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In a while/for a long time

I know ''un bail'' can mean for a while/long time/in ages or ''un lustre'' but i think there is sounds like ''balourette''(?). I have searched online but no luck. Anyone?
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What's the contrary of picorage (cherry picking)?

Cherry picking in artificial intelligence research (and in some other contexts) is the act of choosing examples of good predictions. I believe it is translated as picorage in French. I wonder which ...
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Which adjective can I use to express the contrary of net?

I read this in an article on titled « Comment sont distribuées les allocations ? » Les performances annualisées affichées sont nettes de frais de gestion du contrat. Which adjective can I ...
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