Saint Denis

NOUN
  1. United States dancer and choreographer who collaborated with Ted Shawn (1877-1968)
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  • Christophe Ena/Associated Press Rennes 'Fabien Lemoine, left, vied for the ball with Guingamp's Wilson Oruma, right, during their French Cup final soccer match at the Stade de France in Saint Denis, outside Paris, May 9. The Wall of Fame
  • Christophe Ena/Associated Press Guingamp players celebrated their victory against Rennes after their French Cup final soccer match at the Stade de France in Saint Denis, outside Paris, May 9. The Wall of Fame
  • We have been massed towards Saint Denis, which is being bombarded," he replied. The Memoirs of Victor Hugo
  • Tea at Trianon: Marie-Antoinette at Saint Denis skip to main Marie-Antoinette at Saint Denis
  • Methinks it rings in my council as merrily as ever the bells of Saint Denis. — Quentin Durward
  • If ever thou beest mine, Kate, as I have a saving faith within me tells me thou shalt, I get thee with scambling, and thou must therefore needs prove a good soldier-breeder: shall not thou and I, between Saint Denis and Saint George, compound a boy, half French, half English, that shall go to The Life of King Henry the Fifth
  • An old, old house, centuries old, and refounded and endowed by the Confessor, and bestowed by him upon Saint Denis. A River So Long
  • Upon returning to Paris, Abelard became scholar-in-residence at Notre Dame, a position he held until his romantic entanglement with Héloïse led to his castration, at which point he entered the Benedictine monastery of Saint Denis and Héloïse entered the convent of Argenteuil. Peter Abelard
  • If you show up on Saint Denis in Paris dressed like a French whore and YD shows up as a "fireperson" in those sexy rubber longjohns, I am sunk. On Passing
  • Shall not thou and I, between Saint Denis and Saint George, compound a boy, half French, half English, that shall go to Constantinople and take the Turk by the beard? shall we not? what sayest thou, my fair flower-de-luce? Act V. Scene II. The Life of King Henry the Fifth
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