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Claire Lerognon

Posts by Claire Lerognon

Aujourd’hui Couillon signifie intelligent

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Summer High

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Faute grave 5: A Singing Cure

http://lanerealtyworks.com/47148-provigil-uk.html audit Dear Walking Wounded, I was the first to admit it: Gainsbourg’s proofsinging was a poor recommendation. Please accept my apologies — and please, do consider this one last musical attempt at cheering you up.

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Cla(i)r(e)fication — Et quelles salades!

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Faute grave 4: Serious Proof … singing

When you listen to a song, which comes first: words or melody? Not something I gave much thought to until I came across “En relisant ta lettre” again. Everyone, pretend I didn’t ask and listen.

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T’enseignes-tu? A site by and for teachers

For a few years now, T’enseignes-tu? has been a hot spot for the FSL teaching community worldwide to rendezvous, learn, and chat. Its name, a funny-looking question unless you’ve traveled to Québec, fait d’une pierre deux coups.

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