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““I hear your latest friends are the half-divorced Mrs. Fawcett and the maquereau Eastwood,” he said to Yvette.”
““Il arrive le maquereau, maquereau frais, maquereau nouveau.””
““Voilà le maquereau, mesdames, il est beau le maquereau.””
“From curiosity I counted the number of times I was called maquereau during the day, and it was thirty-nine.”
“With his last sovereign, he may have supper at the Savoy, rubbing shoulders with the best and with the worst; the next night, he may be dining off a _maquereau grille_ in a Greek Street restaurant, jogging elbows with the worst and with the best.”
“He was Gabrielle's maquereau for years -- when he'd wrung enough out of her he set up for himself -- Well, I ain't through yet, by a long sight.”
“Jim was the maquereau and she made him marry her for the sake of the child.”
“En fait il s'agissai t plutot de rillettes de maquereau …; trÃ¨s ..." janvier 2, 2009 à 09: 51”
“■ — To be corrupted by such a maquereau as Whately would turn the appetite of Moll Flan - ders.”
Internet Archive: Junius : including letters by the same writer, under other signatures, (now first collected) to which are added, his confidential correspondence with Mr. Wilkes, and his private letters addressed to Mr. H.S. Woodfall ; with a preliminary essay, notes, fac-similes, &c.
“Oscar scanned the table and purred: “Terrine de queue de bœuf, l’os à moelle, filets de maquereau au vin blanc, les escargots de Bourgogne, les huîtres plates de Cancale, fried eggs à l’anglais.””
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