fleur de lys


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fleur de lys

n pl <-s - -> → bourbonische Lilie
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Fleur de Lys -- Dining is overtaking gambling as the sport of choice for visitors.
Only the most universal emblem, the fleur de lys, remains.
As of yesterday the Fleur de Lys became one of the first smoke-free pubs in the West Midlands and, far from lose customers, manager Chris Burton expects them to double.
It's a strange but lovable world of warped wonders brightened by such off-kilter gems as ``My White Bicycle'' by Tomorrow, ``Circles'' by Les Fleur de Lys, and ``I'll Keep Holding On'' from the Action.
Celebrities Attend The Echelon Club's "La Fleur de Lys Dinner" to Help More Than 2.
The 31-year-old, from Fleur de Lys, was released from prison in January.
Bearing the pseudonym Fleur de Lys he posted his work back to Wales on the 15th July 1917.
IN Two East, Llantrisant completed a phenomenal comeback to thrash Fleur De Lys 59-30, having been 30-3 down at half-time.
The Regent Street side were held to a 2-2 draw at Fleur De Lys.
ABERAVON hammered FLEUR DE LYS 68-15 with Jamie Davies scoring 28 points through two tries and nine conversions.
27pm) - a full brother to Fleur De Lys - can gain some compensation for last week's defeat.
The Fleur de Lys -a traditional country pub in Lowsonford, near Henley-in-Arden -is re-opening as a smoke-free venue after a pounds 35,000 refurbishment.