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  • At the soirée bleue in New York, those less well-versed in French were easy to spot.

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  • La dernière bande des reliefs lointains se colore toujours d'une note bleue ou mauve.

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  • Click hereto add an email address, or add this blog to a news reader via RSS. l'heure bleue (leuhr bleuh, listen to MP3 or wav) noun, feminine

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  • So, for example, there is the French expression, l'heure bleue, which refers to that often shimmering time between the hours of daylight and darkness.

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  • L'heure bleue, the blue hour of twilight when the sky and the earth are at the same level of luminosity, when well-to-do gentlemen throw open the shutters of their mistresses 'rooms and stretch and yawn and think about returning home.

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  • It's sort of sad to write that next to l'heure bleue.

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  • --- La dernière bande … “se colore” toujours d'une note bleue ou mauve.

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  • And his face, the color of it, was... sort of...bleue.

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  • L'heure bleue, the blue hour of twilight when the sky and the earth are at the same level of luminosity, when well-to-do gentlemen throw open the shutters of their mistresses' rooms and stretch and yawn and think about returning home.

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  • It's not just the "bleue, blanc, rouge" collar they sport on their chef's jackets.

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