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d'Orsay

d'Or·say

 (dôr-sā′)
n.
A shoe having an upper part that is cut away at the instep to reveal the arch of the foot.

[After Alfred Guillaume Gabriel, Count d'Orsay (1801-1852), French dandy.]
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Cette derniere, selon un communique du Quai d'Orsay (ministeres des Affaires etrangeres) publie vendredi dernier, soutient de facon [beaucoup moins que]constante[beaucoup plus grand que] le plan d'autonomie propose par le Maroc comme une base [beaucoup moins que]serieuse et credible[beaucoup plus grand que] de toute solution politique definitive et consensuelle a ce differend regional.
We welcome HRH Crown Prince's address, back his desire to pursue political reforms, address judicial inequality and guarantee the freedom of expression", the Quai d'Orsay said.
While in Paris the group will experience the national celebration of Bastille Day, visit the Musee d'Orsay, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower and perform in a variety of concerts during the stay, including a performance at the famous theme park.
While in Paris the young people will experience a national celebration, Bastille Day, visit the Musee d'Orsay, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower and will be performing in a variety of concerts during the stay including a performance at the famous theme park.
The Paris sightseeing Pass gives access to these and more than 60 top attractions including the Musee du Louvre, Musee d'orsay and Arc de Triomphe.
It was a wonderful exhibition s on until June 26) and, as there were only about half a dozen other people there, I didn't have to fight for a view of the pictures as I did in the Musee D'Orsay in Paris a few years ago.
Published in conjunction with a 2010-2011 exhibition organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC in association with the Musee d'Orsay, Paris, this catalog showcases 125 images, with text, elucidating the interplay between photography and painting in the era of the Pre-Raphaelites.
Forgoing a linear, progressive argument for a network of interwoven threads, the d'Orsay may very well offer a picture of Manet exactly as our time would have him: contingent, engaged, even inconsistent.
As a painter, she became famous primarily for two chief works: Ploughing in the Nivernais, which was first exhibited in 1848 and is now in the Muse d'Orsay in Paris, depicts a team of oxen ploughing a field while attended by peasants set against a vast pastoral landscape, and The Horse Fair, which was exhibited in 1853 (completed in 1855) and is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
The Foreign Ministry said that the members of the Arab Ambassadors Council were received at the Quai d'Orsay (Foreign Ministry) in the French capital.