They would find a world of things to say of the rugged fairyland of Auvergne or the swooning loveliness of the côte d'Azur.
It was nearly time to catch the train, but he thought no more of the côte d'Azur!
I met him above the côte de —— and flew with him at a great altitude.
She would have caught the côte d'Azur this morning but there was no place on the train.
Another hill on the opposite side of the river produces the wine called the côte rotie.
How did he who derived côtentin from côte deal with other names of districts following the same form?
Lower down the côte, convent walls raise themselves above red-tiled and lichen-grown roofs.
The second terrace begins at Twenty-fifth street, and the third at côte Brillante, four miles west of the river.
Hold on till you get the light at this channel here, southeast of the côte Blanche.
It is now the chief place in the department of the côte d'or, and contains a population of about 22,000 inhabitants.