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  • Actually, for the price of admission, my mother-in-law’s grenier is more interesting.

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  • I first became aware of his work through, bizarrely, a little annual comic (a compilation of stuff put together for kids to read, in a cheap format similar to a TV guide) which my kids bought at a vide grenier (a village-wide garage sale) in France.

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  • May 28, 2010 at 12:27 pm they should get adrian grenier to play aquaman lol and really a MAD magasine movie?

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  • When I was in France I found these pieces of vintage linen at a local 'vide grenier' sort of a cross between a car boot sale and an antiques sale.

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  • I knew I wanted to do something with this lace and linen doily I bought when I was with Mum at a vide grenier in France.

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  • I bought 2 sets of boules at a vide grenier in La Cadiere.

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  • Also, there are 21 “points de dégustation” along the course serving the following things: "huîtres, jambon, entrecôtes, fromage, glaces, grenier médocain, etc."

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  • * Back outside, Max, Jackie, Jean-Marc and I climbed stairs that led to un grenier* where Madame pointed to two sets of bunk beds.

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  • On the other hand, all the books could be from the vide-grenier sale.


  • He called, really pleased with himself, after he'd managed to buy a whole load of second-hand books from a vide grenier in Quillan. '



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