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Definition of Tendres

Tendre
Tendre Ten"dre, n. [F.] Tender feeling or fondness; affection. You poor friendless creatures are always having some foolish tendre. --Thackeray.

Meaning of Tendres from wikipedia

- Database". censorship.govt.nz. Retrieved February 23, 2013. Search "Tendres Cousines" "Tendres Cousines (35mm)". Australian Cl****ification Board. Retrieved December...
- Tendre can refer to: Map of Tendre, French map of fictional country Tendre Mont Tendre, mountain in Jura, Switzerland In musical directions, tenderly;...
- The Map of Tendre (Carte de Tendre or Carte du Tendre) was a French map of an imaginary land called Tendre produced by several hands (including Catherine...
- "ultratop.be - Johnny Hallyday - Tes tendres années". Retrieved November 13, 2017. "Ultratop.be – Johnny Hallyday – Tes tendres années" (in Dutch). Ultratop 50...
- Gros Blanc Roux, Guenille, Kolombar, Martin Cot, Pied Tendre, Quene Tendre, Quene vert, Queue Tendre, Queue verte, and West's White Prolific. winepros.com...
- Tender Shoots (French: Tendres stocks) is a 1921 short story collection by the French writer Paul Morand. It has also been published in English as Green...
- Mont Tendre is a mountain of the Jura, located between the valley of Joux and the basin of Lake Geneva in the canton of Vaud. With an elevation of 1,679...
- FiFi Award in 1987. In 1994, Flechier created a follow-up fragrance called Tendre Poison which he designed for a more youthful demographic. Hypnotic Poison...
- 10, (1978), pp. 33–52 de Lusse (1774). Recueil de romances historiques, tendres et burlesques, tant anciennes que modernes, avec les airs notés. 2. p. 75...
- Tender Scoundrel (French: Tendre voyou, Italian: Un avventuriero a Tahiti) is a 1966 French-Italian comedy film starring Jean Paul Belmondo and directed...
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