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But her imitations of a Parisian personage, very highly placed indeed, as she represented him standing in the corner of a room with his face to the wall, rubbing the back of his head and moaning helplessly, "Rita, you are the death of me
Off duty, the sprinting, barking juggler of Bredin's Parisian Cafe became the quiet follower of Art.
In the clatter and bustle of Bredin's Parisian Cafe she appeared out of place, like a cow in a boiler-factory.
I went away from there with my handkerchief about my face, and never, never, never desired to dream of palatial Parisian barber-shops anymore.
When the public dinner was over, Francis entered the room, and was welcomed by his Parisian colleague, literally, with open arms.
The Parisian director approached his English colleague, and looked at him with grave and anxious scrutiny.
is the cause of those vast secret labors which employ the whole of a Parisian woman's morning, when she wishes, as Madame Rabourdin wished, to keep up on twelve thousand francs a year the style that many a family with thirty thousand does not indulge in.
A Frenchman, an enthusiastic Parisian, as witty as he was bold, asked to be enclosed in the projectile, in order that he might reach the moon, and reconnoiter this terrestrial satellite.
My father, however, was not sparing of money for all the necessary expenses of my education and for the amusements of Parisian life.
I was told by a sculptor from Mauch Chunk that the scene was truly Parisian.
She was exceedingly pretty, having at once the Parisian grace of her mother, who had died in giving her birth, and all the splendour, all the riches of the young American blood of her parental grandfather, William Stangerson.
Baroness Shilton, a friend of Petritsky's, with a rosy little face and flaxen hair, resplendent in a lilac satin gown, and filling the whole room, like a canary, with her Parisian chatter, sat at the round table making coffee.
The Parisians hit like Cyclops, with an ensemble and a tactic delightful to behold.
Three hundred and forty-eight years, six months, and nineteen days ago to-day, the Parisians awoke to the sound of all the bells in the triple circuit of the city, the university, and the town ringing a full peal.
We shrink from the unmorality of the Latin races, but Hardy has divined in the heart of our own race a lingering heathenism, which, if not Greek, has certainly been no more baptized than the neo-hellenism of the Parisians.