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  • In France, a variation of the game is called jeu de Paume ; the Spanish play pelota ; in Italy it's known as pallapugno , while the Dutch play kaatsen and the Belgians call it llargues .

    Fives Reasons for Olympic Gold

  • Some Notes in French jeu perlé French pianists long ago patented jeu perlé—the technique of caressing strings of musical notes into shimmering pearls of sound.

    Week in Words

  • Hooping. org | Blog | Le Hula-Hoop: plus qu'un jeu d'enfant

    Hooping.org | Blog | Le Hula-Hoop: plus qu'un jeu d'enfant

  • I found out the endgame was already analyzed by Andre Danican Philidor in the second edition of his Analyse du jeu des Échecs published in 1777.

    Lubomir Kavalek: The Hand of God in Chess?

  • The result is a literary work several levels above the usual derivative jeu d'esprit.

    Mr. & Mrs. Darcy To the Rescue

  • Chandor's language is as precise and convincing as Mamet's, the realism never slips into cheap cynicism and, as Jean Renoir says in La Règle du jeu: The awful thing is this.

    Margin Call – review

  • 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.

    Sense & Semiotics

  • -- Tom jeu en ligne gratuit says, "The first hundred pages of this book are among the best and funniest written abo ..."

    Books of the States

  • See Philippe Bordes, Le Serment du jeu de paume de Jacques-Louis David Paris: Éditions de la Réunion de la musées nationaux, 1983.

    Bloodlust

  • See in general Alphonse Aulard, “Le Serment du jeu de paume,” in his Études et leçons sur la Révolution française, vol.

    Bloodlust

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