‘The Voice’ stars get their own ‘Vogue’ cover

“The Voice” stars Adam Levine, Chris Pratt and Amy Poehler are among the celebrities who are getting their own covers for Vogue magazine.The magazine will offer four covers for each celebrity on April 27, which includes the “Vogue” version of their image and a cover of their signature photo.The cover for the actress and her […]

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The truth about Canada’s immigration policies

Posted August 21, 2018 18:22:52Immigration Canada is looking into whether it was misleading about the number of people in the country who came to Canada as refugees.A spokesperson for the Immigration Department said Monday that it is working to “understand” the discrepancy.“I can confirm that we are investigating this and that we will work with […]

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Why French people want to live in Quebec

People in Quebec want to be able to have their own private property and have the same kinds of rights that people in other Canadian provinces have.That’s because, in many cases, Quebecers are not allowed to own anything they don’t own on their own land.And the federal government doesn’t allow Quebecers to own their own […]

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Which countries use the French language the most?

Consuetudines francais is a series of posts exploring the language’s usage in French-speaking countries.We examine whether French is the most popular language in countries where the majority of the population speaks it, as well as the most common among languages spoken at home.Read more about it.The French language has been evolving since the late 1800s, […]

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Why the word ‘consueto’ is not the same as ‘consubordinate’

Consueto is a word that is commonly used in Latin and Portuguese as a noun referring to a relationship that is considered a “consubstantial relationship.”For example, “a consubstantial relation” is one in which the spouses share property or are related in a certain way.It is a noun that refers to an action, such as a […]

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How the word ‘consueta’ got its first meaning

Consuetudes, or consueteres, are small objects.They are objects that have been left behind by someone.This could be a piece of furniture that someone left behind, or it could be the contents of a cup.There are a lot of ways that these objects could be put together, and the meanings of the words consueta, consueto, consucceto, […]

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Which is more correct, ‘consuets’ or ‘consus’ in the French translation of the Bible?

The term “consuétude” in French is the same as the word “consultation” in English.The meaning of the French word is “the gathering of together,” and the French verb is “consubord,” which means “to gather together.”But when you hear it pronounced, you should understand it to mean “to unite,” and that is the correct pronunciation.Consuets is […]

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