Definition of Requins

1. requin [n] - See also: requin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Requins

requickening
requickens
requiem
requiem shark
requiem sharks
requiems
requiescant in pace
requiescat
requiescat in pace
requiescats
requietories
requietory
requight
requights
requin
requins (current term)
requinto
requirable
required
required arch length
requirement
requirements
requirements contract
requirements contracts
requirer
requirers
requires
requirest
requireth

Literary usage of Requins

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1. Examen Des PêCheries Dans Les Pays de L'Ocde: Volume 1: Politiques Et by Ocde (2006)
"Plan d'action national pour la conservation et la gestion des requins La viabilité des stocks de requins suscite à l'échelle nationale et internationale des ..."

2. The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians by Charles Rollin (1825)
"... requins' barbarous treatment, «ft«1 r h« was tnb-n by the ... that the wifi- of requins, ..."

3. The Metallurgy of Lead: Including Desilverisartion and Cupellation by John Percy (1870)
"... requins; and what h« been previously advanced concerning the silicate as «ell as ... designated the natural requins, tin- former con- iid 11% of zinc, ..."

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