bonsoir


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bonsoir

(ˌbɒnˈswɑː)
sentence substitute
good evening
[French]
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Another team under the supervisions of AC Rural and SDPO Sihala raided five food outlets - Frosty Cafe, Ice Berg, Bonsoir, Danny and Base and Bliss - and seized 55 hookahs along with related substances.
Cuando la gente del pueblo dispara a los focos y Panchito "le dispara muy serio un escopetazo de chapopote" a la luna, esta se apaga en un "bano de chapopote", el pueblo vitorea a Panchito y un poeta borracho dice desde Francia: "He bonsoir la Lune
beaucoup moins que] Bonsoir Alger, je vais assurer malgre que je suis fatigue surtout que j'ai donne des concerts consecutifs a Timgad et Oran [beaucoup plus grand que], c'etait en somme les quelques mots que le [beaucoup moins que] King [beaucoup plus grand que] a prononce a l'adresse de l'assistance.
We say bonsoir to Fred and his team as they open the doors of their Last Chance Saloon restaurant, waiting for the singleton diners to arrive.
BONSOIR Bowtie with metal edges, `1,199 16STITCHES.
Adieu petillement du champagne et bonsoir, Prenez place madame ma Camomille
It was quite scary waiting in the tunnel when the players came along but I said bonsoir to France captain Thierry Dusautoir.
Following the meeting, the UN official said: "Good evening, Bonsoir, Masaa El-Kheir, I would like to say that it is always for me a very special feeling to be back in Lebanon and to see my friends and the country I love profoundly even more so in my new capacity as the Special Envoy of the UN on the conflict and the crisis in Syria because I do know the difficulties and the great burden that Lebanon has been having due as a consequence to the conflict in Syria.
Guten abend, bonsoir, dobru noc, buenas noches, lahko noc, oyasuminasai and night, mate said his rivals from Germany to Australia as they waved him farewell in the race for Olympic gold.
Senoras y senores, ladies and gentlemen, mesdames et messieurs, bonsoir.
100) Les voici, sans vous faire attendre: Bonjour, bonsoir et bonne nuit.