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  • n. Plural form of perron.

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Examples

  • Sur les petits perrons il y a une grille de protection et c'est une tradition de la garnir de quelques plantes fleuries.

    la routine - French Word-A-Day

  • Lets hope that at the end of all this and all results are compiled and found to be verifiable the responsible perrons will submit this for publication in a high rating journal for credibility sakes.

    A Second Look at USHCN Classification « Climate Audit

  • The main vestibule leads directly to the middle of the perron in the large hall, which consists of three naves, and into which enter the trains of six railway lines, each separated from the other by perrons.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 664, September 22,1888

  • There was less fear for the artistic effect of great open spaces than had formerly existed, and the avenues and alleys were considerably enlarged, and such architectural and sculptural accessories as fountains, balustrades and perrons were designed on a more extensive scale.

    Royal Palaces and Parks of France

  • In spite of dilapidations, the luxury lavished by the architect on the balustrade and entrance porch crowning these two perrons suggests the simple-minded purpose of commemorating the owner's name, a sort of sculptured pun which our ancestors often allowed themselves.

    The Commission in Lunacy

  • There are villas dotted about everywhere, of every possible style; Norman chalets, white and gray, with the black crossbeams that one is so familiar with all over this part of the country; English cottages with verandas and bow-windows; three or four rather pretentious looking buildings with high perrons and one or two terraces; gardens with no very pretty flowers, principally red geraniums, some standing back in a nice little green wood, some directly on the road with benches along the fence so that the inhabitants can see the passers-by (and get all the dust of the roads).

    Chateau and Country Life in France

  • In spite of dilapidations, the luxury lavished by the architect on the balustrade and entrance porch crowning these two perrons suggests the simple-minded purpose of commemorating the owner’s name, a sort of sculptured pun which our ancestors often allowed themselves.

    The Commission in Lunacy

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