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  • Ark aspect, rediscovered in the heart of Africa, vaguely recalling the Tarascon of his youth, with its races in the suburbs, jolly dinners on the river-side -- a throng of memories, in short.

    Tartarin of Tarascon

  • When that name "Tarascon" sounds trumpetlike along the track of the

    Tartarin On The Alps

  • My answer: currently, I am matching (in non-color: beige, black, white ...) though I was seriously clashing over the weekend when, at my son's basketball game in Tarascon, I noticed the other women's shoes: heels and poiny toes, black all around!

    la routine - French Word-A-Day

  • CHOP Global Health is happy to support the release of a new edition to the Tarascon Pocketbook series.

    Global Health News and Events

  • In 1477, the colophon of a Hebrew book Behinat Olam printed in Mantua declared, “I, Estellina, the wife of my worthy husband Abraham Conat, wrote this book Behinat Olam with the aid of Jacob Levi of Tarascon.”

    Printers.

  • My answer: currently, I am matching in non-color: beige, black, white... though I was seriously clashing over the weekend when, at my son's basketball game in Tarascon, I noticed the other women's shoes: heels and poiny toes, black all around!

    la routine - French Word-A-Day

  • He bath danced at Tarascon in the ballet of Saint Martha and the Dragon, and was accounted in his own person the only actor competent to present the Tarrasque.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • In "Tartarin of Tarascon," Daudet tells the story of a big-hearted braggart who reads travel books and dreams of hunting lions.

    Five Best

  • His "Schlemihl Tries to Seize the Shadow, in Vain" (1915) and a copy of van Gogh's "The Painter on the Road to Tarascon" (1888) -- the original was destroyed by a fire during World War II -- are strikingly similar when viewed next to each other.

    Shaped by Sunflowers

  • But on seeing Isolde's ghostly complexion and Anatole's undisguised anguish, the owner's wife took pity on their bedraggled party and provided cups of steaming oxtail soup and chunks of dry black bread, together with a bottle of strong Tarascon wine.

    Sepulchre

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  • a commune in the south of France, population ~13,500. Legendary stomping ground of the tarasque in the 1st century CE.

    November 10, 2015