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  • I, the impatient outfielder am awestruck -- by a young Frenchman who runs circles around me, philosophically, having hit another balle of wisdom out of the ball park.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • I, the impatient outfielder am awestruck -- by a young Frenchman who runs circles around me, philosophically, having hit another balle of wisdom out of the ball park.

    mauvais perdant - French Word-A-Day

  • Ohé les tueurs, à la balle ou au couteau tuez vite!

    WWII soldiers remembrance

  • I, the impatient outfielder am awestruck -- by a young Frenchman who runs circles around me, philosophically, having hit another balle of wisdom out of the ball park.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • I, the impatient outfielder am awestruck -- by a young Frenchman who runs circles around me, philosophically, having hit another balle of wisdom out of the ball park.

    mauvais perdant - French Word-A-Day

  • I, the impatient outfielder am awestruck -- by a young Frenchman who runs circles around me, philosophically, having hit another balle of wisdom out of the ball park.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Bridge = the card game (also called "Bridge" in French = jouer au bridge = to play bridge); une mauvaise perdante = a sore loser; une poignée (f) = a fistful; Tu dois déplacer une de ces baguettes sans déranger les autres = you must move one of these sticks without upsetting the others; un tas (m) = heap, pile; la balle (f) = ball; sans déranger le tas = without upsetting the heap

    mauvais perdant - French Word-A-Day

  • I, the impatient outfielder am awestruck -- by a young Frenchman who runs circles around me, philosophically, having hit another balle of wisdom out of the ball park.

    mauvais perdant - French Word-A-Day

  • I, the impatient outfielder am awestruck -- by a young Frenchman who runs circles around me, philosophically, having hit another balle of wisdom out of the ball park.

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  • As are others: Dotted around the gallery are small sculptures, including "Petite fille a la balle" (1931).

    Why Buy a Car? Pick Up a Picasso

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