pensionnat

pensionnat

(pɑ̃sjɔna)
n
1. a simple boarding house or small hotel in France
2. (Education) a boarding school in Europe, esp France
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References in classic literature ?
I well recollect that my eye rested on the green door of a rather large house opposite, where, on a brass plate, was inscribed, "Pensionnat de Demoiselles." Pensionnat!
"La fenetre fermee donne sur un jardin appartenant a un pensionnat de demoiselles," said he, "et les convenances exigent --enfin, vous comprenez--n'est-ce pas, monsieur?"
Les elements historiques contenus dans les prefaces des oeuvres de Michel Noel font reference aux pensionnats (Dompter l'enfant sauvage: t.1 Nipishish, t.2 Le pensionnat) dans les annees 1960, et au processus d'acculturation chez les Inuits (Kinauvit?
Lucy appears to be haunting different houses: the house of Madame Beck's pensionnat, the house of Bretton in Bretton, England, and the house of Bretton in Villette (also referred to as La Terrasse).
The letters she writes to her previous instructor Monsieur Heger, the master of the Pensionnat Heger in Brussels, provide a context that opens up our understanding of the same types of struggles present within her novels.
They were going to Brussels to become students, and later on students-cum-teachers at the Pensionnat Heger.
His reflection on their stories and his own life led to "Ma Petite Valise du Pensionnat" ("My Little Residential School Suitcase"), a poem about loss and redemption resulting from his 12-year voyage at residential schools: one year in Amos and 11 years at Pointe Bleue, also run by the Roman Catholic Church.
Le pensionnat vise est dirige par le salafiste Awwal Adam Albani, connu pour ses critiques radicales contre Boko Haram.