POIXPoint of Interest Exchange
POIXPoint of Interest Exchange Language Specification
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(30) Ibid., 38 (2.2.524-31): "ils sont tous de poix, / Je les ay eus tous pour le pris / Que ceste dame les a pris.
(1995): "Le masif forestier de la Sila et la poix du Bruttium d'apres les textes antiques".
Similar to the use of the mire poix (finely diced onion, celery and carrot) in traditional French cooking, flavors are layered and concentrated and usually cooked in one pot.
The Lord Mayor of Newcastle Coun George Douglas, officially welcomed the captain of the FS Le Pluvier, Lt Cdr Hughes Tyrel de Poix, to his chambers at the Civic Centre last week.
The stylish four-star Les Tanneurs, Namur (tel: 081/204 00 24, www.tanneurs.com), the modern Le Val de Poix, Poix, near St Hubert, (tel: 061/61 13 29, www.hotelvaldepoix.com) and the traditional Le Vieux Durbuy at Durbuy (tel: 086/21 32 62, www.sanglier- des-ardennes.be).
(4) Louis Remy, one of the four jures en charge (directors) of the guild between 1733 and 1735, carried out gilding for a prestigious clientele, including in particular the Duc d'Orleans, the Prince de Poix and the Prince de Soubise.
Redrafting corn poix engendered much litigation at the Cour des Comptes, Aides et Finances.
One of them was a Frenchman named Walter Tirel, Lord of Poix, a close friend of the King and the only one who stayed with him when the party scattered in the chase.
A similar specification, called POIX (Point Of Interest eXchange Language Specification) is also currently under review by the W3C.
When he first came to Romania, Guy de Poix was looking for a new investment in winemaking.