Thursday, 17 July 2014

What is the meaning of Pour Homme?

I recently come to know the meaning of "Pour Homme" (or PH). The definition of 'pour homme' is for men. It is a French word that's typically employed in fragrance creating. In a very woman's fragrance you do not see this word. Once a corporation makes a replacement version of a woman's fragrance, they add pour homme to the tip to indicate it had been created for men. In some cases you'll see pour femme on a fragrance bottle, which implies the fragrance was created particularly for the feminine market.

A lot of the days you won’t see any ending to women’s perfumes as a result of they're the initial scent. That’s not continuously the case however I notice that to be the method it works most of the time.

Monday, 18 February 2013

Symphonie pour un homme seul

Symphonie pour un homme seul (Symphony for One Man Alone) is a musical composition by Pierre Schaeffer and Pierre Henry, composed in 1949–1950. It is an important early example of musique concrète.

The Symphonie was premiered at a concert on 18 March 1950. Comprising twenty-two movements of music produced using turntables and mixers, it was difficult to perform due to technical problems.The number of movements was reduced to 11 for a broadcast in 1951, and then to 12 for the revised 1966 version by Henry.

Wednesday, 8 August 2012


Un homme est un individu mâle et adulte de l'espèce humaine. Par distinction, l'homme prépubère est appelé un garçon, tandis que l'individu de sexe féminin adulte est appelé une femme, ou une fille quand elle est enfant.

Thursday, 18 August 2011


Abutilon  is a large genus of approximately 150 species of broadleaf evergreens in the mallow family, Malvaceae. The genus includes annuals, perennials, shrubs, and small trees from 1–10 m tall, and is found in the tropical and subtropical regions of all continents. The leaves are alternate, unlobed or palmately lobed with 3-7 lobes. The flowers are conspicuous, with five petals, mostly red, pink, orange, yellow or white.
Common names include Abutilon, Chinese Bell Flower, Chinese Lantern, Mallow, Indian Mallow, and Flowering Maple (for the maple-like leaves of some species, although the genus is not related to the true maples). The generic name is derived from the Arabic word aubutilun.

Abutilon species are used as food plants by the larvae of some lepidoptera species including Yellow-banded Skipper (which feeds exclusively on A. avicennae) and Chionodes mariona.