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2222 examples of rue in sentences

SADI CARNOT PRESIDENT SADI CARNOT MY FIRST YEARS AS A FRENCHWOMAN I WHEN MACMAHON WAS PRESIDENT I was married in Paris in November, 1874, at the French Protestant Chapel of the rue Taitbout, by Monsieur Bersier, one of the ablest and most eloquent pastors of the Protestant church.

We went over and inspected the Hotel du Ministere in the rue de Grenelle before we made our final decision, but it was not really tempting.

Of course I saw much less of W. He never came home to breakfast, except on Sunday, as it was too far from the rue de Grenelle to the Etoile.

It was quite different from the Deauville of to-day, which is charming, with quantities of pretty villas and gardens and sports of all kinds, but the sea is so far off one has to take quite a long walk to get to it, and the mornings on the beach and the expeditions to Trouville in the afternoon across the ferry, to do a little shopping in the rue de Paris, are things of the past.

The actual packing was not very troublesome, as I had not brought many of my own things from the rue Dumont d'Urville.

So, I pray you, let me with three hundred chosen foresters keep our rear to-night, and this night the forest shall fight for us and Sir Rollo rue the hour he dared adventure him within the green.

"Georges Drouethe lived in the Rue de la Huchette, just off the Rue Saint Jacqueson the top floor, under the gutters.

"Georges Drouethe lived in the Rue de la Huchette, just off the Rue Saint Jacqueson the top floor, under the gutters.

" "A Frenchman?" "Yes, living in an attic in the Rue de la Huchette, at Paris.

Grieve, lament, mourn, bemoan, bewail, deplore, rue. Guard, defend, protect, shield, shelter, screen, preserve.

As disinfectants, wormwood and rue were much in demand; and hence Tusser says: "What savour is better, if physicke be true, For places infected, than wormwood and rue?" For depression, thyme was recommended, and a Manx preservative against all kinds of infectious diseases is ragwort.

As disinfectants, wormwood and rue were much in demand; and hence Tusser says: "What savour is better, if physicke be true, For places infected, than wormwood and rue?" For depression, thyme was recommended, and a Manx preservative against all kinds of infectious diseases is ragwort.

Many a Roman had reason to rue his hunting, for some were seized and made captive, others were sorely wounded, and divers slain.

She occupied in this conventa large old building in the Rue de Sèvresa small appartement in the third story, with a brick floor, and uneven at that.

Lucien told me his brother's address, 7, Rue du Helder, and gave me a letter which I undertook to deliver personally.

They that hae blood on their hands may rue Afore the day-beam kiss the dew.

Their example was imitated by all the great nobles of the Court, with the sole exception of the Duc de Sully, who was encountered by Bassompierre in the Rue St. Antoine, accompanied by about forty mounted followers, and evidently in a state of intense agitation.

The French Kings had originally held their tourneys, tilts, and passages-at-arms in the Rue St. Antoine, opposite the palace of the Tournelles; but the unfortunate death of Henri II, who was killed there by the lance of the Duc de Montgomery, caused the spot to be abandoned, and they were subsequently transferred to the Place Royale, which had been built in the ancient park of the same palace.

A dressmaker from the Rue de la Paix came over with models and samples, and carried back a huge order and a plaster reproduction of Theresa's figure, and elaborate notes on the color of her skin, hair, eyes, and her preferences in shapes of hats.

A jeweler, also of the Rue de la Paix, came with jewelsnearly a million dollars' worthfor her to make selections.

CHAPTER XVIII LOVE, THE BLUNDERER As Dory had several months' work before him at Paris, he and Del took a furnished apartment in the Rue de Rivoli, high up, attractive within, before its balconied windows the stately trees, the fountains, the bright flower beds, the thronged playgrounds of the Tuileries.

In the Rue du Cardinal du Lorraine every house was gone.

In the Rue de l'Université, at my leisure, I could have ransacked shop after shop or from the shattered drawing-rooms filled my pockets.

And in the Rue Scribe and in Cockspur Street thousands of Americans were struggling in panic-stricken groups, bewailing the loss of a hat-box, and protesting at having to return home second-class.

At the residence of Mr. Herrick, in the Rue François Ier, there was an impromptu staff composed chiefly of young American bankers, lawyers, and business men.

The work of distributing the money was carried on in the chancelleries of the embassy in the Rue de Chaillot.

The American consulate is at No. 14 Rue Kellermann.

Just as regularly her husband would take a pair of opera-glasses and in the Rue de la Paix hopefully scan the sky.

At eight they leave the trenches along the Aisne and by noon arrive at Maxim's, Voisin's, or La Rue's.

What?" I met one subaltern at La Rue's who had been given so many commissions by his brother officers to bring back tobacco, soap, and underclothes that all his money save five francs was gone.

" The stories the English officers told us at La Rue's and Maxim's by contrast with the surroundings were all the more grewsome.

Removal from infested runs; a thorough change of food, hemp seed and green vegetables figuring largely in the diet; and for drinking, instead of plain water, an infusion of rue and garlic.

LE FAT DÉBOUTÉ Un paysan, chargé de fagots, criait en passant dans une rue: "Gare! gare!"

Un jour le père du jeune homme l'accosta sur la rue.

À peine les plaideurs avaient-ils pris le chemin de la rue: "Chamelier, chamelier; un mot!"

"If you don't, you'll rue it," said Feltram coldly, and walked away.

La Rue of the 88'.

La Rue of the 88'.

Roses ride the rue; m by Clyde Willard, pseud., w by Mattie B. Shannon.

In the rue Monge.

In the rue Monge.

LA RUE, GEORGE R. Laboratory directions in principles of animal biology.

With the collaboration of George R. La Rue & Alexander G. Ruthven.

SEE Kelley, Truman L. RUE, E. AUBERT DE LA.

SEE Aubert De La Rue, E. RUFF, C. A. The debit-credit fire insurance rating system.

SEE Rue, Flora C. Garden and its friends.

Number 13, Rue Saint Augustin.

Rue de la sardine.

By Mabel G. La Rue, pictures: Mary Stevens.

Daniel W. La Rue 3rd (C); 25Nov77; R682626.

Roses ride the rue; m by Clyde Willard, pseud., w by Mattie B. Shannon.

Robert L. Duffus (A); 27Dec56; R183514. DUGANNE, PHYLLIS. Lost on the rue de la something.

La rue sans nom.

LA RUE, MABEL GUINNIP.

Mabel Guinnip La Rue (A); 2Mar59; R232103. LATOURETTE, KENNETH SCOTT.

LA RUE, MABEL G. Zip, the toy mule, and other stories.

Mabel G. La Rue (A); 9Oct59; R243691. LASANCE, F. X. The new missal for every day; a complete missal in English.

La feerie de la rue.

La feerie de la rue.

* * Printed and Published by J. LIMBIRD, 143, Strand, (near Somerset House,) London; sold by ERNEST FLEISCHER, 626, Mew Market, Leipsic; G.G. BENNIS, 55, Rue Neuve, St. Augustin, Paris; and by all Newsmen and Booksellers.

The spires, as the Abbé De La Rue conjectures, and as I should also have thought, are about two centuries later than the towers.

The multitude moved to the Place Vendome; shops and booths were thrown up; there was a share-fair; this ditty was everywhere sung in the streets: [Illustration: La Rue Quincampoix-68]

Once an A.D.C. handed him a white feather in the Rue Venizelos.

CARLIUAN & BEAUMETZ, Rue Beaurepaire, Paris.

"So now that pretty little retreat in the Rue de la Tour des Dames is ended for ever for you and me.

The last time I saw her...that stupid American would take her downstairs, no getting rid of him, and I was hiding behind one of the pillars in the Rue de Rivoli, my hand on the cab door.

Starlight in the rue Chartres.

The family rented a two-story brick house in the rue Bienville, No. 17, it seems.

He found nothing then, but next morning came upon a small, single-story building in the rue Royale,corner of Conti,which he thought would suit his plans.

There were a door and show-window in the rue Royale, two doors in the intersecting street, and a small apartment in the rear which would answer for sleeping, eating, and studying purposes, and which connected with the front apartment by a door in the left-hand corner.

A counter would run lengthwise toward the rue Royale, along the wall opposite the side-doors.

For it might have been anticipated that, in a city where so very little English was spoken and no newspaper published except that beneficiary of eighty subscribers, the "Moniteur de la Louisiane," the apothecary's shop in the rue Royale would be the rendezvous for a select company of English-speaking gentlemen, with a smart majority of physicians.

She started to pass through the door in the rue Royale by which Doctor Keene had entered; but on seeing on its threshold Agricola frowning upon her, she turned quickly with evident trepidation, and hurried out into the darkness of the other street.

The apothecary of the rue Royale found better ways of measurement.

Aurore Nancanou and her daughter have only this moment ceased sewing, in the small front room of No. 19 rue Bienville.

"Dat me w'at pass in rue Royale ev'y mawnin' holl'in' ' calas touts chauds,' an' singin'; don't you know?" The enthusiasm of an artist overcame any timidity she might have been supposed to possess, and, waiving the formality of an invitation, she began, to Frowenfeld's consternation, to sing, in a loud, nasal voice.

When shall we ever get through these exciting times?" CHAPTER XVI STARLIGHT IN THE RUE CHARTRES "Oh! M'sieur

As they turned up the rue Chartres she broke the silence.

Who could hope to catch and reproduce the continuous lively thrill which traversed the frame of the escaped book-worm as every moment there was repeated to his consciousness the knowledge that he was walking across the vault of heaven with the evening star on his armat least, that he was, at her instigation, killing time along the dim, ill-lighted trottoirs of the rue Chartres, with Aurora listening sympathetically at his side.

" That night was a long-remembered one to the apothecary of the rue Royale.

Faintly audible to the apothecary of the rue Royale through that deserted stillness which is yet the marked peculiarity of New Orleans streets by night, came from a neighboring slave-yard the monotonous chant and machine-like tune-beat of an African dance.

There is left to our eyes but a poor vestige of the picturesque view presented to those who looked down the rue Royale before the garish day that changed the rue Enghien into Ingine street, and dropped the 'e' from Royale.

There is left to our eyes but a poor vestige of the picturesque view presented to those who looked down the rue Royale before the garish day that changed the rue Enghien into Ingine street, and dropped the 'e' from Royale.

CHAPTER LVIII DYING WORDS Drivers of vehicles in the rue Royale turned aside before two slight barriers spanning the way, one at the corner below, the other at that above, the house where the aged high-priest of a doomed civilization lay bleeding to death.

Impelled by curiosity, idleness or politeness, Des Esseintes sometimes visited the Montchevrel family and spent some dull evenings in their Rue de la Chaise mansion where the ladies, old as antiquity itself, would gossip of quarterings of the noble arms, heraldic moons and anachronistic ceremonies.

The Feuillans settled in a convent in the Rue St. Honoré, Paris, which in after years became the meeting-place of a revolutionary club, which took the name of Feuillans; founded in 1790 by Lafayette, La Rochefoucauld, &c., and which consisted of members of the respectable property classes, whose views were more moderate than those of the Jacobins.

There are many museums and charitable institutions; the Bibliothèque Nationale, in the Rue Richelieu, rivals the British Museum in numbers of books and manuscripts.

The Rue de Rivoli, Rue de la Paix, Rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré, and the Rue Royale are among the chief streets; beautiful squares are numerous, the most noted being the Place de la Concorde, between the Champs Elysées and the Gardens of the Tuileries, in the centre of which the Obelisk of Luxor stands on the site of the guillotine at which Louis XVI.

The Rue de Rivoli, Rue de la Paix, Rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré, and the Rue Royale are among the chief streets; beautiful squares are numerous, the most noted being the Place de la Concorde, between the Champs Elysées and the Gardens of the Tuileries, in the centre of which the Obelisk of Luxor stands on the site of the guillotine at which Louis XVI.

The Rue de Rivoli, Rue de la Paix, Rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré, and the Rue Royale are among the chief streets; beautiful squares are numerous, the most noted being the Place de la Concorde, between the Champs Elysées and the Gardens of the Tuileries, in the centre of which the Obelisk of Luxor stands on the site of the guillotine at which Louis XVI.

The Rue de Rivoli, Rue de la Paix, Rue du Faubourg St.-Honoré, and the Rue Royale are among the chief streets; beautiful squares are numerous, the most noted being the Place de la Concorde, between the Champs Elysées and the Gardens of the Tuileries, in the centre of which the Obelisk of Luxor stands on the site of the guillotine at which Louis XVI.

Oui, la voilà, et j'ai mis dessus: "Rue du Figuier.

Ne sauriez-vous pas demeure la rue du Figuier, Mademoiselle? MARTON.

C'est que mon camarade, que je sers, m'a dit de porter cette lettre à quelqu'un qui est dans cette rue, et, comme je ne la sais pas, il m'a dit que je m'en informasse à vous ou à cet animal-; mais cet animal- ne mérite pas que je lui en parle, sinon pour l'injurier.

It was not, however, until 1689 that the Hôtel des comédiens du Roi, entretenus par Sa Majesté installed itself on the rue des Fossés-Saint- Germain, and took the title of Comédie-Française.

RUE DU FIGUIER.

A very ancient and historic street in Paris, situated not far from the Lycée Charlemagne, and making a triangle with the rue Charlemagne and the rue Fauconnier.

A very ancient and historic street in Paris, situated not far from the Lycée Charlemagne, and making a triangle with the rue Charlemagne and the rue Fauconnier.

Even before the year 1300 it bore this name, from a fine fig-tree which stood at its juncture with the rue Fauconnier, and which was standing as late as 1605.

LA RUE DU FIGUIER.