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  • But it isn't a hymn sheet he's handing round, it's what he calls notre petite aide-memoire a one-page conversion table setting out, for the comfort and convenience of our readers, what is understood in the real world by such lighthearted expressions as shovel, trowel, pickaxe, heavy and light wheelbarrows and the like.

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  • 'pied noir' becomes 'pied notre', and 'hijra' (the Arabic word for migration) becomes 'hyra'.

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  • * FYI: "notre" means "our" -- just in case you noticed the change in the phrase the second time I used it.

    Il Faut Cultiver Votre Jardin

  • But perhaps it is wiser to say that I am quite aware that, besides writing _votre_, not "notre," Baudelaire had originally written

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  • C'est une partie ancienne (dans notre maison une poutre est gravée 1311 ...) et modeste du village.

    rubrique - French Word-A-Day

  • C'est juste un petit poste d'observation niché entre les maisons étagées sous la ruine de notre château médiéval.

    rubrique - French Word-A-Day

  • Les écailles minérales des dentelles de Montmirail puis le sommet toujours blanc de notre "Géant de Provence" ajoutent une lumière à l'ensemble.

    rubrique - French Word-A-Day

  • C'est très bien Monsieur Smok-écolo de préserver notre écosystème.

    frimousse - French Word-A-Day

  • I can't resist adding this quotation from "Candide": "Il faut cultiver notre jardin."

    vivace - French Word-A-Day


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