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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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This is "The Librarians" Season 1 recap of episode 9 "And The City Of Light" and episode 10 "And The Loom Of Fate." Don't miss "The Librarians" every Sunday nights starting at 8:00 p.m.
The city of light It was established in 1964 when the minister of health at the time Ali Mohammed Saeed gathered leprosy patients in Taiz to one place around two kilometers outside the city and provided them with treatment through what is known today as the National Leprosy Elimination Program.
Under construction on the coast of Alicante, the City of Light will comprise 800,000 square meters when it is complete.
The city of darkness and the city of light, therefore, are like two cities, one of which is lost and the other is found.
It is Paris that has captured the title of the capital of the nineteenth century, the city of light, the ultimate source of consumer pleasure, of artistic and romantic fulfillment.
One of the great laboratories of modern sociability, the City of Light also awakens, at least in certain foreigners' hearts, the intermittent desire to merge, unaccompanied, with the weight of its past.
There is endless opportunity for a vegan (vegetalien) to delight in appropriate food in "the city of light." This is just one collection of possibilities.
Think Paris in the springtime, Gene Kelly, American tourists wearing shades and screaming colors, the Mona Lisa, and sidewalk cafes, and you'll get the general idea of Pelzig's forty-five-minute take on the City of Light, whose title is merely an icon resembling the Eiffel Tower.
The City of Light scheme will see 30 prominent Liverpool landmarks illuminated over the next two years by one of the world's leading lighting design experts, Sutton Vane Associates.
New Negro Artists in Paris: African American Painters and Sculptors in the City of Light, 1922-1934 by Teresa Leininger-Miller Rutgers University Press, March 2001, $32.00 ISBN 0-8135-2811-9
Built upon a small peninsula on the south side of the Bay of Cadiz, and drenched in Atlantic luminance, it is called the city of light.