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  • Eli Meir Kaplan for The Wall Street Journal Clockwise from top right, chilled English pea soup with fresh mint; Virginia red beet spring mix salad with Vermont goat cheese and truffle mousse, black olive tapenade, and red beet puree; pan-seared soft-shell crab with roasted tomato polenta and arugula salad with sauce vierge; and a raspberry tart.

    A Quick Lunch for Busy People

  • Eli Meir Kaplan for The Wall Street Journal Guest Steven R. Knight ate the pan-seared soft-shell crab with roasted tomato polenta and arugula salad and sauce vierge at the Sofitel hotel's Ici Urban Bistro in Washington, D.C., on May 26.

    A Quick Lunch for Busy People

  • Shown, the pan-seared soft-shell crab with roasted tomato polenta, arugula salad and sauce vierge.

    A Quick Lunch for Busy People

  • Ledeuil, who trained with Guy Savoy, is fascinated by Asia and makes imaginative use of oriental herbs and ingredients in original dishes like Sardinian malloreddus pasta with a pesto of Thai herbs, parmesan cream and green olive condiment, or grilled monkfish with an aubergine marmelade and Thai-seasoned sauce vierge. • 4 rue des Grands-Augustins, 6th, +33 1 44 32 00 32, zekitchengalerie.fr.

    10 of the best restaurants in Paris

  • I loved the image that "pollinating their passions" brought to mind! quinzaine - two weeks (about 15) eventuellement - possibly vierge d'expérience - a newbee pavot - poppy

    vivace - French Word-A-Day

  • In 1916, the year that marked her “adult debut,” Ida Kaminska translated, adapted, directed and performed La vierge folle by Henry Bataille (1872 – 1922).

    Esther Rachel Kaminska.

  • She was `vierge moderne'-neither a woman nor a man, a "neuter", nearer in spirit to a fact of nature, a material object.

    Edith Södergran: a biographical profile - 4

  • It has not long been known in our towns that the Virgin-thread (fil de la vierge) so often found in the country, is nothing more than the thread spun by a spider.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • On the manuscript and summary, see Paule Bétérous, Les collections de miracles de la vierge en gallo et ibéro-roman au XIIIe siècle (Marian Library Studies 15 — 16, Dayton, Ohio, 1983 — 84), 40, 45. back

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Note 28: H. Isnard, "Recueil des miracles de la vierge du XIIIe siècle," Bulletin de la société archéologique, scientifique, et littéraire du Vendomois 26 (1887): 38 — 39, editing Vendôme, Bib. publ.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

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