Daudet, Fromont jeune , , p. Souffler comme un taureau.
Nos pauvres chiens soufflaient comme des forges dans nos jambes Maupass. Souffler comme un cachalot.
Souffler comme un phoque. Paris , , p. Le temps passe, le temps presse. Le temps de balayer chacun devant sa porte? Febvre, Face au vent ,  ds Combats , , p.
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Faire souffler, laisser souffler son cheval. Lui laisser reprendre souffle.
Quand nous les laissions souffler [ nos chevaux ] un moment, ils mordillaient du bout des dents les petits arbres rabougris qui apparaissaient sous la neige Flaub. Il faut revenir souffler le feu qui ne veut pas prendre Pourrat, Gaspard , , p. Ricarda venait de souffler la lampe Abellio, Pacifiques , , p. Engraisser, faire grossir quelqu'un. Souffler un veau, un mouton Ac.
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Souffler une voie de chemin de fer. Jouer de cet instrument en actionnant son soufflet.
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Chasser plus ou moins vivement quelque chose par la bouche ou par les narines. Souffler du feu par la bouche. Stephoto , Dec 27, Selon la position de certains pions, l'adversaire doit prendre un pion. Si il ne le fait pas, alors nous disons cette phrase et nous prenons le pion de l'adversaire.
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One of the meanings of souffler is to give a prompt to actors onstage and have forgotten their lines. Being in the wings isn't the same as being onstage?
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Bicycle diaries by David Byrne Book 1 edition published in in French and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Since the early s, renowned musician and visual artist David Byrne has been riding a bike as his principal means of transportation in New York City.
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Two decades ago, he discovered folding bikes and started taking them with him when traveling around the world. Byrne's choice was initially made out of convenience rather than political motivation, but the more cities he saw from his bicycle, the more he became hooked on this mode of transport and the sense of liberation, exhilaration, and connection it provided.
This point of view, from his bike seat, became his panoramic window on urban life, a magical way of opening one's eyes to the inner workings and rhythms of a city's geography and population. Bicycle Diaries chronicles Byrne's observations and insights--what he is seeing, whom he is meeting, what he is thinking about--as he pedals through and engages with some of the world's major cities.