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French letter

n. British Slang
A condom.
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Anna Gavalda is a refreshingly original voice in the world of French letters.
That evening made him a star in the world of French letters, a position he would struggle to maintain for the remaining 55 years of his life.
It points to the persistence of a central role for Jewish figures in French letters but, also, more importantly, helps disable amalgamations or reductive views of Jews in the Francophone world (p.
French cricket I could happily live without, but French knickers, French letters and the French horn, where would we be without them?
A couple of times a week theyre leaving free issue French letters and barrier cream on our beds.
The case is therefore made, in Franchetti's exuberant prose, for the consideration of Gournay's feminist discourse to promote women's as well as men's perspectives, equally, as both a logical and an aesthetic course of action "essential" to the continued growth of French letters through crucial stages (173).
Local bands The French Letters, Hell On High Heels and The Steve Marron Project will perform at the Dickens Inn, Middlesbrough, tonight .
His work should find a broad audience among students of philosophy, the history of religion, theology, and French letters and culture.
Working among Humanists, Evangelicals, and "professionnels du livre" (18), Marot as author was able to provide a decisive impetus for the transformation of French letters by drawing on all of these sources, appealing to a diverse reading public.
Pauline Reage" was identified 10 years ago as Dominique Aury, a woman of distinction in French letters.