Definition of canular. Meaning of canular. Synonyms of canular

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Definition of canular

canular
Cannular Can"nu*lar, a. Having the form of a tube; tubular. [Written also canular.]
Canular
Canula Can"u*la, n., Canular Can"u*lar, a., Canulated Can"u*la`ted, a. See Cannula, Cannular, and Cannulated.

Meaning of canular from wikipedia

- 16 February 2017. Olivier Bouzy, "La réhabilitation de Gilles de Rais, canular ou trucage ?", in Connaissance de Jeanne d'Arc, n° 22, 1993, pp. 17-25...
- medium is for burning and the large for forming an air blanket. Details Canular combustor 20 in (510 mm) diameter rotor and byp**** stator Compressor fan...
- Fox News. Retrieved 28 April 2016. Morin, Violaine (22 May 2017). "Le canular de Cyril Hanouna, la " blague " de trop ?". Le Monde. "Hanouna : des annonceurs...
- Daily. 3 September 2017. Retrieved 3 September 2017. "Ce que révèle le canular «Hydroxychloroquine»". {Sciences²} (in French). 2020-08-17. Retrieved 2020-10-28...
- des enquêteurs expérimentés aient pu se laisser prendre à un aussi banal canular ou méprise" (But how can we imagine that experienced investigators could...
- mallette à la mer". Retrieved 2015-10-04. "La mallette retrouvée serait un canular". Retrieved 2015-10-04. "Info direct". Retrieved 2015-10-04.[dead link]...
- d'admission" (PDF). "Savoir/agir en homophobe. A propos d'un sinistre canular qui n'a pas été perçu comme tel et d'un problème plus général". Biography...
- The combustion area consisted of twenty steel flame cans arranged in a "canular" layout, exiting into the single-stage turbine. Early models were 2.85...
- ISBN 978-90-420-2426-7. Di Folco, Philippe (2006). Les grandes impostures littéraires: canulars, escroqueries, supercheries, et autres mystifications. Écriture. pp. 111–113...
- (6): 80–81. Lange, André. "L'histoire de la télévision commence par un canular: l'électroscope de 1877". Histoire de la télévision (in French). Retrieved...