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Pierre C.A., French physician, 1787-1872. See: Louis angle, Louis law.
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Then Louis would show me how--a certain, eloquent glance of eye, a smile, a daring, a lifted hat, a spoken word, hesitancies, giggles, coy nervousnesses--and, behold, Louis acquainted and nodding me up to be introduced.
Some of Louis' and my adventures have since given me serious pause when casting sociological generalisations.
Louis. He was accompanied by eight men as far as Fort Osage, about one hundred and fifty miles below Nodowa.
"Come in," said Louis XVIII., with repressed smile, "come in, Baron, and tell the duke all you know -- the latest news of M.
Dandre looked at Louis XVIII., who, employed in writing a note, did not even raise his head.
Finally, Farmer Louis sold them eighty trusses, making in all four hundred and thirty.
From that it results that three chambers, at two louis each, makes six louis.
And as if it were not enough to have aggrandized the Church, and deprived himself of friends, he, wishing to have the kingdom of Naples, divides it with the King of Spain, and where he was the prime arbiter in Italy he takes an associate, so that the ambitious of that country and the malcontents of his own should have somewhere to shelter; and whereas he could have left in the kingdom his own pensioner as king, he drove him out, to put one there who was able to drive him, Louis, out in turn.
The superintendent endeavored again to question Louis XIV., but did not succeed in obtaining a reply.
Louis affirmed distinctly that her shoes were to be depended upon.
"'Tis the fear iv death at the hearts iv them," Louis muttered in my ear, as I passed forward to see to taking in the flying jib and staysail.
"To Henriet Cousin, master executor of the high works of justice in Paris, the sum of sixty sols parisis, to him assessed and ordained by monseigneur the provost of Paris, for having bought, by order of the said sieur the provost, a great broad sword, serving to execute and decapitate persons who are by justice condemned for their demerits, and he hath caused the same to be garnished with a sheath and with all things thereto appertaining; and hath likewise caused to be repointed and set in order the old sword, which had become broken and notched in executing justice on Messire Louis de Luxembourg, as will more fully appear .