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étrennes

(etren)
n
a New Year's gift
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(35.) La danse des fees : album de polka : etrennes aux abonnes de La France musicale, 1847 (Paris : Bureau de La France musicale, 1847) (cote : VMG-57995).
Le moment etait emouvant de voir ces enfants, comme tous leurs semblables, feter leur fete et de recevoir des etrennes.
For the New Year of 1395, the Duchess of Orleans presented etrennes, sumptuous New Year's gifts traded among an elite group at the royal court to secure allies, placate enemies, and reinforce deals, for the first and only time to Isabeau's grand maitre d'hotel, Philip de Savoisy and to seven of the Queen's ladies.
Or, le proces sur les cadeaux et etrennes accordes a des figures du regime renverse par la Maison de presse Al-Ahram a reanime le debat sur la reconciliation.
Bibliographie, iconographie des almanacs, calendriers, chansonniers, etats, etrennes, publies a Paris (1600-1895) (Paris, 1896), p.
pere qui denie les etrennes. "C'est quoi une fifi?"
(56) In 1789 Monsieur Maginn presented a fascinating list of minor expenses, including books, payments to servants, etrennes, serviettes, linen, accessories for his wig, a small notebook, a mended suit and breeches.