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Marguerite ate her raisins glaces without taking any more notice of me.
CAMILLE (LA DAME AUX CAMILIAS)ALEXANDRE DUMAS, FILS
At the extremity of the town is a handsome castle, constructed on a height, with glaces as far as the walls.
Le fruict qu'il en rapporta fut d'auoir expos plusieurs fois sa vie pour Dieu, parmy les dangers des glaces et du mauuais temps.
The dessert was a wonderful preparation of alternate layers of biscuit glaces, ice cream, and candied chestnuts.
THE OCTOPUSFRANK NORRIS
So, as we pursued our way along the Galerie des Glaces, I extracted their promise.
Passing a pastry cook's, he noticed some marrons glaces in a glass jar, and thought, "I will take in a pound for Clotilde."
He pointed out the bag on the mantel-shelf, saying, "I have bought you some marrons glaces."
Just beyond the vestibule is the "Gallery de Glaces," from which most of the rooms of the casino can be entered.
And then, when you have lived long in France, that day in the Salle des Glaces becomes unconsciously a part of your life.
PARIS VISTASHELEN DAVENPORT GIBBONS
Eschapps des tourmentes, nous entrasmes dans les glaces sur les Aores du banc, degrez du nort 46.

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