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“Depending on the region, interspersed breaks in the play can become impromptu talent shows for local society, and a de facto competition takes place between neighbouring Ram lilas, each vying to stage a more lavish production.”
“Pour Jules, un grand bouquet de fleurs de lilas de Californie sud.”
“Julie's lilas (m) & romarin (m) (lilac & rosemary)”
“Au jardin de mon pere les lilas sont fleuris (bis)”
“There are moments when the odour of lilas blanc passes suddenly across me, and I have to live the strangest month of my life over again.”
“Closerie des lilas, it was instructive to compare this with a low English dancing-house, the Holborn Casino, which was merely sad, stiff, and repulsive.”
“One of them, a vivacious young Frenchwoman, was induced to give Barrois's romance, "J'ai vu fleurir notre dernier lilas!”
“For me, accustomed to the gay and grotesque life deployed in an evening at the dancing-place of the Parisian students in the _Closerie des lilas_, it was instructive to compare this with a low English dancing-house, the Holborn Casino, which was merely sad, stiff, and repulsive.”
“Une grande haie dépouillée, des massifs de lilas sans feuilles, des tas de balayures sur la neige, et des tonnelles toutes blanches qui ressemblaient”
“References: un stylo (m) = pen; bon à rien = good for nothing; le sirop (m) pour la toux (f) = cough syrup; le papier toilette (m) = toilet paper; la carte de voeux (f) = New Year's greeting card; le lilas (m) = lilac; la toile (f) = canvas (painting); Jules = my mom; le carnet de notes = notebook; la Côte Vermeille = the Gilded Coast (near Spain)”
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