merci


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merci

A French word meaning thank you.
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"Merci, merci, madame--au revoir." And I backed at last out of the apartment.
Laurie is not as respeckful as he ought to be now I am almost in my teens, he calls me Chick and hurts my feelings by talking French to me very fast when I say Merci or Bon jour as Hattie King does.
Did I not tell you that there were enough willing Christian damsels to be met with, who would think it sin to refuse so brave a knight le don d'amoureux merci, and you must needs anchor your affection on a wilful, obstinate Jewess!
"Did you ever read Keats's Belle Dame sans Merci?" asked Mrs.
presented 'Seasons' by Jun Escario; In photo are: Buena Sarmiento, Merci Padolina, Carolyn Tan, Miles Antipuesto, and Anna Campbell
I truly enjoyed my conversations with Merci Padolina and Serla Russell.
Former Arsenal and Scotland goalkeeper Bob Wilson then led the tributes to Wenger on the pitch, backed by huge letter-boards spelling out "Merci Arsene".
Locally now has 10 indigenous flavors with pun-ny names: mangosteen (Mangosteenie Miney Mo), sineguelas (Save the Best for Sineguelast), dalandan (You've Dalandan It Again), tamarind (Tamarind My Bell), guyabano (Guyabano-body But You), calamansi (Calamansi'z The Day), pomelo (Pomelong and Lasting Love) and buco (Merci Buco).
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[beaucoup moins que] Dieu merci, j'ai pu eviter l'intervention chirurgicale.
Un grand merci a celles et ceux qui ont participe a l'elaboration de ces lignes directrices.