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I may be French, but I'm playing for Arsenal. -- Thierry Henry
The Parisian has his amusements as regularly as his meals, the theatre, music, the dance, a walk in the Tuilleries, a refection in the cafe, to which ladies resort as commonly as the other sex. Perpetual business, perpetual labor, is a thing of which he seems to have no idea. -- William Cullen Bryant
Chef: Any cook who swears in French. -- Henry Beard
And, you know, I think the original recording of Ravel's Bolero, probably whoever played percussion on that, will never have It played better than that. -- Buddy Rich
Quand on voit le style naturel, on est tout e tonne et ravi, car on s'attendait de voir un auteur, et on trouve un homme. When we see a natural style we are quite amazed and delighted, because we expected to see an author and find a man. -- Blaise Pascal
Oftwhile balbulous, mithre ahead, with goodly trowel in grasp and ivoroiled overalls which he habitacularly fondseed ... -- James Joyce
In hoc signo vinces -- Machado De Assis
Enter CAPULET, PARIS, and Servant -- William Shakespeare
The Mail III. The Night Shadows IV. The Preparation V. The Wine-shop VI. The Shoemaker Book the Second - the -- Charles Dickens
A mediocre season for Nelson Piquet as he is now known and always has been. -- Murray Walker
If I were a player, I would like to be like Busquets. -- Vicente Del Bosque
Something Fane fully -- Alexandra Ivy
I think Mustique is Duchampian - it will always provide an endless source of delight. -- David Bowie
With her enchanting songs, her rare beauty, and clever tricks, this wild 'wanderess' ensnared my soul like a gypsy-thief, and led me foolish and blind to where you find me now. The first time I saw her, fires were alight. It was a spicy night in Barcelona. The air was fragrant and free. -- Roman Payne
Ave Atque Vale
Hail and farewell -- Catullus
A miscreant with coiffed, scented hair, a slender waist, the hips of a woman and the chest of a Prussian officer, with a finely tied cravat, by all girls admired. ~ [introduction of character Montparnasse] -- Victor Hugo
AB de Villers is the most complete player of the Modern Era -- V. V. S. Laxman
Drink from me and live forever.
Lestat de Lioncourt -- Anne Rice
My favorite perfumes are Bois Farine and Chanel Coromandel. -- Leigh Lezark
His Tender Roni. -- Ana E Ross
On top of pique, umbrage, and ennui. Oh, the French diseases of the soul. -- Ursula K. Le Guin
Transit umbra, lux permanet -- Jay Mclean
No effete dauber M. -- Peter Robb
Porfirio Rubirosa. -- Junot Diaz
I hate French poetry. What measured glitter! -- Israel Zangwill
I beg you come tonight and dine
A welcome waits you and sound wine
The Roederer chilly to a charm
As Juno's breasts the claret warm ... -- Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Sassicaia from Tuscany, -- Aubrey James
Great French design is often about unexpected touches. -- Candice Olson
The convergence of the Rhone and Saone. Paul Bocuse. The birthplace of cinema. Chateauneuf-du-Pape just a few miles down the road. It does not get much better than Lyon. -- Leonard Slatkin
Painting is a jeu d'esprit. -- Pablo Picasso
La' , tout n'est qu'ordre et beaute , Luxe, calme et volupte . There where all is order and beauty. Lush, calm and voluptuous. -- Charles Baudelaire
Those dreams are true which we have in the morning, as the lamp begins to flicker.
[Lat., Namque sub Aurora jam dormitante lucerna
Sommia quo cerni tempore vera solent.] -- Ovid
The popular breeze - Aura popularis -- Marcus Tullius Cicero
Perry Johansson. -- Rick Riordan
Danzhol. The one with the marriage proposal and the objections to the town charter in central Monsea. "Bacon," Bitterblue muttered. "Bacon!" she repeated, then carefully made her way up the spiral stairs. -- Kristin Cashore
This is Rilke. I wish I had written it for you. -- Maggie Stiefvater
Previously, when I began to write this tale, I set out by saying that Mlle. Claude was a whore. She is a whore, of course, and I'm not trying to deny it, but what I say now is
if Mlle. Claude is a whore then what name shall I find for the other women I know? -- Henry Miller
Vera incessu patuit dea.
(The goddess indubitable was revealed in her step.) -- Virgil
If you liked Louis L'Amour, you will really love Don Bendell. -- Asa Baber
Yours is ... il sent comme lavande."
Is that French for 'You stink'?"
It means 'lavender'."
Huh." She sniffed at her wrist. "I thought I smelled more like a grape Popsicle. -- Lynn Viehl
It's Fendi. French, Fendi, both start with an F ... I fell in love with it. Smells like grown-man cologne. -- French Montana
Fairy damsels met in forest wide / By knights of Logres, or of Lyones, / Lancelot or Pelleas, or Pellenore. -- John Milton
I'm very interested in Comedia dell'Arte. -- Alan Tudyk
Who is wurs shod, than the shoemakers wyfe,With shops full of shoes all hir lyfe? -- John Heywood
'It's a little district in the centre of Paris. It is full of cobbled streets and teetering apartment blocks and gay men and orthodox Jews and women of a certain age who once looked like Brigitte Bardot. It's the only place to stay. -- Jojo Moyes
En ge ne ral, plus un peuple est civilise , poli, moins ses moeurs sont poe tiques; tout s'affaiblit en s'adoucissant. Ingeneral, themore civilized and refinedthepeople, the less poetic are its morals; everything weakens as it mellows. -- Denis Diderot
Each time somebody working for the Maison has a baby, the atelier creates miniature blouses-blanches, exactly like the ones we wear, with the child's name embroidered across the front. That is our welcome-to-this-world gift. -- Martin Margiela
The fascinated loathing which he (Jean Lorrain) cultivated for the decadence of fin de siecle Paris has a good deal of envy and ardent desire in it; in the words of Hubert Juin, he 'loved his epoch to the point of detestation.'
(Introduction: "The Life And Career Of Jean Lorrain) -- Francis Amery
Ah! Seigneur! donnez-moi la force et le courage De contempler mon coeur et mon corps sans de go u t. Lord! give me the strength and the courage To see my heart and my body without disgust. -- Charles Baudelaire
Casildea de Vandalia, the rawest and best -- Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
"Forgive Yourself) -- Mitch Albom
C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas la guerre (attributed to a French observer during the Charge of the Light -- Thomas Pynchon
Roberta Marieschi -- Donna Leon
The silverware shines if the sun. (L'argenterie brille - Si le soleil. -- Charles De Leusse
Where's the lace? -- Nalini Singh
StocktontoMalone -- Hot Rod Hundley
highlights of Elena's career, -- James Patterson
Eh! Je suis leur chef, il fallait bien les suivre. (Ah well! I am their leader, I really ought to follow them.) -- Alexandre Auguste Ledru-Rollin
His own cabinat of cuoriositie -- James Rollins
Jorinda and Jorindel -- Jacob Grimm
gift.) I'm not bothered by the famous Parisian -- Pamela Druckerman
The gods my protectors.
[Lat., Di me tuentur.] -- Horace
I'm bored, lalalallalalala OLLI OXEN SOMETHING!! -- Bob Smith
When that Aprille with his shoures sote.
The droghte of Marche hath perced to the rote,
And bathed every veyne in swich licour,
Of which vertue engendred is the flour. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
Neither blows from pitchfork, nor from the lash, can make him change his ways.
[Fr., Coups de fourches ni d'etriveres,
Ne lui font changer de manieres.] -- Jean De La Fontaine
Parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.
(Mountains are in labour, a ridiculous mouse will be born) -- Horace
Johann Nikolaus Forkel, author of the monograph of which the following pages afford a translation, was born at Meeder, a small village in Saxe-Coburg, on February 22, 1749, seventeen months before the death of Johann Sebastian Bach, whose first biographer he became. -- Johann Nikolaus Forkel
One is too taken up with all that one sees and hears in Paris, however strong one is, and what I do here [in Etretat] will at least have the merit of being unlike anyone else, at least I believe so, because it will simply be the expression of what I, and only I, have felt. -- Claude Monet
Belt leather. Black pepper. Fine lace and bright feather. Tinker in town tonight, gone tomorrow. Working through the evening light. Come wife. Come daughter, I've small cloth and rose water. -- Patrick Rothfuss
Donneven, Bettaquit and Mmmhmmmm -- Sarah Dessen
Even the most astute chefs seek out the assistance of Celine Labaune, owner of Gourmet Attitude, because they know they can rely on her keen senses and deep understanding of the truffle trade. -- Thomas Keller
Laissez les bon temps rouler! (Let the good times roll!) -- Rachel Harris
Florence Nightendick -- V. Theia
Par exemple! I never had to ask. You were always there under my feet, like a troublesome cat." "You mean like an adoring dog. And just as soon as Ratignolle appeared on the scene, then it WAS like a dog. 'Passez! Adieu! Allez vous-en! -- Kate Chopin
Mr Lefoux, would you fetch Prim for me? She seems to have been kilted." Quesnel -- Gail Carriger
the sommelier decants
a red sunset -- Scott Mason
Soledad Barrio is clearly a master - of thrilling steps and passionate movement. She stalks, she circles, she struts, she snaps her head - her feet drill the stage. -- Robert Gottlieb
whoever approaches his goal dances -- Cormac Mccarthy
Trevisan is one of the few Paso Robles producers to recognize the potential of the region's old-vine Zinfandel, which he blends with Syrah and Mourvedre and labels with fanciful names such as Problem Child, the Outsider and Cherry Red. -- Robert M. Parker Jr.
The gazelles so gentle and clever Skip lightly in frolicsome mood. -- Heinrich Heine
Ut laeve is genne pannekook -- Diversen
When the sommelier Enrico Bernardo moved to Paris from Italy nearly two decades ago, the world of French gastronomy brutally rejected him. No matter that he had won the competition for best sommelier in Italy; when he asked 30 restaurateurs for work in their wine cellars, all turned him down. -- Elaine Sciolino
Bon chance, mon ami, Dante called softly.
Levet allowed himself a small smile. A vampire who could speak French. He couldn't be all bad. -- Alexandra Ivy
the brogue tripping from his tongue like a slashed wineskin. -- Mary Brown
Without businesse debauchery. -- George Herbert
I am first of all from La Castellane and Marseille. -- Zinedine Zidane
Nicol has great potential and there is a huge gap between her and the rest of the juniors. She needs to concentrate full time on the professional circuit from now on and it is the only way for her to realize her potential. -- Jahangir Khan
In French: La Fugitive, Albertine disparue Also translated as: The Sweet Cheat Gone, Albertine Gone -- Stephen Fall
He is the man who has been brought on to replace Pavel Nedved. The irreplaceable Pavel Nedved. -- Clive Tyldesley
Much obliged, Serla Mage. -- Lauren L. Garcia
(Claude and Marcel LeFever were speaking in French. This simultaneous English translation is being beamed to the reader via literary satellite.) -- Tom Robbins
Cheyenne. Created from the finest Belgian lace over ivory sateen, it fit Anna like -- Maggie Brendan
Massoud is dead, but not the hope ! (Massoud est mort, - Mais pas l'espoir !) -- Charles De Leusse
They make their fortune who are stout and wise,
Wit rules the heavens, discretion guides the skies.
[Lat., Che sovente addivien che'l saggio e'l forte.
Fabro a se stesso e di beata sorte.] -- Torquato Tasso
Par Odin, Thor et Tom Hiddleston ! -- Morgane J.a.
Auditur et altera pars. (The other side shall be heard as well.) -- Seneca.
Amer savoir, celui qu'on tire du voyage! Bitter is the knowledge gained in travelling. -- Charles Baudelaire
Mastered To Be Mastered : A Master!
Autumn of my life and love :
Petra Cecilia Maria Hermans
September 21, 2016
Babaji -- Petra Hermans
Vas happening Selene? -- Liam Payne
Il ne faut jamais rien outrer: One should never overdo -- Leo Tolstoy