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Elysee

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Elysee a.k.a. Elysée is a fictional character from the 2013 film Bastards.

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Google previewThe Gourmet's Guide to Europe (2008)

by Nathaniel Newnham-Davis

The Elysee is a charming Champs Elys<Ses litt]e bujiding) and is a magnified jewel- ease in stone and glass and metal. It has its pink and white awnings for hot days, and its interior is light and bright and summery. Paillard opened it, and then , ...

Google previewParis Hotels - the Best Hotels in Paris (2009)

by E. Locken

Rue Saint Didier 75116 Paris Our reviewer's recommendation: 8 out of 10 The Hotel Garden Elysee is a charming and elegant hotel in a quiet setting, with tasteful decoration. The hotel is in a great position, good for sightseeing and ...

Google previewTheories of Mimesis (1995)

by Arne Melberg

There is no lack of pre-texts in older allegorical literature on erotic gardens — Julie's Elysee is a worthy locus amoenus, a hortus clausus among many others. 13 They all signalize paradisiac abundance, and so does Julie's garden, mediating ...

Google previewOnce Smitten, Twice Shy (2008)

by Lori Wilde

Elysee is a wonderful girl.

Google previewStages of Life in Theatre, Film, and Television (1993)

by Norman Lloyd, Francine Parker

It was across the street from the Chateau Elysee, an elegant apartment hotel. Now, the Villa Car- lotta is rundown and sad and the Chateau Elysee is a home for elderly people.

Google previewNew Outlook (1899)

by Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton

The Elysee is a post of duty." That France should have chosen quietly and easily so well-balanced and conservative a man as M. Loubet in the midst of the present excitement goes far to show that, despite all the instability and excitability of the ...

Google previewThe Outlook (1899)

The Elysee is a post of duty." That France should have chosen quietly and easily so well-balanced and conservative a man as M. Loubet in the midst of the present excitement goes far to show that, despite all the instability and excitability of the ...

Google previewDickens's Dictionary of Paris, 1882 (1882)

An Unconventional Handbook by Charles Dickens

Under the Restoration the Elysee was called the Elysee Bourbon, and kept this name until the end of the reign of Louis Philippe. The Duchesse de Bourbon, who , as we have seen, was at one' time owner of the hotel, was driven out of France ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of NATO and Other International Security Organizations (2008)

by Marco Rimanelli

In January 1963, French President Charles de Gaulle and West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer signed the Elysee Treaty in Paris, pledging bilateral consultations, foreign policy coordination, and Franco—German reconciliation after ...

Google previewDictionary and Introduction to Global Environmental Governance (2013)

by Richard E. Saunier, Richard Albert Meganck

elysee.fr/elysee/elysee.fr/ anglais/ speeches_and_documents/2006/message_from_the_ president_of_the_french_republic_to_the_closing_session_of_ the_4th_world_water_forum.44782.html.

Google previewA Dictionary of Architecture and Building (1902)

Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive by Russell Sturgis

PALAZZO PALAIS DE L'ELYSEE PALAIS DE L ELYSEE. (See Elysee.) Palais de Justice, Havre. Plan. Three court rooms open out of the great vestibule of entrance. The corridors are lighted from the great courts. The Pantheon, Rome.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Vietnam (2006)

by Bruce M. Lockhart, William J. Duiker

ELYSEE. ACCORDS;. HA. LONG. BAY AGREEMENT. PLEIKU (Play Cu, Playku). City in the Central Highlands and capital of Gia Lai Province. Pleiku was the site of a highly publicized attack by People's Liberation Armed Forces Viet Cong ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Guinea (2005)

by Thomas O'Toole, Janice E. Baker

who was succeeded by Jean Rigalle Elysee (Haiti). Monsignor Elysee proposed to divide the ...

Google previewDictionary of Contemporary France (2014)

by Richard Aplin, Joseph Montchamp

PALAIS DE L'ELYSEE See: ELYSEE, PALAIS DE L' PALAIS DES CONGRES The largest auditorium in Paris is in this conference centre which can also be used as a concert hall, theatre, etc. PALAIS DU LUXEMBOURG The home of the ...

Google previewA Political and Economic Dictionary of Western Europe (2013)

by Claire Annesley

elysee.fr/ecrire/mail.htm Internet: http://www.elysee.fr/ Chrëstlech Sozial Vollekspartei—see Christian Social ...

Google previewNew American Supplement to the New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica ... Illustrated with Hundreds of Portraits and Other Engravings (1905)

ELSSLER— ELYSEE ELZE — EMBRYOLOGY EMBRYOLOGY EMBRYOLOGY EMBRYO-SAC — EMERSON EMERTON —. 558 of Oklahoma. It has flour-mills, manufactories of wagons, carriages, etc., and several schools, churches and ...

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (1988)

by Nila Gott

ARLES department head _ PREFECT ear of grain _ EPI government _ ANCIEN, ELYSEE lace _ CLUNY liquor _ AB SINTHE, ANISETTE magazine _ ELLE man _ FROG, GAUL measure _ AUNE, TOISE money _ EURO naval base _ BREST ...

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