Then they banged the temple bells and blew the conches louder than ever.
The sheep did not last long, and soon resort was had again to the conches.
The general invited the mayor of Conches, the lieutenant, and the sergeant to breakfast.
Then he'll go from Soulanges to Conches by the mail-road; that's shortest.
They are Moles in habit, and the eyes are covered with skin; the ears, moreover, have no conches.
All at once the conches and chichikous were heard sounding on the right and left, in the rear and front!
West of Conches is a grand forest tract, the road through which runs up-hill and down dale for fourteen kilometres.
Conches had its origin in the foundation of an abbey here by the seigneur of the region, named Roger, in 1035.
Blondet took a short cut through the labyrinths of the park to reach the gate of Conches.
She slipped like an eel through a break in the hedge, and was off on the way to Conches with the speed of a hunted hare.