Did you mayhaps mean mitre?
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“I call the maitre de over and explain they had a serious problem with their coffee.”
“Alcofribas Naiser, “divin maitre et atroce cochon.””
“As soon as grace was over, she called her maitre d'hotel, and bade him look after that _galimafre_, and see that none of these fools were unreasonably cheated, and that there was no attempt at gulling the young ones with charms or fortune-telling, as well as to conclude the matter so as to give no excuse for the Italian fellow lingering to sup and sleep.”
“Page 407, fixed typo ( "maitre", wrong character accented) in footnote”
“The greeter (the place was not grand enough for the man to be called a maitre d’) led her through the tables to a back room.”
“Les elections ne ce sont pas passees d'une maniere convenable et certains prefets, deputes ont intimider la population de voter leur maitre Sassou.”
“One man speaks of being ashamed of his father -- a lowly bathroom attendant -- while we see a younger version of the father taking great pride handing towels to the privileged, tending to their needs as if he's a maitre d 'at a fine hotel.”
“Service staff deserve remuneration and recognition, but, unless you're a top-drawer maitre d' or sommelier, there appears to be precious little flying around.”
“This fragrance emporium has gorgeous marble floors and precious curio cabinets. 5, rue des Capucines, 1st, maitre-parfumeur-et-gantier.com”
“This fragrance emporium has gorgeous marble floors and precious curio cabinets. 5, rue des Capucines, 1st maitre-parfumeur-et-gantier.com”
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