menage


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a group of usually related people living together as a unit

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Ainsi, meme si un des acteurs potentiels de la pluriactivite des menages peut se definir sous le vocable d'agriculteur a temps partiel lorsque qu'un des exploitants principaux est implique dans une activite professionnelle hors de la ferme, le menage pluriactif n'est pas limite a ce type.
Moins un menage disposait de main-d'oeuvre, plus la taille de ses bassins a crevettes etait importante.
Last June he brought his then untried Menage a Un show to Liverpool Comedy Festival ahead of the Edinburgh fringe.
The protagonist of the book is the French polymath Gilles Menage, famous during his lifetime as much for his good looks and social charm as for the extraordinary range of his learning and literary activity.
She describes her character as "extremely pragmatic, tough, callous," leaving out "hot"--but viewers will certainly notice, especially when she ends up in a "sort of menage a trois" with female Cylon Number Six (Tricia Helfer) and male character Baltar (James Callis).
While visiting his grandmother, a waitress presents Romain with an offer full of redemptive possibilities, not to mention the opportunity for a menage a trois.
Involvement in a menage a trois to spice up a marriage.
But when cinema's corporate big boys come calling, Wilmot's menage a trois comes into its own, concocting an insurance scam to put them all in the money.
Live with your mother as long as you please, and forget public verdicts on your backward menage.
In Playthings, a young professor attempting to uncover the details of an unexplained murder is lured in to a menage a trois Scandalous, a story about a woman's search for sexual fulfillment, is inspired by the life of the legendary, daring entertainer Josephine Baker.
Nicky Menage, 18, who plays Celia, said: "The play has lots of different elements.
The subject is the Atlantic Ocean--or simply "Atlantic," as Cramer calls it--but its theme is vastly wider: a menage of geology, marine biology, tectonics, oceanic chemistry, meteorology and numerous other disciplines, all blended together in a matrix of awed speculation and passionate wonder.
But Amy, a clever attorney, turns the tables by insisting that she be allowed to have a similar menage with Anthony and another man.
LIKE HIS PREVIOUS novel, Mon grand appartement, Christian Oster's latest work, Une femme de menage, probes the meandering thoughts of a fifty-year-old man who, unlike the protagonist of the earlier work, has an apartment of his own.