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  • noun Plural form of Poisson.

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Examples

  • At the new Chelsea restaurant La Promenade des Anglais, the chef owner Alain Allegretti offers up his signature Soupe de Poissons which screams the South of France and instantly transports you to that privileged part of the world -- privileged with tasty and delicious food of course.

    Karine Bakhoum: Souper Tasty Resolutions for 2012

  • At the new Chelsea restaurant La Promenade des Anglais, the chef owner Alain Allegretti offers up his signature Soupe de Poissons which screams the South of France and instantly transports you to that privileged part of the world -- privileged with tasty and delicious food of course.

    Karine Bakhoum: Souper Tasty Resolutions for 2012

  • The picture shown here is from Poissons, ecrevisses et crabes, de diverses couleurs et figures extraordinaires, by Louis Renard.

    Websites

  • The picture shown here is from Poissons, ecrevisses et crabes, de diverses couleurs et figures extraordinaires, by Louis Renard.

    November 2008

  • Just check out these fish (from Poissons, Ecrevisses et Crabes, de Diverses Couleu – 1719 – Renard, Louis (author) – Amsterdam – The Warnock Library).

    2010 June 03 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • The picture shown here is from Poissons, ecrevisses et crabes, de diverses couleurs et figures extraordinaires, by Louis Renard.

    Rare book room of delights

  • Like their fellow Cascades residents, the Poissons appreciate the neighborhood's proximity to Dulles International Airport, Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts and other amenities, and the sense of community manifested in everything from the neighborhood's environmental action committee to its regular block parties and festivals.

    Where We Live: Cascades, in Virginia's Loudoun County

  • Just check out these fish (from Poissons, Ecrevisses et Crabes, de Diverses Couleu – 1719 – Renard, Louis (author) – Amsterdam – The Warnock Library).

    Feeling the Fish in the Rare Book Room

  • The picture shown here is from Poissons, ecrevisses et crabes, de diverses couleurs et figures extraordinaires, by Louis Renard.

    Rare book room of delights

  • Among them: Benjamin Franklin's 'Experiments and Observations on Electricity' from 1751, William Shakespeare's 1640 'Poems' and, forthcoming, Louis Renard's 'Poissons' from 1754.

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