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  • In its singular form, the French word "histoire" connotes formal history; when made plural, its meaning is more casual, more anecdotal: tales of the cinema, or the stories that make it up.

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  • What it presents is not so much something entirely new as a very skillful blend of two well-established branches of historical study: the history of everyday things and what has come to be called the histoire des mentalités.

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  • I have not been following you for very long, so was quite interested to read 'un peu d'histoire' about you and Jean Marc.

    avant-propos - French Word-A-Day

  • Parce que Madagascar est aussi une partie de votre histoire, nous vous demandons solennellement de nous soutenir et nous aider à retrouver notre dignité de

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  • Claudia: Merci pour cette histoire merveilleuse et amusante!

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  • Le poème de Sean et très beau et touchant, et il a dévoilé un rapport intéressant avec ta propre histoire.

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  • Alors ses 2015 poissons était une histoire de pêcheur, comme on entend souvent.

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  • J'ai raconté la triste histoire de Smokey à mes six chiens, qui ont écouté, les yeux ouverts avec concerne.

    subir - French Word-A-Day

  • Today, I'll stick to this “histoire cocasse d'agrafage du pantalon”, which I thoroughly enjoyed, even without having read the first part of it yet!

    agrafer - French Word-A-Day

  • What an amusing histoire .... and that's no bull!!

    sauve qui peut - French Word-A-Day

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