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  • Du coup, comme moi je sais tres bien que je suis un gros solitaire qui prefere un bon bouquin a la cohue de la vie en société ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Reste le Douanier Rousseau au Grand Palais attention à la cohue, plutôt sans Tadpole, et Ingres au Louvre.

    Monday

  • On voit les manif 'ils parlent des derapages et precisent a un moment que les etudiants serieux bien sur quand ca derapent se cassent mais que les casseurs en profitent pour en depouiller qq'un l'air de rien dans la cohue generale.

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  • Mrs. Crewe is my passion, and her house free from that cohue with which others are filled; and as we have no connection with those who make a public place of this situation, I find it a much more private one than I expected.

    George Selwyn: His Letters and His Life

  • Old Mrs. Crewe is my passion, and her house free from that cohue with which others are filled; and as we have no connection with those who make a public place of this situation, I find it a much more private one than I expected.

    George Selwyn His Letters and His Life

  • He spoke with scorn of the "rights of women," their demand for the suffrage, and the _cohue_ of female authors, expressing himself in terms of ridiculous disparagement of writers so eminent as George Sand and George Eliot; but he strenuously advocated the claim of women to a recognised medical education.

    Thomas Carlyle

  • As to entertaining all this _cohue_ of aborigines, Caroline might spare her trouble and her money, as far as the girl is concerned. "

    Vera Nevill Or, Poor Wisdom's Chance

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