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  • n. A goat's milk cheese from the Loire Valley in France.


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  • The smoke from _bucheron_ fires, joining the scarves of mist, weaves across its shoulder a veil of lace-like pattern, and at its feet, like some great fastening button, hides the village of the same name, where

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  • If he had spoken in classic French he would have said, _ "J'etais bucheron."

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  • The essence had gone into the man's eye, and he, a great rough bucheron, was reviling the awkwardness and meddling of ladies in no measured terms, while his nurse stood helplessly wringing her white hands, imploring his pardon, but quite unaware of what was to be done.

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  • We remember La vie heureuse de Leopold Z, Fantastica, La vraie nature de Bernadette, La mort d'un bucheron, Le viol d'une jeune fille douce, and Les males, to name just a few.


  • ..un baguette, un peu fromage de chevre, peut-etre un bucheron, quelques un radis et tomates frais aux un bouteille de vin du pays blanc...un pique-nique, cheri, un dejeuner pour deux...

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  • bgw - sorry on the bucheron thing, I'm the one frenchman who doesn't eat cheese.

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  • un bucheron is a logger/axman, so unless a threesome is what you're suggesting...

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  • a soft ripened sheep's milk cheese, similar to bucheron kalamata olives shredded carrots ezekiel sprouted grain tortillas

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