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  • Last time I checked, there were a lot more upscale shopping opportunities at the Galleria in Houston than there were along the Champs Elysee The Champs Elysee is much prettier, though.

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  • For listening to rapid conversational French, "Champs Elysee" is good, tapes (that a friend gave me after use) with a written text (in French) and the more difficult words or expressions highlighted and translated in a footnote.

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  • The recent spate of allegations of adultery at the Elysee is the first time since Miss Bruni and Sarkozy met at a Paris dinner party in November 2007 that there have been suggestions the marriage is in trouble.

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  • "When the French president goes on official visits throughout France, the only thing that is actually directed by the Elysee is his security," said Frederic Lefebvre, a spokesman for Sarkozy's conservative party.

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  • He was no longer so powerful as he had been when they formerly toiled together upon such a task: disputes arose; and the Emperor, to cut these short, and give a decisive proof of his regard for freedom of debate, soon broke up the discussion, retired from the Tuileries to the small palace called the Elysee, and there drew up the scheme which pleased himself, and which was forthwith published under the title of “Act Additional to the Constitutions of the Empire.”

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  • Mr. Gbagbo's Europe-based adviser Toussaint Alain told reporters in Paris that Mr. Gbagbo is still in his residence "like Sarkozy at the Elysee and Obama at the White House," referring to the French and U.S. presidents.

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  • Question 2: Storm the Vivendique Universale head quarter in Paris instead of Bastille, get the guillotines out of the museums and raise them on the Champ Elysee.

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  • French President Nicolas Sarkozy met with them Thursday at the Elysee Palace, a measure depicted as a gesture of support for the rebellion.

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  • David Douillet, a judo Olympic gold medalist and member of Mr. Sarkozy's cabinet, will replace Ms. Jouanno as sports minister, the Elysee presidential palace said.

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  • French President Nicolas Sarkozy met at the Elysee Palace with two representatives of the rebels' Benghazi-based governing council, identified as Mahmoud Jibril and Ali Essawi.

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