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A former slang term for the spot exchange rate for the U.S. dollar and the French franc.
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Aujourd'hui, la valeur de l'immobilier dans Saint-Germain le situe au deuxieme rang des quartiers parisiens en la matiere.
Parisien worked for Santander Investment Securities in New York, where he spent two years as Executive Director and Head of Latin American Fixed Income Research and two years as Head of Latin American Credit Research.
The company began when mining activity in the area began to pick up, and Parisien saw a chance to service the companies that would need to feed their workers as they moved north.
The couple now lives in hiding but Laila was about to talk to Le Parisien using Skype.
As France marked 50 years since its first nuclear explosion on Tuesday, the full report was released by Le Parisien.
With 100,000 ballots counted, Amini had 22 percent of the vote, trailing both Tim Bradshaw with 46 percent and Suzanne Parisien with 32 percent.
Now council leaders are looking at introducing something similar to the Parisien cycle-loan scheme, where pedestrians can pay to use bikes in self-service racks around the city.
He told the newspaper Le Parisien in an interview that at that altitude it was not possible to operate all the equipment as well as maintain the altitude and speed of the aircraft.
Entitled 'A Little Piece of Paris in Sutton' the booklet sets out a grand vision of a future Sutton - complete with Parisien walkways.
Amaury, who died last month from cancer, was the son of Emilien Amaury, founder of the daily newspaper Parisien Libere (later to become Le Parisien) which launched in 1944 following the liberation of Paris.
Cheminee deranges any simple art-historical narrative: It refers to an Atget interieur parisien just as readily as to the Atgets of Lawler's sometime collaborator Sherrie Levine.
Sophie Marceau edged out Sharon Stone for vixen in the next James Bond movie, Le Parisien reported Monday.