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  • My tongue still can't get around to pronouncing "feuille", but it had no problem with this mixed berry tart.

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  • He was to regain absolute rights over his books three months after their first publication -- this was an invariable stipulation in all Balzac's treaties -- and was to give up fifty francs out of the two hundred and fifty considered due to him for each "feuille" of fifteen pages, to reimburse Buloz for the number of times the proofs had to be reprinted. [

    Honore de Balzac, His Life and Writings

  • It looks like the variation of a Napoleon/French mille feuille and gorgeous

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  • S bastien Broda, the talented young chef who has just pocketed a Michelin star after his first year, excels in subtle combinations of flavors: a crispy mille-feuille of foie gras, served with baby peas and ginger jam, roast pigeon and sweetbreads in a hazelnut shell, and a stunning exotic-fruit souffl for dessert.

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  • For dessert, the banana "mille feuille" was made with crisp glazed slices of banana layered with soft lime crème and accompanied by sweet coconut milk ice cream.

    Signs of Spring in New York

  • I choose Mille-feuille with white chocolate mousse, strawberries and strawberry coulis.

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  • Un feuille d'erable de Crystal Beach, Ontario, CAnada.

    baba cool - French Word-A-Day

  • Symbolise l'amour des arts .... sa feuille ressemble à une patte d'ours ...

    droguerie - French Word-A-Day

  • When I was little (maybe 5 or 6) growing up in France, I remember seeing the title of a serials in one of the "feuille de chou" - a title that had me puzzled for a long time: "l'avocat au yeux bleus".

    avocat - French Word-A-Day

  • Not two months ago, barely a feuille* separated our terrace from the two-lane country road beyond.

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  • "leave".

    September 28, 2007