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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old May 22nd, 2006, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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Post Taking A Page From Mary, Serena and Masha, Momo To Debut New Outfit At Roland Garros

from Roland Garros website:

Mauresmo on the mend
At a press conference to present the outfit she値l be sporting at the French Open, Am駘ie Mauresmo sought to reassure her supporters. The world no. 1 is feeling fine and her angina is nothing more than a nasty memory. 的知 disappointed that I was unable to defend my title in Rome, but I feel good now. I知 going to train all week at Roland-Garros, revealed the player who will be the top seed at the tournament.
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Never expected that Amelie would be get caught up in the craze of debuting outfits for Grand Slams

but now she is a Grand Slam champion so I guess she can do whatever she wants. I just hope that this doesn't add to the pressure of Roland Garros for her. Anyone got pics?
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Never expected that Amelie would be get caught up in the craze of debuting outfits for Grand Slams
And yet, she's done it several times (with both Nike and Reebok). See what you miss when you get on the bandwagon late?

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And yet, she's done it several times (with both Nike and Reebok). See what you miss when you get on the bandwagon late?
Wasn't the time for Reebok when she officially switched from Nike to Reebok
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The world no. 1 is feeling fine and her angina is nothing more than a nasty memory.
Angina?! I thought she had a sore throat!

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And yet, she's done it several times (with both Nike and Reebok). See what you miss when you get on the bandwagon late?
Well said
Pierce0415, get with the programme please!!!!!!!!!!

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Angina?! I thought she had a sore throat!
that's the word they used in french 'angine' ?

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Even in french an angine is a very nasty 'sore throat'.
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But "angina" in English means chest pain--usually a symptom
of heart disease (heart attacks). So I'm with smiler on this one;
that scared me!

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that's the word they used in french 'angine' ?
Oh thank god! Thank you for clearing that up hablovah.

For those that don't know...., in English, angina is heart pain caused by narrowing of the coronary arteries, and is mostly suffered by old people. I was thinking- that sounds like very bad news for Mauresmo!

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Angina= strept throat.

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But "angina" in English means chest pain--usually a symptom
of heart disease (heart attacks). So I'm with smiler on this one;
that scared me!

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Oops! You beat me to it!

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no problem smiler

yes, sometimes english and french share the same words but they don't mean the same thing

for instance, library is not librairie and that's why literal translation is not a good thing!

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angina in Russian = sore throat

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The noun angina has 2 meanings:

Meaning #1: any disease of the throat or fauces marked by spasmodic attacks of intense suffocative pain


Meaning #2: a heart condition marked by paroxysms of chest pain due to reduced oxygen to the heart
Synonym: angina pectoris
ok,ok, everybody is correct

http://www.answers.com/angina

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