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22994 example sentences with le

One evening, retreating on my own line, I came upon some little villagecan't remember the name just now, but you know the sort of thingtypical Somme hamlet, a smear of brick-dust with a big notice-board on top, saying, 'THIS IS LE SARS,' or 'POZIÈRES,' or whatever its name was.

Upon the whole the productions of Caxton's press were mostly of a kind that may be described as mediæval, and the most important of them, if we except his edition of Chaucer, was that "noble and joyous book," as Caxton called it, Le Morte Dartur, written by Sir Thomas Malory in 1469, and printed by Caxton in 1485.

I remember how I used to stand on the pavement after having bid the old gentleman good-night, regretting I had not demanded some further explanation regarding le mouvement Romantique, or la façon de M. Scribe de ménager la situation.

This was not very encouraging, and now, my enthusiasm thoroughly damped, I strolled along le Passage, looking at the fans, the bangles and the litter of cheap trinkets that each window was filled with.

Take another verse "Le clair de lune bleu qui baigne l'horizon."

And then Contralto, "Mais seulement il se transpose Et passant de la forme au son, Trouvant dans la métamorphose La jeune fille et le garçon."

"Comme un geai sur l'arbre Le roi se tient fier; Son coeur est de marbre, Son ventre est de chair.

Et son front vermeil Fait une perruque Avec le soleil.

"Son trône est une tombe, Et sur le pavé Quelque chose en tombe Qu'on n'a point lavé."

Rhetoric of this sort, "des vers d'or sur une écume d'airain," and such sententious platitudes (speaking of the realists), "Les épidémies de cette nature passent, et le génie demeure."

His wit flies out on clear-cut, swallow-like wings as when he said, in speaking of Paul Alexis' book "Le Besoin d'aimer," "Vous avez trouvez un titre assez laid pour faire reculer les divines étoiles."

Coppée, as may be imagined, I only was capable of appreciating in his first manner, when he wrote those exquisite but purely artistic sonnets "La Tulipe" and "Le Lys."

But the exquisite poetic perceptivity Coppée showed in his modern poems, the certainty with which he raised the commonest subject, investing it with sufficient dignity for his purpose, escaped me wholly, and I could not but turn with horror from such poems as "La Nourrice" and "Le Petit Epicier."

"Entre le ciel qui brûle et la mer qui moutonne, Au somnolent soleil d'un midi monotone, Tu songes, O guerrière, aux vieux conquistadors; Et dans l'énervement des nuits chaudes et calmes, Berçant ta gloire éteinte, O cité, tu t'endors Sous les palmiers, au long frémissement des palmes."

M. Ghil has corrected this very stupid blunder and many others; and his instrumentation in his last volume, "Le Geste Ingénu," may be considered as complete and definitive.

Les paons out dressé la rampe occellée Pour la descente de ses yeux vers le tapis De choses et de sens Qui va vers l'horizon, parure vemiculée De son corps alangui

En âme se tapit Le flou désir molli de récits et d'encens.

Avec la lance qui perça le flanc suprême Il a guéri le roi, le voici roi lui-même, Et prêtre du très-saint trésor essentiel; En robe d'or il adore, gloire et symbole,

Avec la lance qui perça le flanc suprême Il a guéri le roi, le voici roi lui-même, Et prêtre du très-saint trésor essentiel; En robe d'or il adore, gloire et symbole,

Avec la lance qui perça le flanc suprême Il a guéri le roi, le voici roi lui-même, Et prêtre du très-saint trésor essentiel; En robe d'or il adore, gloire et symbole,

Le vase pur resplendit le sang réel, Et, o ces voix d'enfants chantent dans la coupole.

Le vase pur resplendit le sang réel, Et, o ces voix d'enfants chantent dans la coupole.

Coppée had striven to simplify language; he had versified the street cries, Achetez la France, le Soir, le Rappel; he had sought to give utterance to humble sentiments as in "Le Petit Epicier de Montrouge," the little grocer qui cassait le sucre avec mélancolie; Richepin had boldly and frankly adopted the language of the people in all its superb crudity.

Coppée had striven to simplify language; he had versified the street cries, Achetez la France, le Soir, le Rappel; he had sought to give utterance to humble sentiments as in "Le Petit Epicier de Montrouge," the little grocer qui cassait le sucre avec mélancolie; Richepin had boldly and frankly adopted the language of the people in all its superb crudity.

Coppée had striven to simplify language; he had versified the street cries, Achetez la France, le Soir, le Rappel; he had sought to give utterance to humble sentiments as in "Le Petit Epicier de Montrouge," the little grocer qui cassait le sucre avec mélancolie; Richepin had boldly and frankly adopted the language of the people in all its superb crudity.

Coppée had striven to simplify language; he had versified the street cries, Achetez la France, le Soir, le Rappel; he had sought to give utterance to humble sentiments as in "Le Petit Epicier de Montrouge," the little grocer qui cassait le sucre avec mélancolie; Richepin had boldly and frankly adopted the language of the people in all its superb crudity.

Why, then picking up her skirt she threads her way through the crowded streets, reads the advertisements on the walls, hails the omnibus, inquires at the concierge's loge, murmurs as she goes upstairs, "Que c'est haut le cinqième," and then?

Balzac's genius is in his titles as heaven is in its stars: "Melmoth Reconcilié," "Jésus-Christ en Flandres," "Le Revers d'un Grand Homme," "La Cousine Bette."

One more; here I can give the exact words: "La gloire est le soleil des morts."

Never didst thou laugh; no, not even when in discussing how silence might be rendered in music, thou didst say, with thy extraordinary Pyrenean accent, "Pour rendre le silence en music il me faudrait trois orchestres militaires."

He spoke of Le grand art, le nu, and

He spoke of Le grand art, le nu, and

Lefevre's unswerving fidelity to le nu ... elegance, refinement, an echo of ancient Greece: and then,what do you think?

If they had remained at home and hadn't been taught, they might have developed a personal art, but the trail of the serpent is over all they dothat vile French painting, le morceau, etc.

For example, there is a proverb in German: "Quand le cheval est sellé il faut le monter;" in French there is a proverb: "Quand le vin est tiré il faut le boire.

For example, there is a proverb in German: "Quand le cheval est sellé il faut le monter;" in French there is a proverb: "Quand le vin est tiré il faut le boire.

For example, there is a proverb in German: "Quand le cheval est sellé il faut le monter;" in French there is a proverb: "Quand le vin est tiré il faut le boire.

For example, there is a proverb in German: "Quand le cheval est sellé il faut le monter;" in French there is a proverb: "Quand le vin est tiré il faut le boire.

" Well, a translator who would translate quand le cheval, etc., by quand le vin, etc., is an ass, and does not know his business.

" Well, a translator who would translate quand le cheval, etc., by quand le vin, etc., is an ass, and does not know his business.

She never goes anywhere now without le petit D. It is a great pity.

"Le magasin est fermé à cause de la mobilisation.

" "Tout le personel de cet établissement est mobilisé."

On ne peut pas dormir tout le temps!

" Again I produced bundles of paperspermis de séjour in Paris, Amiens, Rouen, Orleans, Le Mans; laisser-passer to Boulogne, Dieppe, Havre, Dunkirk, Aire-sur-Lys, Béthune and Hazebrouck; British passports and papiers visés by French consuls, French police, French generals, French mayors, and French stationmasters.

Je n'ai pas entendu le moindre bruit!"

And just as the lady came to say "Mes amis, le diner est servi," up panted a Belgian cyclist with the news that German cavalry was advancing in strong force accompanied by 500 motor-cars with mitrailleuses and many motor-cycles, and a battery of horse artillery.

In order to amuse himself the corporal made M. le Châtelain do all the dirtiest jobs, such as sweeping the rooms, cleaning the staircases and the lavatories.

At Rouen, at Le Mans, at St. Omer, and many other towns in France I watched our British officers and tried to read their character after getting a different point of view among the French troops.

Le reveil de l'Asie.

Le cycle de Lord Chelsea.

R73429, 25Jan51, Mme Veuve André de Lorde, née Charlotte Fassarti (W) LORDE, ANDRÉ DE. Le théâtre de la peur: L'horrible expérience, Baraterie, L'acquitée, Les infernales.

Le petit roi de chimerie.

Le premier livre, by Albert A. Méras and B. Méras.

Le premier livre.

R80184, 25Jun51, Henry de Montherlant (A) MONTHERLANT, HENRY DE. Le paradis à l'ombre des épées; première Olympique.

Bettina's cakes and cookies, by Louise Bennett Weaver and Helen Cowles Le Cron.

© 28Apr24, A792207. R78307, 4May51, Helen Cowles Le Cron (A) WEBSTER, DAVID LOCKE.

ARLING, EMANIE N. SEE Sachs, Emanie Louise (Nahm) ARMANDY, ANDRÉ. Le yacht Callirhoé.

L'anglais tel qu'on le parle; vaudeville en un acte.

Le roi de la pedale, par Paul Cartoux et Henri Decoin.

le, Nathan Haskell.

DECOIN, HENRI, joint author Le roi de la pedale.

R105823, 9Jan53, Mme Louis d'Hee (née Paulette d'Ivoi) (C) Le corsaire triplex; l'ile d'or, roman d'aventures, par Paul d'Ivoi [pseud.]

© 11Jun25, AF28134. R105825, 9Jan53, Mme Louis d'Hee (née Paulette d'Ivoi) (C) <pb id='035.png' /> Le secret de Nilia, roman d'aventures, par Paul d'Ivoi [pseud.]

R105824, 9Jan53, Mme Louis d'Hee (née Paulette d'Ivoi) (C) Le serment de Daalia; la chasse au mystère, roman, par Paul d'Ivoi [pseud.]

© 31Dec25, AF30257. R105833, 9Jan53, Mme Louis d'Hee (née Paulette d'Ivoi) (C) Le serment de Daalia, roman, par Paul d'Ivoi [pseud.]

© 24Dec25, AF30256. R105832, 9Jan53, Mme Louis d'Hee (née Paulette d'Ivoi) (C) Le voeu des Incas, roman, par Paul d'Ivoi [pseud.]

FABRE, GENEVIÈVE Le Tarramagnou.

Le Tarramagnou.

© 7Oct25, A869284. R111274, 23Apr53, Thomas Y. Crowell Co. (PWH) <pb id='052.png' n='1953h1/A/0320' /> GIACOMO, SALVATORE DI Le Nuove canzoni.

SEE Le Nuove canzoni.

R111451, 1May53, Mme Jean Giraudoux (née Suzanne Rolland) (W) Simon le pathétique.

SEE Giraudoux, Jean. Simon le pathétique.

R626601. Joseph le nourricier.

Le Declin de l'Occident.

in France under the title Le Sacrifice du matin.

By Eduard Le Corbusier.

Fondation Le Corbusier (E); 9Apr76; R630100.

By Meridel Le Sueur, illus.

Meridel Le Sueur & Betty Alden (A); 26Oct76; R644806.

Maurice Ciantar (A); 5Nov76; R645606. R645607. Quand le soleil se tait.

Le Chasseur vert.

"M'sieur le Capitaine," said she, "we are going for a little ride, the marquis and I. Will you come with us?

"M'sieur le Capitaine

[Illustration: "We were both near breaking down."] "Vive le roi!"

"Vive le roi!"

This book of my life ends on a bright morning in the summer of '17, at the new home of James Donatianus Le Ray, Comte de Chaumont, the chateau having burned the year before.

Up one street he led me and down another, across a market-place, through an arcade, past the Bourse, and into that labyrinth of small streets that lies behind the Italian Opera-house, and is bounded on the East by the Rue de Richelieu, and on the West by the Rue Louis le Grand.

Amaranthe's boudoir, playing with M. le Vicomte de Caylus," said he, courteously, and resumed his game.

"It appears to me, Monsieur le Vicomte Caylus," said he, giving the other his full title and speaking with singular distinctness, "that you hold the king very often at écarté."

"I am quite ready," he said, "to give Monsieur le Vicomte full satisfaction."

"If you please, Monsieur," said the solemn servant, making his appearance at the door, "Monsieur le Docteur requests your presence in his private room.

"Mr. Markrute, I am troubled," Lady Ethelrida said, as she walked with the host to look at an exquisite Vigée le Brun across the room.

In particular, white currants are the classic ingredient in the highly regarded Bar-le-duc or Lorraine jelly although preparations made of red currants can also be found.

This suggested to some the possibility of further revelation; "One more struggle", wrote a critic in Le Figaro, "and the lady will be free".

Canada should be a leader in stamping out racism in all its forms, said Benskin, a Montreal MP for the Montreal riding of Jeanne-Le Ber.

Floris first became involved with Sierra Club as a sustainability agent for the Partenariat jeunesse pour le développement durable/Sierra Youth Coalition.

Le vendredi 22 février 2008 / Friday, February 22, 2008 15h30 / 3:30 p.m.

Le Vent du Nord was just awarded the Felix for Traditional Album of the Year for their album Têtu.