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A (= dans), 8-3.
(used adverbially), 16–26.
(indef. for definite), 45-6, 86–16.
(possessive), 49–30, 56-7, 62–18, 70-6.
(after 'quelque chose,' etc.), 2-4.
(of time), 47-16.
c'est à v. à ...,
entre (in composition), 5-8.
(of exclamation), 47-27.
(as a noun), 50–7.
(with title), 29–1.
(with cognate accus.), 61–19.
(position of), 1-2, 2-9.
(with indic.), 23-30.
(followed by subj.), 2–31, 57-30.
(= quelque chose qui), 2–2.
III. PROVERBIAL PHRASES, ETC.
Donnez-moi ma robe pour mieux entendre.
ACT II. --Diantre soit de l'âne bâté !
(Vous savez le latin sans doute ?)— Oui, mais faites
comme si je ne le savais pas. Par ma foi, il y a plus de quarante ans que je dis de la
prose, sans que j'en susse rien.
Pour renfort de potage.
M. Jourdain sait son monde.
Un banquet à faire noces.
ce pays là.
peu de paroles.
La bête vous est connue.
Si l'on en peut voir un plus fou, je l'irai dire à Rome.
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