Yet even for her the sea could not always be calm, or the skies of the Midi and the Riviera blue.
He was born in the Midi, as they call the southern part of France.
If you have travelled in the Midi you have seen it, and you are to see it again now.
They're talkers, you know, in the Midi, and they tell of what they've done.
She stopped in her swift flight to him through the dusk of the Midi garden.
The class that has monopolized the Riviera has tried to recreate Paris in the Midi.
They are mostly men of the Midi, Roman Gauls every inch of them.
There is Nantoux, towards the midi where the rains come from.
Along with the wines of the Midi may well be coupled the olives.
By 1629 Protestantism was crushed in the Midi as a political force.