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“Twenty-six-year-old Cyrille Aimée, with a voice like fine whiskey -- oaky and smooth, with a hint of smokiness -- offered a languid "Ce soir," caressing the French words, and an aggressive "Summertime," both trailing long strands of vocal roulades.”
“Here's an update on the single-surname soirée to be held November 3 in Wales.”
“French media have covered the arrest nonstop since Sunday, and late-night debate shows have recorded record viewing figures: "Ce soir ou jamais!" on channel France 3 on Monday night claimed an audience of 1.06 million, its biggest since it started in 2006.”
“Je peux vous dire que les bureaux de vote sont restés vide du matin jusqu 'au soir. les habitants de pointe noire sont fatigués, des promesses de mr sassou, alors que de cette ville qu' est tiré le pétrole qui constitue la première richesse du pays.”
“Ce soir l'ennemi connaîtra le prix du sang et des larmes.”
“And then there's the poetess, who one soir promised a poem, both deep and noir.”
“Thanks to Wit's End, a group that regularly presents Roaring 1920-style dances with period music and period dress code, New York at last has a suitably swinging series of spook-tacular Halloween soir é es.”
“This still leaves would-be fonctionnaires having to do the interviews in their second language; and while "voolay voo coochay avec moi ce soir" might be enough for a good night in the Place Lux it won't help when the College of Europe alumni are discussing the finer points of comitology with the examiner.”
“Now, when he decides to have a soir é e at his home in New York City, it's often a dessert party.”
“Have a look at the room where, during a 1920s soir é e, guests decorated the walls with Halloween-themed murals (1 Approach Rd.; 800-411-3812; biltmore. com).”
Looking for tweets for soir.