1. other people's property.
2. other people's privates.
3. other people's penises.
4. other people's pussies.
5. Ontario Provence Police
You down wit OPP? Yeah, you know me!
I got pulled over by the OPP and they gave me a $195 dollar ticket for speeding.
A school in arlington texas that has educated several olympic stars.
But as of late, the school in education, sports and fine arts is in a decline due to the new principal, Mr. Provence, and several other new teachers and all the damn rent-a-cops.
My last year in Lamar was hell. Mr. Provence is a dumbass!
Herbs de Provence
A mix of herbs including lavender used in French cooking.
These slices of baguette are topped with a delicious mix of goat cheese and HDP. They're off the hook, mon frere!
A country where people work 35 hour weeks and have two months paid leave a year.
Is the world's 4th largest economy.
Is a country with strong cultural and traditional values.
Is a county with arguably the best food and drink in the world.
A country with second-to-none public systems - TGV (train), education, healthcare.
A country that smokes and drinks more wine than Britain and America and has a fraction of the heart disease and obesity rate.
A country full of charming, well-dressed people who do respond well when not approached by tactless English-speaking philistines.
A country full of beautiful architecture and art.
At least visit the place!
The prestige brand of luxury hotels owned by the French company Accor. Frequented by those with discriminating taste. Brings to life the French art of "joie de vivre" with fine rooms and appointments, classy French-made toiletries and a top-notch French restaurant in the hotel. Also has a really cute little gift shop, Le Petite Kiosque, that sells various French-made items such as flowers from Provence, and other must-haves the the discriminating Francophile. Also features a boulangerie (if you don't know the meaning, then you're definitely a member of the classe inférieure) featuring delicious croissants and other patisseries made by Lenotre-trained chefs. The hotel makes for a romantic getaway from the pressures of the world. The prices are high enough to keep the proles and petit-bourgeois types away. Sans un doute, mon hôtel favori. Au revoir!
When we checked in at the Sofitel, we were relieved to see guest clad in such haute couture such as Versace, Armani and Herrera. We simply knew we had come to the right place!
The root of the noun refugeebee is an amalgam of refugee and GB – short for Great Britain.
A refugeebee is not simply a Briton who has gone to live abroad; the term expat or expatriate covers such people adequately.
A refugeebee is generally assumed to be a Briton who has either exiled him- or herself ex of the UK, or – in some cases – perhaps fled to other shores.
This phrase does not appear to have been used before 2004 and has, to date, been used very infrequently, with the contributor having found one reference in The Telegraph Property section of April 9, 2005.
The writer of the article was Michael White.
“The refugeebees of Phuket or Provence are the same; they whine about the lack of Tetley Teabags and McVitie’s Digestive Biscuits on the supermarket shelves.”
NB Contributor's example.
In provence of Quebec, a traditional French-Canadian pub which serves wine and beer, (especially microbrew) along with a meal of steak, rosst beef, hamberger platters, fresh fish, etc... All at almost rediculously low prices for the quality of the meal and the superb atmosphere. They tend to be small family-run business with eccentric flair. Short form: brass
I went to a great new brass this afternoon on Ste. Catherine street, not far from the Peel Pub.
There are many brasseries to choose from in Old Montreal.