clavier

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Synonyms for clavier

a stringed instrument that has a keyboard

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It's just about my favourite place on the planet, so I was more than a little worried Claviers just wasn't going to match up.
Well that's exactly what Claviers has got with some added extras - it has a shopkeeper so friendly that when I ask for headache tablets, she doesn't sell any, but rushes upstairs to her home to fetch me one of hers.
Bargemon is the nearest town to Claviers, with narrow shaded streets, 12th Century town walls and owing fountains that my little girl Katie delights in dipping her hands in to.
The best way to describe Claviers is if you take a minute to call up your idea of the perfect French village.
But I doubt even Posh Spice or the ever-expanding Jolie-Pitt clan can possibly have a view to rival that from the terrace at La Lioure - the house I, my other half and four year-old daughter, are calling home for a week in Claviers, one of the Riviera's Villages Perche.
Thousands of wild boar are said to roam the woodland beneath us and the visitor book at La Lioure tells of meeting the animals on the path walking back from Claviers village at night.
I even took a dip in that freezing cold pool on our last evening in Claviers, although not quite by choice, more at the hands of my mischievous daughter, with a little help from her daddy.
Former hotelier Mr Barrass, 69, and his 67-year-old wife had lived in Claviers in the picturesque Provence area of the Var for about eight years, after moving to France when they retired.
For the historian, it provides a wider view of the seventeenth-century German clavier repertory.
I even took a dip in that freezing cold pool on our last evening in Claviers, although not quite by choice - more at the hands of my mischievous daughter, with a little help from her daddy.
Well that's exactly what Claviers has got with some added extras - it has a shopkeeper so friendly that when I ask for headache tablets, she doesn't sell any, but rushes upstairs to her home to fetch me one of hers; there's a recently opened Salon du The selling all sorts of tea and ice cream flavours in a beautiful garden and a pizza takeaway.
But I doubt even Posh Spice or the ever-expanding Jolie-Pitt clan can possibly have a view to rival that from the terrace at La Lioure - the house I, my other half and four-year-old daughter, are calling home for a week in Claviers, one of the Riviera's Villages Perche.