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“This project is called “the shiwiars project” and has started in palais de tokyo last september 1 through a blog, where you may follow my adventure.”
“When Venus first enters Mercury's "palais," she "_ne found ne sey no maner wight_.”
“He spelled it "palais," which shows that he had very poor early English advantages, or that he was, as I have always suspected, a native of”
“The pair also cooked up a wholly unlikely urban interloper, the Werdplatz-palais, a social centre and soup kitchen built in 2008 in Zurich, cheek-by-jowl with the stock exchange.”
“A professional at 14, he was able enough on the smaller alto saxophone to win early recognition with a Melody Maker award and to take his place in a varied selection of wartime palais bands, while playing summer seasons and joining the Archer Street outdoor employment exchange in London, where musicians picked up gigs.”
“Just next door, the best people-watching vantage point is on the deck terrace of the new La Scena Bar at the Palais St phanie (hotel-palais-stephanie-cannes. com), where "le Tout-Cannes," or everybody who is anybody, swills watermelon or fresh cucumber Mojitos at sunset.”
“Napoleon's opponent, Madame de Remusat, was Josephine's "dame du palais" or lady-in-waiting.”
“In a little lost village in the hinterland of the Ligurian coast, we have stumbled upon Le paradis du palais.”
“The current leadership the paper went on had by this move "killed the principle of alternation of power by organizing its funeral at the palais des Nations Hall.”
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