (1898)

A Dictionary of Technical Terms by Charles Herman Senn

Alouette, /. (See Lark, S.) A small singing bird. Alouette farcies, f Stuffed larks ( boned). Aloyau, /'. French word for sirloin of beef. Alsacienne, f, (A V) Alsatian style ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African Airlines (1998)

by Ben R. Guttery

and a Sud Alouette 11 helicopter. Also in 1965 Cornelius Reichgeld succeeded W. Van Houtert as general manager, and a DHC —2 Beaver ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Literature in Canada (2002)

by William H. New

Margaret Cook ALOUETTE is probably the best-known Canadian folk song. Though its origins perhaps lie in France, it was first recorded in print in A Pocket Song Book for the Use of Students and Graduates ofMcGill College (1879). Like many ...

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Scrabble value of A1L1O1U1E1T1T1E1

The value of this 8-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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