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from english to french

in the plural

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  • Plural — Plu ral, n. (Gram.) The plural number; that form of a word which expresses or denotes more than one; a word in the plural form. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • The Slab Boys — is a play by the Scottish artist and playwright John Byrne. The play is the first part of a trilogy, originally known as Paisley Patterns but now called The Slab Boys Trilogy , which tells the story of a group of young, urban, working class Scots …   Wikipedia

  • The Juice of the Barley — is a traditional Irish drinking song from around the mid 19th century. The Clancy Brothers, as well as several other bands have made recordings of the song.The line in the chorus, bainne na mbó is na gamhna is Gaelic, and translates as Milk of… …   Wikipedia

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  • The Lakes of Pontchartrain — is an American Civil War song. It shares similar chords and tuning with the Beatles hit Blackbird. All known recordings of the song title Lakes as plural, but geographically there is only one Lake of Pontchartrain north of New Orleans. (Lake… …   Wikipedia

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