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Word: rue

Definition: regret; lament; mourn; Ex. He will rue the day; N. ADJ. rueful


Sentences Containing 'rue'

"Le Mauricien" headquarters is located on 8 rue St Georges, Port Louis.
As "Rue Deschambault", the novel was first published in the original French by Beauchemin in 1955.
As he thus reasoned, Monte Cristo walked down the Rue de la Caisserie.
At about 21:40 on Friday, July 31, 1914, Villain fired two bullets through a window embrasure into Jaurès' head while his victim was having supper with his contributors in Le Croissant at the corner of Rue Montmartre and Rue du Croissant.
At the Rue Guenegaud she called a cab, and directed the driver to go to the Rue de Harlay.
At this moment, and as Villefort had arrived at the corner of the Rue des Conseils, a man, who seemed to have been waiting for him, approached; it was M. Morrel.
Beach's bookstore was located at 8 rue Dupuytren in the 6th arrondissement of Paris.
But go on, what about the club in the Rue Saint Jacques?''
Caderousse lingered for a moment, then taking leave of old Dantes, he went downstairs to rejoin Danglars, who awaited him at the corner of the Rue Senac.
Cécile's shop in the Rue de la Paix in Paris.
Having passed through the Rue Mont Blanc, guided by the instinct which leads thieves always to take the safest path, he found himself at the end of the Rue Lafayette.
He made his directorial debut in 2005 with "Rue des vertus".
He proceeded towards the quay by the Rue Saint Laurent, and advanced to the Consigne; it was the point where he had embarked.
He stopped one moment at the door for Baptistin, whom he saw in the Rue Matignon, and who was running.
He was based at the Centre Marine Pépinière, 15 rue Laborde, in Paris 8.
He was to have waited for me at the corner of the Rue de Musee, but, strange to say, he was not there when I returned.''
I assure you, you are well known in the Rue Meslay.''
I know you are going to leave the Rue du Helder without taking anything with you.
I was not so in my youth, I was not so on the night of the betrothal, when we were all seated around a table in the Rue du Cours at Marseilles.
In 1865, during the reconstruction of Paris by Louis Napoleon, the rue de l'Abbé de l'Épée, (now rue Auguste-Comte) was extended into the park, cutting off about fifteen hectares, including the old nursery garden.
In 1925, he finished High School at the Rue Vauquelin Talmud Torah.
In 1946 the rue Henri Feulard, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, was named in his memory.
In a quarter of an hour he was entering the house in the Rue du Helder.
In a very few minutes the count reached No. 7 in the Rue Meslay.
It has arrived at the Hotel des Princes, Rue de Richelieu.
It is composed of the part of the 9th municipal arrondissement of Marseille south of an imaginary line along these streets: rue de l'Aviateur-Lebrix, rue Carnavalet (excluded), rue Marie-de-Coulanges (excluded), rue Mignard, rue Rabutin-Chantal, rue Mignard, rue de l'Aviateur-Lebrix (excluded), avenue Viton (axis), traverse de la Gaye, chemin Joseph-Aiguier until the intersection with Colline-Saint-Joseph, chemin de la Colline-Saint-Joseph (excluded), boulevard du Redon, route Léon-Lachamp.
It was not part of the principal property that Duke of Richmond rented on the "Rue des Cendres", but was a coach house that backed onto the property and had an address in the next street, "Rue de la Blanchisserie".
Let death surprise rue when it will, and where it will, I may be a happy man, nevertheless.
Maximilian crossed the canal and entered the Rue Meslay by the boulevards.
More rapidly than thought, he darted down the Rue Matignon, and thence to the Avenue des Champs Elysees.
Rue Deschambault) is a novel by the Canadian author Gabrielle Roy.
Rue Meissonier, in the 17th Arrondissement in Paris, France, is named after him.
The archbishop resides on rue Barbet de Jouy in the 6th arrondissement, but there are diocesan offices in rue de la Ville-Eveque, rue St.
The area alongside the River Rance is known as the port of Dinan and is connected to the town by the steep streets Rue Jerzual and its continuation outside the walls the Rue de Petit Fort.
The carriage stopped at an alley leading out of the Rue Saint Jacques.
The Rue de la Juiverie is the only remnant of the ancient Jewish community of Pontlevoy.
This house, isolated from the rest, had, besides the main entrance, another in the Rue Ponthieu.
Through the grating, however, Dantes saw they were passing through the Rue Caisserie, and by the Rue Saint Laurent and the Rue Taramis, to the port.
Villefort stood watching, breathless, until his father had disappeared at the Rue Bussy.
Yesterday a person exactly corresponding with this description was followed, but he was lost sight of at the corner of the Rue de la Jussienne and the Rue Coq Heron.''
Yet, speaking of reports, baron, what have you learned with regard to the affair in the Rue Saint Jacques?''
``An urgent case in the Rue St. Honore, he said.
``Because yesterday, or the day before, they lost sight of him at the corner of the Rue Coq Heron.''
``Father, you have heard speak of a certain Bonapartist club in the Rue Saint Jacques?''
``I must refer again to the club in the Rue Saint Jacques.''
``M. Noirtier, Rue Coq Heron, No. 13,''murmured he, growing still paler.
``No, sire,''he replied,``I alighted at the Hotel de Madrid, in the Rue de Tournon.''
``The address,`To monsieur the Baron Danglars, banker, Rue de la Chausseed' Antin.'''
``To Monsieur Noirtier, Rue Coq Heron, Paris.''
``To the residence of Baron Danglars, Rue de la Chausseed' Antin.''

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