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  • n. Alternative capitalization of Francophilia


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  • I've always liked Turkey -- seems part of my Greek family dwelled in Izmir at some point -- its secularism and its francophilia Kemal Ataturk, the country's modern father, got rid of all the Arabic words in Turkish and replaced them with eight thousand French-sounding ones.

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  • Thank you for contributing so much to the world of "francophilia!"

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  • Why, then, are so many of us ready to indulge a myopic francophilia, asks Alecia Simmonds - Comments

  • The name Ducasse generally evokes French cuisine so rarefied that it confers on the diner either permanent francophilia or serious gourmet-phobia, in either case taking engagement-ring-sized chunks out of his guests 'salaries.

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  • Unfortunately, the latter is part of the problem at the latest wannabe temple to francophilia: Le Papillon on the Park.

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  • Thank God for Dowding and Lord Gort in resisting Churchill's francophilia

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