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  • La Salle will be the eighth seed and will face No. 9 Fordham in a first round game on Wednesday.

    NCAA Men's Basketball - St. Josephs (Pa.) vs. La Salle

  • This building, called the Salle, was one large open space, with an office and storage partitioned off at one end.

    Brightly Burning

  • He won through with difficulty to the great hall, known as the Salle des Pas Perdus, where he was left to cool his heels for a full half-hour after he had found an usher so condescending as to inform the god who presided over that shrine of Justice that a lawyer from Gavrillac humbly begged an audience on an affair of gravity.

    Scaramouche

  • The "Salle" was large and showy; and when I had attended it in former debates, it exhibited the taste and skill which the French, more than any other people on earth, exhibit in temporary things.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 54, No. 338, December 1843

  • Dr. Robert "Rocket" Romano, the obnoxious, brilliant surgeon, had a rare human moment viewers may have missed when he signed a message to the hearing-impaired young son of Dr. Peter Benton (Eriq La Salle), says Paul McCrane, who flew Rocket from guest star to recurring role to series regular.

    Behind the special scenes of 'ER'

  • He came to understand these basic truths about himself one summer about 20 years ago, just before he enrolled at New York's La Salle Academy.

    A One-Time Pariah Turns to Comedy

  • My friend did an exchange here Mexico City at a private uni called La Salle.

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  • The sign above the door reads "Salle de Déchoquage" * beneath it, my son is crying for answers.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • My friend did an exchange here Mexico City at a private uni called La Salle.

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  • Renata Cruz de Castro of De La Salle University points out that even as Manila beefed up its ties with Washington post-9/11, using American assistance to tackle domestic terrorism, it also looked to China for other benefits.

    Singed by the Dragon

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