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“CHRETIEN: As we say in English, "Merci beaucoup, Monsieur Le President.”
“[Page 93] * La Belle Dame sans Merci is the title of a poem by Alain Chartier, in the form of a long metaphysical dialogue between a lady and her lover.”
“Inside I found a bank-note equivalent to the sum Francis had borrowed of me; on the envelope which inclosed it she had written, in a bold hand, the word Merci, her name, and the date.”
“It's actually called the Merci (ph) Retrieval System, brand new, not FDA approved yet.”
“Mercy is for Merci, which is thanks and I am saying the terrible parts of life must resolve as in resolve the word is also LOVE.”
“Merci," he thanks the officers, who wish us bonne chance.”
“But when Ms. Merchant said she wasn't going to tell one of her song's stories, a French woman said, "Merci," out loud and broke the spell.”
“They enough contact and interaction with the British and French to gain significant amounts of British and French influence in their language ( "Merci" is one of the most, if not the most, common ways of saying "thanks" in Persian)”
“I'm also reminded of Inglourious Basterds, which I saw yesterday morning, in which one instance of the word "Merci" was translated in the subtitles as "Merci.”
“A Big "Merci" to Blog pour la Vie for posting this.”
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