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“Macy's Organza and point d'esprit overlay dress, $129”
“It is in developing a story that "The Marriage Plot" encounters problems, because when Mr. Eugenides leaves behind collegiate jeu d'esprit and advances to more adult subjects like illness, marriage and religious faith he is far less assured.”
“There was fortunately “une agrafeuse” and a certain Monsieur FIX IT with a remarkable sense of humour and “grande présence d'esprit” (= great presence of mind)”
“Une 'panne d'idées,' or 'une panne d'esprit' ..." he offers.”
“On aime ton "ô verdure" d'esprit (ouverture d'esprit; -)”
“Carol admires your "green" attitude, your great fighting spirit and 'open' mind - your "Ô" verDure d'esprit - (Bravo for that one, Carol!)”
“Tone clusters and a rocking rhythm continued the mood of light-hearted jeu d'esprit, with tingling chimes in piano octaves.”
“Whether this is a serious work of art or simply a jeu d'esprit is something that, after a week, I have yet to make my mind up about.”
“The result is a literary work several levels above the usual derivative jeu d'esprit.”
“Ian Richards and Charles Ogden were not indulging in some donnish jeu d'esprit when they wrote their book The Meaning of Meaning, published in 1923 and never out of print since.”
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