Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Sarklove: J'ai deux amours

Le coup d'eclat'
There is a strong chance that you will learn about it after it's already done,
" he said, with a grin.
"Normally the Elysee (presidential palace) is a boring place where nothing ever happens, where there are men who wear ties, with wives they've had for 40 years and mistresses that they hide. This is a 'coup d'eclat' as has never before happened in France," said Loic Sellin, editor of popular magazine Voici.
Coup d'eclat - in Spanish:un toque de luz/ de brillo

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