lorette


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lorette

(lɔːˈrɛt)
n
(Historical Terms) slang French history a courtesan working in the area around the church of Notre Dame de Lorette in Paris
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And up some other of these streets--most of them, I should say-- live lorettes.
In 1697, the nation, which counted only 150 people, settled permanently in the Jeune Lorette, which they named Wendake after their original territory.
A couple of months later, Marc's wife Lorette gave birth to a baby son, Mason.
I found some of Gavarni's 'lorette' prints - all hand coloured -at the late Alan Hancox, the Cheltenham bookseller who used to create magic out of Saturday afternoons for those who were able to visit this wonderful man who knew so much and was always glad to share his knowledge.
Lorette McQueen was arrested as she stopped in the street to talk to two of her patients, who police suspected were planning a bank robbery.
Diane Lorette Kent, aged 18, of no fixed address, damaging property, four months detention in a young offenders' institution.
Jeannette's four sisters, Dorothy, Lorette, Ruth and Gertrude predeceased her.
In 1886, some Lorette parishioners ordered a portrait of Elzear Lagimodiere in appreciation for his services.
Lorette, a copyright and marketing consultant, explains how to begin and maintain a successful consulting business.
When you create a compelling blog, it draws in your audience and increases your sales," says Kristie Lorette.
Mimi, Musette et Phemie (les Trois Graces du chapitre dix-sept), dans le texte de Murger, sont localisees a la lisiere des eaux de la galanterie parisienne, en pleine mutation depuis 1841, avec l'apparition de la lorette qui s'oppose a la grisette en pleine idealisation depuis Musset (cf.