a former province in n france: artesian wells.
historical examples

artois thought, “i have seen you there without consciously noticing you.”
a spirit in prison robert hichens

in artois, where the t-thes are often seven and a half and eight per cent.
the origins of contemporary france, volume 1 (of 6) hippolyte a. taine

hermione had said that artois was a great man, and maurice had felt that he was a great man, had mentally sat at his feet.
the call of the blood robert smythe hichens

artois had let go her hands, and now she turned to the sicilian.
a spirit in prison robert hichens

before artois left marechiaro the tender treachery was arranged.
a spirit in prison robert hichens

hermione could not help laughing, and artois echoed her laugh.
a spirit in prison robert hichens

perhaps artois was one of those men who liked to have a clever woman at his beck and call.
the call of the blood robert smythe hichens

once more artois had his friend, released from the love of another man.
a spirit in prison robert hichens

artois hinted that he received a good rent from the english lady for the cottage on monte amato.
a spirit in prison robert hichens

artois had played upon her intellect, had appealed, too, to her mother’s heart.
a spirit in prison robert hichens

a former province of n france

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