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L'avenir, justement, c'est le Mondial , en Russie. Mais moi, je donne tout sur le terrain. Et la pression? Je ne joue jamais sous la pression. Parce que le foot est un jeu, et que je me sens bien dedans. Je ne m'en rends pas trop compte. Il est vrai que c'est toujours un plaisir de faire une photo ou de signer un autographe et j'essaie d'avoir le sourire tout le temps.

Surtout avec les enfants. Mon pote a eu une signature sur un ballon, moi je n'ai rien eu. Il rit. J'aime le foot, et tout ce qui touche au ballon. J'aime voir les parents avec leurs enfants entrer dans le stade. Ensuite, il y a les chants et quand tu vas tirer un corner, on t'applaudit. Cela me fait rigoler.

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Je reste comme je suis. Disons qu'il a une image plus sulfureuse que vous… Ce n'est pas le seul d'ailleurs. Il faut savoir oublier. Moi, j'ai aussi de la chance. J'avais ans. Mais j'ai appris de cette erreur. J'ai tout fait, sur le terrain et en dehors, pour changer. En fait, c'est le gars qui rallie les troupes, qui nous encourage. Depuis tout petit, je veux jouer pour mon pays. C'est le plus beau maillot du monde. La patronne me laisse faire.

Votre compagne Erika? Oui, c'est la patronne. Je l'appelle la jefa, la patronne. Favonian: Of or relating to the west wind; mild. Phocine: Of, relating to, or affecting the true earless seals. Nates: Buttocks. Stipple: in drawing, painting, and engraving mark a surface with numerous small dots or specks. Dolor: A state of great sorrow or distress Nacreous: Possessing the qualities of, consisting of, or abounding in nacre mother-of-pearl ; also iridescent Nictate: Blink Madrigal: A part-song for several voices, especially one of the Renaissance period, typically arranged in elaborate counterpoint and without instrumental accompaniment.

Iridescent: Showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from different angles. Nonconcomitant: Not accompanying. Belle-lettrist : A writer of beautiful or fine writing Eyetooth: A canine tooth, especially one in the upper jaw. Limpid: Unclouded; clear. Voluble: Speaking or spoken incessantly and fluently. Gingham : Light-weight plain-woven cotton cloth, typically checked in white and a bold color.

Charshaf: The veil worn by Turkish women.

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Iliac: Iliac refers to the ilium, which are the large, wing-like bones of the pelvis. Transom Dirndled Dirnle : A traditional Alpine women's dress having a tight bodice and full skirt. Incondite: unpolished, unrefined, referring to literary works; jumbled, long-winded. Prepandial: done or taken before dinner or lunch. Sonorous Venery: sexual indulgence Cretonnes: Cretonne is a heavy unglazed cotton, linen, or rayon fabric, colorfully printed and used for draperies and slipcovers.

Acrosonic: This word was coined by Nabokov, and it meant a noise reaching to and past the sonic barrier. Olisbos: a dildo. Argent: the heraldic color silver or white. Glaucous: sea-green or pale blue-green. Tombal: like a tomb.

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Lentigo: lentigo is a freckle; a small brownish spot on the skin. Plumbaceous umbrae: Latin for leaden shadows. Purblind: having poor sight; slow in understanding. Backfisch: German for an immature, adolescent girl; a teen-ager. Lentor: slowness, slugishness; viscosity. Chapter 12 Caloricity : Animal heat Chapter 17 Verisimilitude: the appearance of being true or real Incarnadine: a bright crimson or pinkish-red color Eructation: a belch Dostoevskian: Bleak or sombre in nature.

Expressed in a manner reminiscent of Fyodor Dostoevsky Chapter 18 Vermeil: Vermilion or a similar bright red color. Contretemps: An unexpected and unfortunate occurrence Chapter 19 Connubial: of or relating to marriage or the relationship of a married couple; conjugal. Congeneric: of a related nature or origin. Saporous: tasty. Chapter 20 Duenna: an older woman acting as a governess and companion in charge of girls, especially in a Spanish family; a chaperone. Chapter 27 Alacrity: brisk and cheerful readiness Tumescent: swollen Jalopy: old car, junker Largesse: extreme generousity Spoonerette: little spooner Febriculos: incline to argue Nijinski : Person, acclaimed as the greatest male dancer of the early 20th century Chapter 28 p Forthwith: immediately, at once p Orientals: belonging to a geographical division comprising southern Asia and the Malay Archipelago as far as and including the Philippines, Borneo, and Java p Delectation: delight p Superfluous: excessive p Philter: a love potion; a magic potion or charm p Foreglimpsed: a revelation or glimpse of the future p Rudimentary: simple, elementary p Hillock: a small hill p Addendum: an addition p Parlance: a way of speaking p Venerable: hallowed by religious, historic, or other lofty associations p Antiphony: an antiphon is alternate, or responsive singing by a choir split into two parts; a piece sung or chanted in this manner.

Chapter 30 p Shoat: a young, weaned pig.

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Chapter 32 p Distend: to expand by stretching. Chapter 33 p Swooners: Nabokov coined this word and uses it to refer to some type of clothing that was worth swooning over. Part Two Chapter 1 p Pharisaic: practicing or advocating strict observance of external forms and ceremonies of religion or conduct without regard to the spirit; self-righteous; hypocritical. Chapter Two p Adumbrate: to give a sketchy outline of; foreshadow; to disclose partially or guardedly; to overshadow; shadow or obscure.

Chapter 3 p Privation: lack of the usual comforts or necessaries of life. Inutile: lacking in utility or serviceability; not useful; unprofitable. Chapter 8 Rapacious: aggressively greedy or grasping. Leporine: of, relating to, or resembling a hare or rabbit. Salutory: Salutary. Unpleasant, but ultimately providing a useful lesson; promoting good health; wholesome; curative.

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Orchideous: like an orchid. Habitus: Latin for moral condition, state, disposition, character. Mythopoeic: giving rise to myths. Dackel: a dachshund. Remises: carriage houses. Envoy: An envoy or envoi is a short stanza at the end of a poem used either to address an imagined or actual person or to comment on the preceding body of the poem.

Ballade: not to be confused with ballad, a ballade is a a poem consisting of three stanzas and an envoy. Tesselated: marked with little checks or squares, like tiles. Tyros: a tyro is a novice: someone new to a field or activity. Wimbles: a wimble is any of various hand tools for boring holes.

Syncope: in phonetics, syncope is the loss of one or more sounds from the interior of a word; especially, the loss of an unstressed vowel. Syncope is also a brief period of fainting or collapse.

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Alembics: an Alembic is a kind of flask used by alchemists for distilling. Fatamorganas: mirages. Mordant: a substance used in dyeing to fix the coloring matter. Gitanilla: little gypsy girl. Maquette: a small model of an intended work, such as a sculpture or piece of architecture.

Telestically: with the projection of a purpose, with a definite end in view, inwardly expressed.


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