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  • Did you spell it like reaux, reaux, reaux yeauxr beauxt?


  • A cette vue, qui me fit trembler pour le bien de l'église, je m'arretai tout court; je serrai promptement mes ducats; je tirai quelques reaux, et, m'approchant du chapeau, disposé à recevoir la charité des fidèles effrayés, je les jetai dedans l'un après l'autre, pour montrer au soldat que j'en usois noblement.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 55, No. 344, June, 1844

  • A room that is at all decent in a private house costs four or five reaux (2s.) a day; the table d'hote a piaster (4s.); but washing is more expensive than anything else, on account of the great scarcity of water, for every article, large or small, costs a real (6d.).

    A Woman's Journey Round the World

  • The people themselves, however, were not so particular, and were only too ready, for a few reaux, to go through the Sammaquecca and Refolosa -- the national dances of the country.

    A Woman's Journey Round the World

  • The landlord inquired what he had got under his poncho, and on learning that it was an angelito, offered him two reaux for it.

    A Woman's Journey Round the World

  • Od6 fur la Prife de Namur par les Armes du Roi V Ann6e 1692, - par Monficur Bdileau Ddf {) reaux.

    The Works of the English Poets


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