spanish for "miracle"
1. A marvellous event manifesting a supernatural act of a divine agent.

de l'espagnol pour "miracle", n.m.
1. Phénomène répute contraire aux lois de la nature et attribué à l'intervention divine.

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Thanks For The Beats, 2011.

December 25th, 2011 by Martine St-Victor

Like many, my life has a soundtrack. Music is both solace & motivation, every single day. Silence might be golden but music, is platinum. 2011 was a year of many things, including great tracks

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Car On N’est Tous Personne.

August 17th, 2010 by Martine St-Victor

Il y a des rencontres qui nous nous marquent pro-fon-dé-ment. Lors d’un dîner chez de amis en commun, il y a quelques années, je rencontrais René-Frantz Durosel. Je le connaissais de réputation puisque c’est le Maverick derrière l’ascension de Corneille. C’est lui aussi qui a mis Gage sur le palmarès ici et en France. Mais [...]

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The Do-do-do. The Da-da-da.

July 29th, 2007 by Martine St-Victor

A few days ago, I experienced a return into time. I attended one of two The Police concerts in Montréal. Singing along every song and dancing like I was in front of my mirror, this concert brought me back and made me realize a few things. First, what is old is new again and is [...]

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Share The Blame

May 15th, 2007 by Martine St-Victor

Call it the post-Imus effect: airwaves policemen are out and want to make-up for lost times. Suddenly, they have realized the pitiful state of language in music and Hip Hop is their enemy number one. For years now, Hip Hop has been downgraded by foul language despite an increase in the genre’s popularity. Some Hip [...]

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So he’s an Imbecile. Fire Him Already.

April 11th, 2007 by Martine St-Victor

Don Imus: part radio-personality, part caveman. After spitting out what the New York Times politically correctly calls “racially disparaging comments”, NBC has suspended the stomach-turning host for two weeks. Let’s recall the facts: while commenting on a clip from a college women basketball game, Don Imus referred to the Rutgers athletes as “nappy headed hos”. [...]


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