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  • In the first place, it is a kind of societe leonine, in which the fiercest, the strongest, and the craftiest obtains complete mastery over his fellows, and this gives a keystone to the arch.

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • Histoire et societe, Melanges offerts a Georges Duby, I: Le couple, l'ami et le prochain.

    Doctors: Medieval.

  • Letter to the 51st Session of the French Social Weeks Lyons, 1961. in Le travail et les travailleurs dans la societe contemporaine, Lyons, Chronique sociale, 1965, p.

    Populorum Progressio

  • “We have not much monde today,” continued Miss Brough, “and are only in petit comite; but I hope before you leave us you will see some societe that will make your sejour agreeable.”

    The Great Hoggarty Diamond

  • The other gentlemen and ladies de la societe look on and exchange mute adieux with the departing friends.

    Roundabout Papers

  • These ‘Metres by E.’ composed a collection of soft and marvellously musical rhymes, of a nature known as the vers de societe.

    The Hand of Ethelberta

  • Je deteste les gens qui entrent dans les foutus stereotypes instaurés par la societe juste parce qu'ils veulent revendiquer une pseudo apparteance a une communauté!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Mais surtout, il entend agir pour que tous les Quebecois beneficient d'une societe juste et equitable qui s'inscrit dans le courant de modernite.

    Modern Quebec in a Global World

  • In what book did I read the phrase, _societe anonyme d'hippophage?

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • L'histoire du Canada est celle d'une societe ou regnent la liberte, la tolerance et la compassion.

    Transport in Canada and National Unity

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