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  • Wikipedia has an article on: Prevost reaction Wikipedia From the chemist C. Prevost Prevost reaction ‎(plural Prevost reactions) (organic chemistry)
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  • Prevost's squirrel ‎(plural Prevost's squirrels) Callosciurus prevostii, a colourful Asian squirrel.
    249 bytes (11 words) - 04:26, 15 February 2015
  • Marie, made famous by Manon Lescaut, heroine of a novel (1731) by Abbé Prévost, and of two operas. Manon A female given name, popular in the 1990s and
    340 bytes (33 words) - 16:57, 26 January 2016
  • distinguish direct and indirect objects from subjects. 2009, Philippe Prévost, The Acquisition of French, Language Acquisition and Language Disorders:
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  • A president. (Medieval) A provost. (Medieval) A reeve. Second declension. praepositus villae propositus English: provost French: prevost, prévôt
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  • condotel ‎(plural condotels) A condo-hotel. 2007 September 16, Lisa Prevost, “Promises Foreclosed”[1], New York Times: The Greenwich Hospitality Group
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  • -wide housewide ‎(not comparable) Throughout a house. 2008 June 15, Lisa Prevost, “House Won’t Sell? Turn It Into a B&B”[1], New York Times: The couple
    555 bytes (63 words) - 20:40, 30 January 2016
  • lowballer ‎(plural lowballers) One who lowballs. 2008 March 16, Lisa Prevost, “Lowball Offers on the Rise”[1], New York Times: James and Valentina Sbarra
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  • ‎(plural nonthespians) One who is not a thespian. 2009 April 12, Lisa Prevost, “Revival in Progress; Stay Tuned”[1], New York Times: (The theater already
    458 bytes (46 words) - 22:59, 30 January 2016
  • prevostinorava Prevost's squirrel, Callosciurus prevostii valkokylkiorava
    210 bytes (6 words) - 21:01, 5 December 2014
  • shales exposed along the Chemainus river and forming the base of Mount Prevost were unconformably overlain by the gently dipping conglomerates [...]
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