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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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The plot of "Parisienne" provokes autobiographical inquiries.
Mullins said: "Yorkhill, Gitane De Berlais and Petite Parisienne will all run at Sandown, with Ruby Walsh riding two of them and Bryan Cooper on Petite Parisienne."
Expected to be a stronger, more mature mare this season, Petite Parisienne must shoulder an 11lb Grade 1 penalty today.
Petite Parisienne was too careful and jumped too big so we'll take her back over our style of hurdles."
That triumph confirmed Petite Parisienne's position as the best Irish-trained juvenile hurdler of last season.
Petite Parisienne (1.30) looks a fair each-way shout in the Triumph Hurdle after beating the boys in a Leopardstown trial last month.
After studying the image of Parisian women, Hubert Juin draws a relevant conclusion: "Maiscelaveut dire aussi que la Parisienne, derriere l'exotisme de son image 1900, cache un symbole plus profond et plus riche.
Tout ce qui tient a la Parisienne est enigmatique, ambigu, impenetrable, et on cherche la connaissance de ce mystere.
In "The Social Network of Fashion," editor Gloria Groom equates Paris to a cultural wheel whose spokes include the Parisienne, the fashion industry, and the avant-garde (33).
NATURAL HUES: Josephina accent chair, left, Parisienne wall clock, below, and four stack Pebble table lamp, above