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  • ` ` And, by my faith, '' said the old man, ` ` as I think this will be my last, so I just end where I began --- I hae evermore found the sinews of war, as a learned author calls the caisse militaire, mair difficult to come by than either its flesh, blood, or bones. ''

    The Waverley

  • 'And, by my faith,' said the old man, 'as I think this will be my last, so I just end where I began: I hae evermore found the sinews of war, as a learned author calls the caisse mttitaire, mair difficult to come by than either its flesh, blood, or bones.'

    Waverley

  • I began: I hae evermore found the sinews of war, as a learned author calls the caisse mttitaire, mair difficult to come by than either its flesh, blood, or bones. '

    Waverley — Volume 2

  • I think this will be my last, so I just end where I began: I hae evermore found the sinews of war, as a learned author calls the caisse mttitaire, mair difficult to come by than either its flesh, blood, or bones.’

    Waverley

  • The most expensive lot was a "caisse prestige" that sold for $124,102 and featured 12 bottles of 2000 vintage from four top Bordeaux ch â teaus: Petrus, Latour, Margaux and Haut-Brion.

    Is That Case of Petrus Authentic?

  • La caisse, contenant des pots de moutarde de Dijon Amora-Maille classique, au cassis et au marc de Bourgogne, a été envoyée le 10 mars.

    obama and dijon mustard: the history behind the headlines.

  • La ville de Dijon a annoncé avoir envoyé à Barack Obama, qui avait demandé de la moutarde de Dijon lors de son premier repas à bord de l'avion présidentiel Air Force One, une caisse de cette moutarde, dont le groupe Unilever menace de délocaliser la production.

    obama and dijon mustard: the history behind the headlines.

  • I don't have a story, but a related word is caisse d'epargne, which I believe means a cash register.

    epargner - French Word-A-Day

  • Today, when I went to BHV, I took a sac and when I presented at the caisse saying "j'ai mon sac" she smiled and responded "bon."

    vert - French Word-A-Day

  • Then I was faced with the dreaded caisse machine, where you insert your ticket & then your payment to get out of the garage.

    The road to Poitiers

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