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  • Pitre, a tattoo artist, was painting Jindal's image above the word "bonhomme," or "good man" in French, to pay homage to the governor's response to the growing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

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  • Et si le vieux bonhomme ne nous apporte pas tout ce que nous avons demandé, rêvons encore plus fort et sans limites puisque les étoiles inconnnues seront telles que nous les aurons dessinées.

    Felix et errabunda XXXVIIIa

  • Je suis mon petit bonhomme de chemin, je ne me prend plus la tete je suis bete et discipliné quoique des fois je fais un peu ce qu'il me plait mais j'emmerde le monde. j'en ai marre de vouloir bien faire et puis de rien avoir en retour a part des engueulade sur des trucs qui n'ont pas ete fait par moi en plus ...

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  • At this word, Monsieur, the man turned; up to that time, the Thenardier had addressed him only as brave homme or bonhomme.

    Les Miserables

  • C'est un pitit jeu ou on incarne un bonhomme de neige et on evolue dans des plateaux avec des mechants qu'on doit congeler pour faire disparaitre du plateau!

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  • En premier j'ai vu un bonhomme qui rit, en deuxieme un clown triste et en troisieme un bonhomme effrayé!

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  • Your stout good-natured husband (ton gros bonhomme de mari) is usually buried in his books at that time; we will sing once more the song of your poet Pouskine (de botre poete Pouskine) that you taught me: ‘Old husband, cruel husband!’

    A House of Gentlefolk

  • His bonhomme Richard was a very ingenious Thing, which had been so much celebrated in France, gone through so many Ad Editions, and been recommended by Curates and Bishops to so many Parishes and

    John Adams diary 29, 12 March - 31 July 1779

  • "_Un peu cassé, le bonhomme_" he said, as he nodded to the cripple in a tone of reflection, as if the breakage that bad befallen his humble friend were a fresh incident in his experience.

    In and out of Three Normady Inns

  • I bought out the _bonhomme_ who lived over yonder.

    In and out of Three Normady Inns

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