Quai de(s).... Listed under next word. e.g. Quai des Orfèvres... Orfèvres, Quai des.
Quai des Orfèvres. see: Orfèvres, Quai des
Quartier Latin. see: Latin Quarter
Quatre-Septembre, Rue du. [Paris. 2e, Bourse. from Rue Vivienne to Place de l'Opéra]
Boris Krofta ran an import-export business with offices in the Rue du Quatre-Septembre. They'd had the first floor flat at 17b Place des Vosges for over 15 years. About 45, Hungarian or Czech, M thought.
Quatre Sergents de La Rochelle Quatre Sergents de la Rochelle Quatre-Vents, Les
Quatre Sergents de La Rochelle. This time the call [from Albert Rochain] had come in from the Quatre Sergents de La Rochelle, a restaurant on the Boulevard Beaumarchais, close to the Place de la Bastille. [1947-MOR]
Quatre Sergents de la Rochelle. It was at the Quatre Sergents de la Rochelle with Fernand Barillard that Mina Claes drank her first aperitif. [1965-PAT]
Quatre-Vents, Les. see: Les Quatre-Vents Ferdinand Fumal was the son of the butcher at Les Quatre-Vents, a hamlet a mile or so away. [1956-ECH]
Quay Rats Club.
M already knew that they were the members of the so-called Quay Rats Club, and their leader, Oosting, called the Baes.
Quimper. [manufacturing and commercial commune, NW France, capital, Finistère dept. pop. 1968: 52,496. near Bay of Biscay, 112 mi. W of Rennes; ; sardine fisheries, pottery (Quimper or Brittany ware), tourism.]
M was reading a letter from Jorissen, who he had been friends with at school. He'd become a teacher at Quimper.... Five years later, passing through Quimper, M saw a rope merchant standing in his shop door, calling to his son, Pierrot. It was Pierre Le Clinche. M hurried past. [1931-REN]
Lucas said he'd stopped the van from the Voyages Duchemin Agency in the Boulevard Rochechouart. They'd collected a trunk from a 3rd-floor tenant, M. Bécheval, to be sent by goods train to Quimper. Martino's body was in it. [1936-pig]
Apparently Léontine Antoine and Joseph Antoine had been great travelers. They'd visited Quimper, La Baule, Arcachon, and Biarritz. They'd toured the Massif Central, and spent summers on the Riviera. [1970-FOL]
A few minutes later they were on the road to Quimperlé. [1931-JAU]
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