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Synonyms for France

a republic in western Europe

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French writer of sophisticated novels and short stories (1844-1924)

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When Frances drove out into the country on business, she would go miles out of her way to call on some of the old people, or to see the women who seldom got to town.
Harling took the long ride out to the Shimerdas' with Frances.
Julia was in the hammock-- she was fond of repose--and Frances was at the piano, playing without a light and talking to her mother through the open window.
When she first came to this country, Frances, and had that genteel old man to watch over her, she was as pretty a girl as ever I saw.
Paris is the capital of France, and you have to go to it on a boat," she said instructively.
Richardson appealed directly, then, to the prevailing taste of his generation, and no one did more than he to confirm its hold on the next generation, not only in England, but also in France and Germany.
She was married in middle-age to a French emigrant officer, Monsieur D'Arblay, and lived in France and England until the age of nearly ninety, latterly an inactive but much respected figure among the writers of a younger generation.
Frances, a singersongwriter who studied in Liverpool for three years, has been named in the shortlist for the award which was won this year by James Bay.
Courtney Love's daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, secretly wed her Kurt Cobain-lookalike fella - without telling her mum.
Former Great British Bake Off winner Frances Quinn tells MARION MCMULLEN how the TV show changed her life SWELTERING in a marquee trying to cook showstopping desserts to wow Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry is a task that would daunt even the most talented amateur cook, but Frances Quinn proved a baking queen.
Frances Anderson, from Amble, is hoping to bag PS50,000 for If U Care Share, a foundation supporting families bereaved by suicide and the emotional well-being of young people who are a suicide risk.
AFTER 50 years working at a one of Teesside's retail institutions, it's time for Frances to say goodbye.
Frances O'Dwyer, 62, of Holm-firth, chopped her looks for Kirkwood after reading an article about film and TV actress Julie Walters taking the clippers to her hair.
OLIVE KITTERIDGE Sun & Mon Sky Atlantic 9pm NEW SERIES She's best known for her Oscar-winning role in the 1996 film Fargo, and now Frances McDormand is wowing the critics again in this acclaimed mini-series.