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96 examples of  plantes  in sentences

96 examples of plantes in sentences

Mais il est essentiel de remarquer que cet état physique de la plante est étroitement lié avec la vie de cette plante.

Mais il est essentiel de remarquer que cet état physique de la plante est étroitement lié avec la vie de cette plante.

And again: "Afin de compléter aujourd'hui l'énoncé du fait général, je rappellerai que les corps, doué des fonctions accomplies dans les tissus des plantes, sont formés des éléments qui constituent, en proportion peu variable, les organismes animaux; qu'ainsi l'on est conduit à reconnaître une immense unité de composition élémentaire dans tous les corps vivants de la nature.

[Footnote 7: Needham, writing in 1750, says: "Les naturalistes modernes s'accordent unaninement à établir, comme une vérité certaine, que toute plante vient do sa sémence spécifique, tout animal d'un oeuf ou de quelque chose d'analogue préexistant dans la plante, ou dans l'animal de même espèce qui l'a produit.

[Footnote 7: Needham, writing in 1750, says: "Les naturalistes modernes s'accordent unaninement à établir, comme une vérité certaine, que toute plante vient do sa sémence spécifique, tout animal d'un oeuf ou de quelque chose d'analogue préexistant dans la plante, ou dans l'animal de même espèce qui l'a produit.

Neither the Zoological Gardens, nor the Jardin des Plantes, had a rhinoceros!

" You see, dear PUNCHINELLO, the situation was thus: I had undertaken, not indeed without grave misgivings, to propitiate his Majesty, after the failure of the THIERS-BISMARCK negotiations, and, if possible, procure such terms as would save Parisians from the galling necessity of immolating the monkeys of the Jardin des Plantes to the popular demand for something to eat.

But the route more to the left still, leading up the hill and joining the Route de Bordeaux, past the Haute Plante parade ground, is the usual one followed, especially for the PensionsLecour, Nogués, and Maison Pieté in the Rue d'Orléans; Pension Etcherbest, in the Passage Planté Hôtel de Londres, on the route de Billères; and Maison Colbert, in the Rue Montpensier.

A broad pathway encircles the edifice, and a bridge leads from the extreme end over the Rue Marca into the Castle Park, called also "lower plantation" (basse plante) in distinction from the "upper plantation" (haute plante), which surrounds the barracks.

A broad pathway encircles the edifice, and a bridge leads from the extreme end over the Rue Marca into the Castle Park, called also "lower plantation" (basse plante) in distinction from the "upper plantation" (haute plante), which surrounds the barracks.

Polo is generally played in the "Haute Plante" (in front of the Barracks), and bicycle races take place there also occasionally.

" A few days after this scene, Mademoiselle Michonneau and Poiret were sitting on a bench in the Jardin des Plantes, when they were accosted by the chief of the detective force.

"But suddenly it turned with a dash across Quatre-mares, Sotteville, La Grande-Chaussée, the Rue d'Elbeuf, and made its third halt in front of the Jardin des Plantes.

Our pore retyred famylie must plante Theire braunches in the broade ayre, not be plashd Or propt agaynst the walls of pallaces.

(See de Gubernatis, Za Mythologie des plantes, Paris, Reinwald, 1882, p. 285.)

I want to be going, to the Jardin des Plantes (is that right, Louisa?)

There are likewise in this Museum imitations in wax of various plants and shrubs exotic as well as indigenous and the collection of stuffed birds, beasts and fishes and that of insects, mineralogy and conchology scarcely yields to the collection at the Jardin des Plantes at Paris.

As well spend the time in the Jardin des Plantes with the cage doors undone, she says!

He finds the giraffe or camelopard the most interesting animal at the Jardin des Plantes, and he dislikes a ceiling painted by Gros: "It is allegorical, which is a class of painting I detest."

When the Giraffe arrived in the Jardin des Plantes, the Parisians had a caricature, in which the ass, and the hog, and the monkey were presenting an address to the stranger, while the elephant and the lion stalked angrily away.

This is very desirable, as the Establishment will then combine similar advantages to those of the Jardin des Plantes at Paris, where the Museum is in the grounds.

The vivaria of the Jardin des Plantes rival those of the Colosseum in magnitude, and excel them in object.

We had a going-away dinner at the Tiare hotel, Landers, Polonsky, McHenry, Hallman, Schlyter, the tailor, and Lieutenant L'Hermier des Plantes, a French army surgeon who was sailing on the Fetia Taiao to the Marquesas to be acting governor there.

McHenry and Lieutenant L'Hermier des Plantes shouted to me to come aboard.

Of the latter we have seen three or four specimensone in a small Museum at Margate, and, we think, two others in the Museum in the Jardin des Plantes, at Paris.

His weight was said to be four thousand pounds, and the bills pompously declared that he had no rival in France, except the elephant in the Jardin des Plantes.

We went to the Jardin des Plantes in order to let the children see the Zoological Garden.

The rest of us went to the Zoological Garden, which is much more ample and interesting than the Jardin des Plantes. 20th.

* * LE JARDIN DES PLANTES.

GERARD'S HERBAL THE HERBALL or General Historie of Plantes.

This accumulator is of the Plante type, and is modified so as to obtain a more rapid formation, a larger surface, and a symmetrical distance of the plates from each other.

Dr. D'Arsonval points out that the accumulators of the Plante class have a great advantage over the Faure type as regards duration, and that the most striking quality of the Montaud accumulator is its longevity.

On September 8, 1885, Dr. D'Arsonval, professor at the College of France, wrote as follows: "The Montaud accumulator is of the Plante type, and is extremely well conceived from a mechanical point of view.

"To obtain the same result by Plante's method, months are required.

This apparatus, if charged to saturation, gives 62 ampere hours as its total capacity, and, as in the Plante, this capacity constantly increases with use.

From both points of view accumulators of the Plante type (and consequently those of Montaud) are far superior to those of the Faure type.

My opinion, therefore, is that the Montaud accumulator is very practical, that it is a great improvement on the Plante type, and that it can compete successfully with the other systems in use.

In the days of the Egyptian King Sargo (according to Ascherson and Schweinfurth) this plant was already well known as a plant of cultivation; in a wild state it is not known (De Candolle, "Originel des Plantes cultivées").

ARBRE, m., plante ligneuse (qui fournit le bois).

CUCURBITACÉE, f., famille de plantes.

FLEUR, f., organe producteur des plantes.

MELON, m., espèce de cucurbitacée; fruit de cette plante.

SUMAC, m., sorte de plante.

T TABAC, m., plante dont les feuilles se fument.

De l'Etoile au Jardin des plantes.

By Pierre Dumoulin de la Plante.

Pierre Dumoulin de la Plante (A); 22Apr74; R574530.

By Pierre Dumoulin De La Plante.

Pierre Dumolin De La Plante (A); 21Jan75; R596303.

De l'Etoile au Jardin des plantes.

By Pierre Dumoulin de la Plante.

Pierre Dumoulin de la Plante (A); 22Apr74; R574530.

By Pierre Dumoulin De La Plante.

Pierre Dumolin De La Plante (A); 21Jan75; R596303.

Invited to Paris to fill the place of Professor of Comparative Anatomy at the Jardin des Plantes, his lectures speedily drew crowds around him, attracted by his popular eloquence and lucid arrangement.

Ces tentes sont faites avec deux fourches qu'on plante en terre par leur gros bout à une certaine distance l'une de l'autre.

The Jardin du Roi, which became the Jardin des Plantes, has remained unique in Europe.

She pursued her studies in the same manner in the stables of the Veterinary School at Alfort and in the Jardin des Plantes.

The founding of the French Academy and of the Jardin des Plantes, the building of the College of Plessis, and the rebuilding of the College of the Sorbonne, are among the monuments of this part of his statesmanship.

Et chasse doucement les hommes vers la vie; Et l'on voit de ses vers, goutte à goutte, des pleurs Tomber sur les enfants, les femmes et les fleurs; Et des astres jaillir de ses strophes volantes; Et son chant fait pousser des bourgeons verts aux plantes; Et ses rêves sont faits d'aurore, et dans l'amour, Sa bouche chante et rit, toute pleine de jour.

"John Ball, Henri Langlois, Peter Plante.

"We, John Ball, Henri Langlois, and Peter Plante, having discovered gold at this fall, do hereby agree to joint partnership in the same, and do pledge ourselves to forget our past differences and work in mutual good will and honesty, so help us God.

Signed, "JOHN BALL, HENRI LANGLOIS, PETER PLANTE.

"We are three, and we just naturally fill the places of John Ball, Henri Langlois and Peter Plante.

Notice that all of the writing is in one hand, except the signatures of Langlois and Plante, and you could hardly decipher the letters in those signatures if you did not already know their names from this writing below.

In this cabin either Langlois or Plante tried to kill his companion, and thus become the sole possessor of the treasure, and the fight, fatal to both, ensued.

"Is it true," asked Louisa, one day, "that Pillon and Plante were once prairie-wolves?

Mr. Kinzie decided to take with him but two men: Plante and Pierre Roy,the former to act as guide, on the assurance that he knew every mile of the way, from the Portage to Ogie's Ferry, and from Ogie's Ferry to Chicago.

My husband rode his own bay horse "Tom," while Plante, the gayest and proudest of the party, bestrode a fine, large animal called "Jerry," which had lately been purchased for my use; and thus was our cortége complete.

Even the vainglorious Plante, who piqued himself on his equestrian skill, was once or twice nearly unhorsed, from having chosen his road badly.

He therefore obliged Mr. Morrison to repeat the directions again and again, though Plante, our guide, swaggered and talked big, averring that "he knew every hill and stream and point of woods from that spot to Chicago.

" We had not proceeded many miles on our journey, however, before we discovered that Monsieur Plante was profoundly ignorant of the country, so that Mr. Kinzie was obliged to take the lead himself, and make his way as he was best able, according to the directions he had received.

Plante was positive as to its being the very spot where he and "Piché" in their journey to Port Winnebago, the year before, struck into the great road.

As Plante was "the guide," and withal so confident of being right, it was decided to follow him, not without some demurring, however, on the part of the bourgeois, who every now and then called to halt, to discuss the state of affairs.

"Now, Plante," he would say, "I am sure you are leading us too far north.

But Monsieur Plante was convinced of his mistake when the trail brought us to the great bend of the river with its bold rocky bluffs.

"Are you satisfied now, Plante?" asked Mr. Kinzie.

Mr. Kellogg and Plante were for taking the northerly direction.

Plante and Roy had a bright fire and a nice pot of coffee for us.

Plante went first with an axe, and cut as far as he could reach, then mounted one of the hardy little ponies, and With some difficulty broke the ice before him, until he had opened a passage to the opposite shore.

Probably Brunet was of the same opinion; for, with his usual perversity, he plunged in immediately after Plante, and stood shaking and quaking behind him, every now and then looking around him, as much as to say, "I've got ahead of you, this time!"

After his departure I said to the men, "Come, you have all your logs cut and hauledthe squaws have brought the bark for the roofwhat is to prevent our finishing the house and getting all moved and settled to surprise Monsieur John on his return?" "Ah! to be sure, Madame John," said Plante, who was always the spokesman, "provided the one who plants a green bough on the chimney-top is to have a treat.

" Upon the strength of such an inducement to the one who should put the finishing stroke to the building, Plante, Pillon, and Manaigre, whom the waggish Plante persisted in calling "mon nègre," whenever he felt himself out of the reach of the other's arm, all went vigorously to work.

" Upon the strength of such an inducement to the one who should put the finishing stroke to the building, Plante, Pillon, and Manaigre, whom the waggish Plante persisted in calling "mon nègre," whenever he felt himself out of the reach of the other's arm, all went vigorously to work.

Plante, in full glee, was seated astride of a small keg on the roof, close beside the kitchen chimney, on the very summit of which he had planted a green bough.

"Yes, Plante, you are entitled to a treat, and I hope you will not enjoy it the less that Pillon and Manaigre are to share it with you.

" A suitable gratification made them quite contented with their "bourgeoise," against whom Plante had sometimes been inclined to grumble, "because," as he said, "she had him called up too early in the morning."

Our travelling companions started early in the morning for the Fort, which was but twelve miles distant, and they were so kind as to take charge of a note to our friends at home, requesting them to send Plante with the carriage to take us the rest of the distance.

Plante and Pillon with their families had departed at the first word of danger.

ouioui" "And how you helped make the garden for meand how Plante and Manaigre finished the new house so nicely while Monsieur John was away for the silverand how there was a feast after it was completed" "Ah!

What was this black creature from the Jardin des Plantes?

Angelo de Gubernatis, Mythologie des Plantes (Paris, 1878-1882), i. 185 note 1. Adonis, Attis, Osiris, Second Edition, pp.

LATRIELLE, PIERRE ANDRÉ, French naturalist, born at Brives, in Corrèze; one of the founders of the science of Entomology; succeeded Lamarck as professor in Natural History in the Jardin des Plantes; wrote several works on entomology (1762-1833).

On the farther side of the basin, at the right, is a sort of garden or public promenade, having an artificial hillock, like that in the labyrinth in the "Jardin des Plantes."

there is nothing in Paris half so pretty; not even the Jardin des Plantes!" "And have you been there lately?" "Not for eight weeks, at the very least, M'sieur.

"We have bought such sweet, pretty things," continued she, rattling on with all her old volubility, "and we have hired the dearest little appartement on the fourth story, in a street near the Jardin des Plantes.