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Lord Stirling, one of Washington's generals, had a clothing inventory like a king: a "pompidou" cloth coat and vest, breeches with gold lace, a crimson and figured velvet coat, seven scarlet vests, et cetera, et cetera.
The original moulded fiberglass desk has been produced in a limited edition of 35 pieces, initially manufactured by Leleu-Deshays. french president georges pompidou (1911-1974) was the owner of a white version in the elysée palace.
I always take guests to Pain vin fromage on rue geoffroy angevin behind the centre pompidou, because you get a big pile of cheese, bread, wine and salad and that’s it.
i heard that live in paris in the 80s at the centre pompidou. i think it's my fave, actually rockmother said,