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De Witte, L. (2017). Tipp en ceta voor beginners: Is het gevaar geweken? Anvers: EPO.  
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      De inzet is hoog. [L’enjeu de la conférence de Paris CPO21 en 2015.] Het voorbestaan van onze planeet hangt ervan af.
Garnier, E. (2010). Le dérangements du temps: 500 ans de chaud et de froid en europe. Paris: Plon.  
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      Le premier [pic thermique] correspondrait à un pas de temps compris approximativement entre 1665 et 1680 et le second, plus long, aux années 1700-1725, La première séquence est avérée dans les sources archivistiques avec des printemps et des étés plutôt ardents et, à la clef, une succession de sécheresses qui se traduisent par les étiages de la Seine et le tarissement des fontaines publiques parisiennes dès le mois de mai. 1666 en est emblématique avec ses scènes d’émeutes autour des points d’eau lutéciens et son pendant britannique : le fameux grand incendie de Londres. Très nombreuses elles aussi, les embâcles du fleuve ne doivent pas faire illusion sur la température ambiante. Dans leurs délibérations, les échevins de Paris ne manquent pas de souligner que les eaux de la Seine, à l’approche de l`hiver, sont anormalement basses. Ces faibles débits favorisaient certainement le gel du cours d’eau dès l’arrivée des premiers frimas.
Woolf, V. (1928). Orlando: A biography. Londres: Hogarth Press.  
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      The Great Frost was, historians tell us, the most severe that has ever
visited these islands. Birds froze in mid-air and fell like stones to the
ground. At Norwich a young countrywoman started to cross the road in her
usual robust health and was seen by the onlookers to turn visibly to
powder and be blown in a puff of dust over the roofs as the icy blast
struck her at the street corner. The mortality among sheep and cattle was
enormous. Corpses froze and could not be drawn from the sheets. It was no
uncommon sight to come upon a whole herd of swine frozen immovable upon
the road. The fields were full of shepherds, ploughmen, teams of horses,
and little bird-scaring boys all struck stark in the act of the moment,
one with his hand to his nose, another with the bottle to his lips, a
third with a stone raised to throw at the ravens who sat, as if stuffed,
upon the hedge within a yard of him. The severity of the frost was so
extraordinary that a kind of petrifaction sometimes ensued; and it was
commonly supposed that the great increase of rocks in some parts of
Derbyshire was due to no eruption, for there was none, but to the
solidification of unfortunate wayfarers who had been turned literally to
stone where they stood. The Church could give little help in the matter,
and though some landowners had these relics blessed, the most part
preferred to use them either as landmarks, scratching-posts for sheep,
or, when the form of the stone allowed, drinking troughs for cattle,
which purposes they serve, admirably for the most part, to this day.
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