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A fourth maitresse I sometimes saw who seemed to come daily to teach needlework, or netting, or lace-mending, or some such flimsy art; but of her I never had more than a passing glimpse, as she sat in the CARRE, with her frames and some dozen of the elder pupils about her, consequently I had no opportunity of studying her character, or even of observing her person much; the latter, I remarked, had a very English air for a maitresse, otherwise it was not striking; of character I should think; she possessed but little, as her pupils seemed constantly "en revolte" against her authority.
On a brilliant day in May, in the year 1868, a gentleman was reclining at his ease on the great circular divan which at that period occupied the centre of the Salon Carre, in the Museum of the Louvre.
Carre's move from the Cardiff Blues to Allianz Park caused something of a stir, and even more so after the 21-year-old loosehead made his Test debut against Ireland on Saturday.
But, when it came to the following day's squad announcement, it was only prop Carre who made the cut.
Carre has started just four games in his entire professional career and has only 40 minutes of experience at Test level to his name.
The book will be published on 17 October 2019 and is le Carre's 25th novel.
BEIRUT: As the Latin name suggests "Revertetur," the exhibition now up at Carre d'artistes, marks a return home for the works of famed artist Mona Nahleh.
En attendant le deuxieme acte entre les deux formations qui aura lieu, le 14 avril, au Stade municipal de Berkane, la RSB devra rester sur ses epaules afin de realiser sa premiere qualification au dernier carre de la competition africaine.
Carre and Tilly base their analysis on extensive field research conducted in the United States, United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark (with a brief excursus into Mexico City).
A two-story mansion on Singapore's exclusive Lady Hill Road was transformed one weekend into an extravagant showcase of the carre. Carre is French for 'square,' the shape of the silk scarf.
Chapter one develops le Carre's view that the global spread of materialism and democracy replaced the previous international threat of Communism.
Amazingly, le Carre, now a distinguished-looking octogenarian, remains an active writer.