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  • The ancient Romans had called this day Dies lunae, while the French still call it Lundi.

    Zolar’s Magick Of Color

  • The ancient Romans had called this day Dies lunae, while the French still call it Lundi.

    Zolar’s Magick Of Color

  • The ancient Romans had called this day Dies lunae, while the French still call it Lundi.

    Zolar’s Magick Of Color

  • The ancient Romans had called this day Dies lunae, while the French still call it Lundi.

    Zolar’s Magick Of Color

  • The tempo ratchets up even more on Monday - known as Lundi Gras - as the Carnival festivity moves closer to its climax on Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday.

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  • Thus it was with Druro, whom all men hailed as "well-met," and all women liked, and all Rhodesia called "Lundi," though his Christian names were really Francis Everard.

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  • Next week, to mark Lundi Gras, on the eve of the city's annual Fat Tuesday bacchanal, the quintet will do a midnight-to-sunrise performance at the famed uptown club Tipitina's.

    Pulling a Monday All-Nighter

  • Mappa Lundi, originally uploaded by Matt Lancashire.

    2010 May

  • While his first work glorified the Napoleonic era, he went on to create "stories without words" and as a contributor to newspapers such as the Lundi du Figaro, he is sometimes hailed as one of the precursors of comic strips.

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  • While his first work glorified the Napoleonic era, he went on to create "stories without words" and as a contributor to newspapers such as the Lundi du Figaro, he is sometimes hailed as one of the precursors of comic strips.

    Pencils and crayons and political cartoons

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