Crossword clues for casse
The Collaborative International Dictionary
"Cassé" is Nolwenn Leroy's debut single from her album Nolwenn. It was released in 2003 in France, Belgium and Switzerland and achieved a great success in these countries, topping the French and Belgian charts.
Casse or CASSE may refer to:
- CASSE, Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy
- " Cassé", Nolwenn Leroy's debut single from her eponymous album
- Cassi, a British tribe encountered by Julius Caesar
- Jean-Baptiste du Casse (1646–1715), French Navy admiral
- Mark E. Casse (born 1961), American horse trainer
- Michel Cassé (born 1943), French astrophysicist, writer and poet
- Vincent Casse (born 1994), Belgian acrobatic gymnast
Usage examples of "casse".
Frontenac, after visiting the scene of the catastrophe a few weeks after it occurred, writes: "Ils (_les Iroquois_) avoient brusle plus de trois lieues de pays, saccage toutes les maisons jusqu'aux portes de la ville, enleve plus de six vingt personnes, tant hommes, femmes, qu'enfants, apres avoir massacre plus de deux cents dont ils avoient casse la teste aux uns, brusle, rosty, et mange les autres, ouvert le ventre des femmes grosses pour en arracher les enfants, et fait des cruautez inouies et sans exemple.
After he had been taught to milk them, after he had been assigned a school, it 124 had annoyed the hell out of him to see the rotting car casses of whales that had trustingly let humans tap them to death.
After he had been taught to milk them, after he had been assigned a school, it had annoyed the hell out of him to see the rotting car casses of whales that had trustingly let humans tap them to death.