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  • The parc was the occasional assembling-place for the drifting whites made thoughtful by trolling the jolly, brown bowl, and by those to whom lack of francs denied the trolling.

    Mystic Isles of the South Seas.

  • The cars within have been in so-called parc fermé, a term that means the machinery could not be modified or adjusted before the start of the Australian Grand Prix.

    Sport news, comment and results | guardian.co.uk

  • New figures show that the vehicle 'parc' (the DVLA's database of vehicle registrations) for

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  • A parc at that time referred to something that had blossomed in the French-speaking court culture of the twelfth century: “an enclosed preserve for hunting.”

    The English Is Coming!

  • A parc at that time referred to something that had blossomed in the French-speaking court culture of the twelfth century: “an enclosed preserve for hunting.”

    The English Is Coming!

  • Keycamp 0844 406 0200, keycamp.co.uk offers seven nights from 17 August for two adults and two children in a supertent, with Dover to Calais ferry crossing, from £790 The Dordogne has long been a favourite destination for family holidays, and this picturesque parc is close to the River Dordogne, the medieval town of Sarlat and the cliff-top Chateau Beynac.

    Family camping in France

  • I want to go and hike in the parc but have not made it yet.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

  • If you have the baby stuff at hand you can even put the parcels in the playpen (le parc?).

    party planner

  • I want to go and hike in the parc but have not made it yet.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

  • I want to go and hike in the parc but have not made it yet.

    No Problem With "Gringo"

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