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corbeil, corbeille

An ornament resembling a basket, esp. a finial. Also see calathus.
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But things really went awry with the goats' cheese and spinach panier, its damp pastry filled with dry strands of spinach and a square of cheese not much bigger than the cubes of feta you get in a Greek salad.
ADD a touch of Continental charm to summer entertaining with a glass panier and six bistro glasses set, pounds 24.
Anybody wanting to walk off fish stew should head in to the labyrinth of cobbled streets and tiny squares of the old Le Panier quarter, which lead up to the great Byzantine cathedral Nouvelle-Majo.
The letter patterns in the first sentence correspond as well to the structure that Roger Little observes in the last sentence of "Mystique": "La douceur fleurie des etoiles et du ciel et du reste descend en face du talus, comme un panier,--contre notre face, et fait l'abime fleurant et bleu la-dessous.
After another good lunch at the harbour, I needed exercise and indulged in a walk around the charming Panier district, a maze of narrow streets and pastelcoloured brick houses.
Founded in 1883, Biscuits Poult doubled its size with the acquisition of Panier Tanguy in 2005.
Clr Firth and his entourage welcomed both the French mayor and his deputy, Jacqueline Panier.
Located in the middle of the famous and bustling Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle, and close enough to the original Starbucks to tip your hat, Le Panier is a traditional French bakery that is visited by downtown business people and visitors alike.
This year, 3-year-olds at participating preschools will receive either A Pod of Orcas, My Animal Friends, or Polo et le panier de fruits.
Your photo captures someone watching Pike Place Market come to life over an early-morning double latte and croissant at Le Panier Very French Bakery.
Then climb up between the Rue de la Republique and the Quai du Port to explore the Quartier du Panier, the melting pot of Marseilles where French, Moroccans and Africans live side by side.