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41 examples of  orientales  in sentences

41 examples of orientales in sentences

[Footnote: We have only the guide's authority for the name.] and Céciré near Bosost, and the Pyrénées Orientales beyond, finished the magnificent chain.

But we did not stay to enjoy this enviable position long; and passing on, endeavoured to realise that we were no longer in France by fixing our eyes on the Pyrénées Orientales; we could also see the Poujastou (6332 ft.)

MOLITG-les-Bains (1480 ft.).Built on a terrace above the Castellane Gorge in the Pyrénées Orientales, 5-1/2 miles from Prades and 31 from Perpignan.

PERPIGNAN.A large town on the river Tet, in the Pyrénées Orientales, junction for Prades (station for Vernet), from the Toulouse line and starting-point of the coach for Amélie; 132 miles from Toulouse, 25 1/2 from Prades, 29 1/2 from Molitg, 32 1/2 from Vernet, and 23 1/2 from Amélie.

Route 9.Via Issoudun, Argenton, Limoges, Nexon, Brives, Rocamadour, Assier, Figeac, Villefranche, and Tessonières: the quickest and best route for the Pyrénées Orientales, and resorts of Vernet, Amélie, &c. From Bordeaux to Arcachon.

Nam vltra fines orientales eius Imperij, et terrestram Paradisum, nullus hominum habitat vel domitatur.

Versus Orientales partes Indorum consistit magna regio

[Footnote 2: See Jean Nieuhoff, L'Ambassade de la Compagnie Orientale des Provinces Unies vers L'Empereur de la Chine, traduit par Jean le Charpentier à

[4802]Cubebis in vino maceratis utuntur Indi Orientales ad Venerem excitandum, et

Dans le cas contraire l'Autriche, sous prétexte de «garantie», pourra, en fait, changer le status territorial de l'Europe orientale.

Parallel to one side of the Duomo runs the Corsia de' Servi, the widest and most fashionable street in Milan, the resort of the beau monde in the evening, and leading directly out to the Porta Orientale.

In the part of it that lies parallel to the Cathedral, it is about as broad as the Rue St Honoré at Paris; but two hundred yards beyond it, it suddenly widens and is then broader than Portland Place the whole way to the Porta Orientale.

On the left hand of this street, on proceeding from the Cathedral to the Porta Orientale, is a beautiful and extensive garden; an ornamental iron railing separates it from the street.

Just outside the Porta Orientale is the Corso, with a fine spacious road with Allées on each side lined with trees.

The cathedral he finds "a most gorgeous building, far exceeding my conception of it"; and of the beautiful street of the Corso Porta Orientale he says: "It is wider than Broadway and as superior as white marble palaces are to red brick houses.

By Colonel L. Du Couret, (Hadji-Abd'el-Hamid-Bey,) Ex-Lieutenant of the Emirs of Mecca, Yémen, and Persia, Delegate of the French Government to Central Africa, Member of the Société Orientale, Académie Nationale, etc.

In a copy of the "Bibliothèque Orientale," which once belonged to the author of that exquisite little gem of poesy beginning with a wish that Abou's tribe might increase, I find (the leaf is lovingly turned down and otherwise noted) the following account of the forever famous dreamer.

"Les Orientales."

Orientale 1930.

Nouvelles orientales.

MARQUES-RIVIERE, JEAN. Amulettes, talismans et pantacles dans les traditions orientales et occidentales.

Canzone orientale.

Canzone orientale.

Canzone orientale; piano.

Orientale 1930.

Nouvelles orientales.

MARQUES-RIVIERE, JEAN. Amulettes, talismans et pantacles dans les traditions orientales et occidentales.

Canzone orientale.

Canzone orientale.

Canzone orientale; piano.

C'étoit s'engager à traverser toute la partie occidentale d'Asie, toute l'Europe orientale; et toujours, excepté sur la fin du vovage, à travers la domination musulmane.

Elle est de forme ronde, située près de la pointe orientale, et formée de trois parties diverses; l'une souterraine, l'autre hors de terre, la troisième supérieure à celle-ci.

How, for instance, in Les Orientales, that exquisite little gem, Sarah la Baigneuse, flashes and sparkles with light!

Les Orientales, Le dernier jour d'un condamné, Marion de Lorme, and Hernani followed in quick succession.

Les Orientales.

Those were the days when the author of "Les Orientales," in his legend of the "Two Archers," spoke of "That holy hermit who moved stones By the sign of the cross."

la côte orientale de l'Afrique," Bulletin de la Société de Géographie (Paris), v. Série xvi.

"Les Orientales...."

PERPIGNAN (28), a town on the Têt, 7 m. from the sea; a fortress in the French department of Pyrénées-Orientales; has a cathedral of the 14th century and a bourse in Moorish-Gothic, and manufactures wine and brandy; belonged originally to Aragon; was taken by France in 1475, and retaken, after restoration to Spain, in 1642, since which time it has belonged to France.

77 Pulmonaria angustifolia Narrow-leaved Lungwort l.b. 78 virginica Virginian ditto l.b. 79 Borago orientalis Eastern Borage l.b. 80 Symphytum orientale Eastern Comfrey l.b. 81 - asperrimum Siberian ditto c.m.

314 Actea racemosa American Herb-Christopher c.m. 315 Podophyllum peltatum Duck's-foot, or May-apple c.m. 316 Chelidonium laciniatum Cut-leaved Celandine c.m. 317 Papaver orientale Oriental Poppy c.m. POLYANDRIA DIGYNIA.