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“Geographie ancienne de la Macedoine (Paris, 1863), 374; LEAKE,”
“La Macedoine et sa population chretienne" (Paris, 1905); Fortescue,”
“_Sir Gawain and the Grene Knight_, _Alisaunder of Macedoine_ and”
“Mixed fruits are also sold in bottles under the name of Macedoine of Fruits.”
“As you are probably aware, grocers have in their shop-windows small tins with copper labels, on which the word is printed "Macedoine.”
“[*] _Macedoine_, in the sense in which it is here used, is a game, or rather a series of games, of cards, each player, when it is his turn to deal, selecting the game to be played.”
“Voyage de Paul Lucas, dans la Grèce, l'Asie Mineure, la Macedoine, et”
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels - Volume 18 Historical Sketch of the Progress of Discovery, Navigation, and Commerce, from the Earliest Records to the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century, By William Stevenson
“You will wonder how I amuse myself in the midst of this curious specimen of a social _Macedoine_ -- quite well -- and am acquiring a taste for that true epicurean apathy which one enjoys in perfection, among people whom one expects neither to interest, nor to be interested by; and I sit down among them as calmly comfortable as I can conceive a growing cabbage to be in wet weather.”
“I personally never consented to the dissolution of Yugoslavia (south slavia) in Slavic) it created nothing but a (Macedoine de Fruits) with all the past, present, and alas future issues in a region once called "the powder Keg of Europe" and i can state worldwide.”
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