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“Our colorful, wine-making village of Sainte Cécile-Les-Vignes: a scenic place to ride your bike, with no-hassle parking. livre d'or (leev-ruh-door) noun, masculine”
“I absolutely LOVE the photo for this post and I'm happy to sign your livre d'or.”
“I hope you'll sign my livre d'or -- this would make me so happy!”
“Veuillez signer le livre d'or de ma mère s'il vous plaît.”
“Hi Kristin - really enjoy your blog and happy to sign your livre d'or.”
“Listen to my son, Max, pronounce the French word livre d'or and the following example sentence:”
“Le Togo vient d'inscrire son nom dans le livre d'or des pays ayant aboli “la peine de mort” dans leur législation pénale.”
“Dolan wrote, directed, initially bankrolled and stars in the film, which garnered three top prizes, including best French language film and best first or second movie their version of the Camera d'or.”
“For example, the 24-carat Carré d'or—a sumptuous gâteau wrapped in gold leaf—is a dark-chocolate mousse with a hint of Black Magic tea.”
“Louis XI spoke of "la goutte d'or" (the golden drop) in the wines, and Mr. Joly has a picture of Louis the XIV touring the vineyards in a chariot.”
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