Did you perhaps mean all?
- From French salle (Wiktionary)
“I can confidently say that the DDS salle is one of less than a dozen places on earth where that exchange could have taken place and everybody coudl have got the joke.”
“The drawing-room, which was called the salle de compagnie, was used only on ceremonious occasions, Easter, the bishop's visit, or when the noblesse from the surrounding country called, and the proudest among them were proud to do so.”
“On the damp deck and in the dingy "salle" of the second-class Max wondered, with stifled repulsion, which among the fat Germans, hook-nosed Algerian Jews, dignified Arab merchants, and common-looking”
“She hurried quickly across the ante-room where she was standing, to find herself in another "salle," which was quite unlike any of the others she had seen.”
“A salle is a pretty empty room even with repair stuff scattered all over it; that makes YOUR job easier.”
“33D: Hacienda room (sala) - thankfully, this is roughly equivalent to the French "salle," which I know.”
“And this was what I saw in the Comté de Foix: The Comte left his chamber to sup at midnight, the way to the great 'salle' being led by twelve varlets, bearing twelve illumined torches.”
“Français · Iran: Des diplomates quittent la salle pendant l'intervention du Président Ahmadinejad”
“Board. salle Apr 29 good resource, personally pleased me.”
“Je regarde par les fenêtres de ma salle de classe et je vois un "v" d'oies candaiennes qui volent au-dessus des arbres aux feuilles cramoisies, jaunes, rouge foncé, orange ...”
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