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  • Ben oui mon gros lardon demande beaucoup d'attention parce qu'il est excessivement sociable et tout et tout et comme il est celibataire il s'emmerde un peu beaucoup!

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  • I think my daughter also celibataire and 35 this year would empathise with you.

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  • The nearest was an old celibataire of the same name, from whom he had some expectations, but who died shortly after this esclandre, and did not name the Vicomte in his will.

    The Parisians — Complete

  • Our satirical _celibataire_ is gored by the horns of the dilemma he has conjured up.

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  • Translated from French by Colleen Creegan, Kiva Volunteer jeune homme homme de 45 ans celibataire et pere de 3 enfants allant de 15 ans a 5 ans, a commence cette activite depuis 10 ans avec un seul carton de viande arriere; aujourd'hui il vend 12 a 13 cartons par semaines de differents produits de sa boucherie, il a recette journaliere de 50.000f a 70.000f par jour.

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  • _celibataire_ of the same name, from whom he had some expectations, but who died shortly after this esclandre, and did not name the Vicomte in his will.

    The Parisians — Volume 03

  • He was a celibataire geographique who lived at the BOQ, which happened to sit right across the street from SEAL Two’s HQ.

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  • (noun) - (1) A bachelor.

    --T. Lewis Davies' Supplementary English Glossary, 1881

    (2) One who is vowed to celibacy. From French célibat, celibate.

    --Sir James Murray's New English Dictionary, 1893

    (3) Celibaterian, a person who is unmarried.

    --John Ogilvie's Comprehensive English Dictionary, 1865

    January 16, 2018