Champs-Elysées

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Champs-Elysées

(ʃɒnz eɪˈliːzeɪ; French ʃɑ̃z elize)
n
(Placename) a major boulevard in Paris, leading from the Arc de Triomphe: site of the Elysée Palace and government offices
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Their niaisiries were endless, and there was just as much of the low bred anticipation as to their future purchases, as one sees at the balls of the Champs Elysee on the subject of partners.
Armand Armagnac were crossing the sunlit Champs Elysee with a kind of vivacious respectability.
A regiment of the Old Guard, reviewed on a summer's day in the Champs Elysees, could not have made a more critically correct appearance.
The house Ali had chosen, and which was to serve as a town residence to Monte Cristo, was situated on the right hand as you ascend the Champs Elysees.
Then the Bois and Champs Elysees are tres magnifique.
In London nothing interested her but the theatres and the shops; and she found the theatres less exciting than the Paris cafes chantants where, under the blossoming horse-chestnuts of the Champs Elysees, she had had the novel experience of looking down from the restaurant terrace on an audience of "cocottes," and having her husband interpret to her as much of the songs as he thought suitable for bridal ears.
There was grace in every street, and the trees in the Champs Elysees had a distinction which trees had not elsewhere.
The Philippine Government strongly condemns the terror attack that occurred on April 20, 2017 along Champs Elysee in Paris, France,' the Department of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
Later French, American and Senegalese troops marched triumphantly down the Champs Elysee to ecstatic cheers of Parisians of all ages.
SPAIN'S Alberto Contador secured his second Tour de France by coming through the final dash into Paris unscathed as Mark Cavendish claimed another stage victory in dominant style on the Champs Elysee yesterday.
The 24-year-old completed the Tour for the first time at the third attempt, surging clear of the field for a remarkably easy win - the first by a British rider on the Champs Elysee.
Security has jumped to the forefront of the election debate after the shooting on the Champs Elysee on Thursday night that left one policeman and the gunman dead, while two other police officers and a pedestrian were injured.