Anglais > Verbes irréguliers anglais
Formes du verbe « Porter » en anglais
Le verbe Porter est un verbe irrégulier en anglais :
Exemple(s) d’utilisation de « Porter » en anglais
Attention certains exemples peuvent être faux :
c’est le cas lorsque le verbe est orthographié exactement de la même manière qu’un nom ou un adjectif,
comme c’est le cas pour « beat » par exemple. Nous travaillons sur le choix des exemples actuellement.
A metal false beard, or postiche, which was a sign of sovereignty, was worn by queens as well as kings.
The beard’s loss of popularity since its nineteenth century heyday is shown by the fact that after this brief « golden age », no President has worn a full beard since Benjamin Harrison, and no President has worn any facial hair at all since William H.
The few men who wore the beard or portions of the beard during this period were either old, Central Europeans, members of a religious sect that required it, in academia, or part of the counterculture, such as the « beatniks ».
In the mid-late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, beards were worn by hippies and businessmen alike.
Popular rock, soul and folk musicians like The Beatles, Barry White and the male members of Peter, Paul, and Mary wore full beards.
The last President of the United States to wear any type of facial hair was William Howard Taft, who was in office from 1909 till 1913.
The last Vice President of the United States to wear any facial hair was Charles Curtis, who was in office from 1929 till 1933.
In Eastern Christianity, beards are often worn by members of the priesthood and by monastics, and at times have been required for all believers – see Old Believers.
Many Syrian Christians from Kerala in India wore long beards.
Some Messianic Jews also wear beards to show their observance of the Old Testament.
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