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It was their custom to meet once a week, at the house of one or another, for a "causerie," as the avocat called it.
The first three would make a very good group for a twenty-page causerie.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
In the hands of a pinchbeck Anatole France, how unendurable the review conceived as a causerie would become!
Those wishing to follow this interesting causerie should read "Montcalm" by M. Thomas Chapais, 1911.
Early in the seventeenth century the causerie (chat) was highly esteemed in France.
BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, VOLUME 2LILLIAN EICHLER WATSON
Up to this time, he had observed a profound silence; but for all that, I fancied he was not disinclined to a little causerie.
We had a great causerie over pictures of home scenes, and of many places in India.
Which, by a happy coincidence, is exactly my verdict author's method in this graceful causerie.
Every one of his plates is like a spirited causerie, which is to be understood through nods and winks.
After this I must have decided against starting at all, for nothing more came of the causerie.

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