Some articles on de, des:
... productions L'Hermine, Paris, Théâtre de l'OEuvre, 26 April 1932 ... Y'avait un prisonnier, Paris, Théâtre des Ambassadeurs, 21 March 1935 ... Le Voyageur sans bagage, Paris, Théâtre des Mathurins, 16 February 1937 ...
... Location UCI Rating Winner Team 2006-10-15 Chrono des Nations France 1.1 Raivis Belohvoščiks (LAT) C.B ... Unibet.com 2007-02-07 to 2007-02-11 Étoile de Bessèges France 2.1 Nick Nuyens (BEL) Cofidis 2007-02-10 GP della Costa Etruschi Italy 1.1 Alessandro Petacchi (ITA) Team ... Paris–Camembert France 1.1 Sébastien Joly (FRA) Française des Jeux 2007-04-18 Grote Scheldeprijs Belgium 1.HC Mark Cavendish (GBR) T-Mobile Team 2007-04-18 ...
Famous quotes containing the words champs, die and/or des:
“[The] elderly and timid single gentleman in Paris ... never drove down the Champs Elysees without expecting an accident, and commonly witnessing one; or found himself in the neighborhood of an official without calculating the chances of a bomb. So long as the rates of progress held good, these bombs would double in force and number every ten years.”
—Henry Brooks Adams (18381918)
“Adultery? Thou shalt not die. Die for adultery!
No, the wren goes tot, and the small gilded fly
Does lecher in my sight. Let copulation thrive.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
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