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The maître d’hôtel came up to them, without much enthusiasm.
Ulysse had settled Sir Raymond and Miss Adamson safely at the table immediately behind Georgia, and Ramillies was grinning happily at his success in acquiring it before the good maître d’hôtel noticed the phenomenon of the two Miss Wells.
“Not a single barman, maître d’hôtel or hostess remembered that particular date.
Only Maigret’s eyes appeared above the immense menu the maître d’hôtel had put in his hand, and Alain didn’t know what to do with his, which, out of tact, he didn’t look at.
Laminoff was the maître d’hôtel at the Poire d’Or.