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“Was it not Scarron who wrote a poem, 'A Guillemette, chienne de ma soeur, 'but quarrelling with his sister just as the volume was about to appear, put in the _errata_,' For _chienne de ma soeur_ read _ma chienne de soeur_ '!”
“J'ai une bonne petite soeur is French, and it means I have a good little sister.”
“Here there exists a system of bonding between upper classmen and underclassmen known as the soeur system.”
“Picking the soeur was the job of the older sister, was Shimako-san's idea of it.”
“Good for "soeur" for example where the mouth is much more taut in French than in English.”
“soeur," is not available in the standard ISO-8859-1 character set, and obviously is represented here by the two-letter combination "oe.”
“I said to my son, who balanced a near-empty jar ofjam over a slice of brioche -- this, while glaring at his soeur cadette.”
“That's my belle-soeur, Cécile, who is back -- along with her friends, to help us with this third harvest. la récolte (lah ray kolt) noun, feminine”
“Your word of the day is so fitting ... l'ame soeur.”
“I loved to talk to the French about my soeur aînée, * whom I admire for her beauty, her coolness, and her intelligence.”
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