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Convenons que, sans doute, puisque la Seine est le vrai fleuve de gloire, les boites de livres etalees sur les quais lui faisaient une digne couronne.

Empress Josephine and Gloire de Dijon, which dislike growing so close to the water.

Petals fall from the roses that hang over the stream, Empress Josephine and Gloire de Dijon, which dislike growing so close to the water.

She reaches for a rose, an overblown Gloire de Dijon that, in a fit of temper, pierces her finger with its thorns.

Ahead: from the flashes that lit the far side of the cloud and from the change of sound it was clear that the Gloire was forging ahead.

The Sophie was a good two hundred yards behind the Gloire now, on her starboard quarter, and the only hope was to gain speed, to range up and renew the battle.

Mateu, the unvindictive Gloire did not yaw to reply, but hauled her wind.

A ball from the Gloire had shattered the bulwark where the aft ring-bolts were fastened, just as number four was on the recoil.

Roncesvalles and La Gloire awhile, and, instead of riding a war horse, canter along upon the hobby, or a good serviceable Canadian pony, the best of all hobbies for seeing the Canadian world, and on which mettlesome charger we can much better instruct the emigrant than by long prosings about political economy and systematic colonisation.

In her flax-blue frock, with a Gloire de Dijon rose pinned where it met on her faintly browned neck, she seemed to her father a perfect vision of freshness.

Coming in from a ride, a week after she had sat with Winton under the Schiller statue, Gyp found on her dressing-table a bunch of Gloire de Dijon and La France roses.

In her bodice at dinner, and to the concert after, Gyp wore one La France and one Gloire de Dijon--a daring mixture of pink and orange against her oyster-coloured frock, which delighted her, who had a passion for experiments in colour.

France a passe sur ces arches venerables ou des mascarons, les uns souriants, les autres grimacants, semblent exprimer les miseres et les gloires, les terreurs et les esperances, les haines et les amours dont ils ont ete temoins durant des siecles.

Coming in from a ride, a week after she had sat with Winton under the Schiller statue, Gyp found on her dressing-table a bunch of Gloire de Dijon and La France roses.

Le More et le Canard de Vaucanson, vous n'auriez rien que fit ressouvenir de la gloire de la France,' all right?