intendance[ in-ten-duh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF intendance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTENDANCE
Arriving at the Intendance, he had awaited Doltaire's coming.
This is the second time he has been feasted at the Intendance when he should have been in prison.
Another, he come and say, 'Voban, he can not keep away from the Intendance.
Doltaire's imprisonment in a room of the Intendance was not so mysterious as suggestive.
Defects in administration by the Intendance, and general obstructiveness in that branch of the service.
I have now a slice of the Intendance for my own, and we shall breakfast like squirrels in a loft.
She found a pretense to call upon Barbaroux, then with his friends at the Intendance.
He would of preference have stayed in the Intendance had he known that pitfalls and traps were at every footstep.
Yet at this very time Doltaire was living in the Intendance, and, as he had told Alixe, not without some personal danger.
She walked lame, and must use a stick, and we issued forth towards the Intendance, Mathilde remaining behind.