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  • The name Dong quai translates as "return to order" based on its alleged restorative properties.

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  • On the corner of this house, which stood at the angle of the pont au Change and the quai now called the quai aux Fleurs, the architect had constructed a little shrine for a Madonna, which was always lighted by wax-tapers and decked with real flowers in summer and artificial ones in winter.

    Catherine De Medici

  • Paris Fear of the Other musée du quai Branly, photo Patrick Gries, Bruno Descoings Nito, woman Yogo, on show in Paris.

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  • An intereseting story in todays MoS about the sinister development of ACPO into a representative body for chief police officers into a multi-national quai-police force private company.

    The Customer Is Always Right « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Request one of the "City K" rooms with a king size bed. • 96 quai de Jemmapes, 10th, +33 1 8362 5550,

    10 of the best boutique hotels on Paris's Right Bank

  • Above anything, Chantal Ackerman's 201-minute 1975 film Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles, is.

    The real housewife

  • However this clearly isn't a 'quai-judicial' decision, it is a policy decision.

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  • The tools are more basic than at most places—regular forks stand in for long fondue utensils—but the crowds don't seem to care. 30 quai du Mont-Blanc, Geneva,

    Switzerland's Best Fondue

  • Musée du quai Branly A sculpture from the Dogon culture.

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  • Le Point Ephémère 200 quai de Valmy, is a little venue that plays good underground bands like Esben and the Witch.

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