In short, he had hitherto acted the part rather of a spectator than of a party in the tournament, a circumstance which procured him among the spectators the name of Le Noir Faineant, or the Black Sluggard.
Le Noir Faineant then turned his horse upon Athelstane of Coningsburgh; and his own sword having been broken in his encounter with Front-de-B
It being now the duty of Prince John to name the knight who had done best, he determined that the honour of the day remained with the knight whom the popular voice had termed Le Noir Faineant.
Upon this I set myself to explain the meaning of all the combinations--of "rouge et noir
," of "pair et impair," of "manque et passe," with, lastly, the different values in the system of numbers.
One day last week--on Thursday night, to be more exact--I found that I could not sleep, having foolishly taken a cup of strong café noir
after my dinner.
I recognized the detested voice of my bete noir
, Alick Carruthers, thick as might be expected of the dissipated dog, yet daring to stutter out her name.
And, as I said just now, quite a new version of the 'Domino Noir
Kirsch was at work for his part at the rouge et noir
and did not see his young master.
The Armand de Brignac Blanc de Noirs
, a 100% Pinot Noir
, was crafted with fruit harvested from the lauded Pinot Noir
growing region of Montage de Reims in Champagne, France.
From its inception, Cafe Noir
is known for the superb quality of its food that make it a preferred brand among customers who love to indulge in typical French flavors.
Dussere sidesteps the traditional debates about whether film noir
is best thought of as a genre or style by framing noir
as a tradition, by which he means an "ideological structure" that he claims begins with film noir
and hardboiled fiction and "continues and evolves" up to the present in a series of transformations that Dussere traces over the course of his book.
The Degauss Labs NOIR
line up are designed especially for listening to music through your Smartphone.