For here at the etoile he had that evening overheard Saint-Eustache in conversation with those two bravi below stairs.
Is not the etoile as much for me as for you, whoever you may be?
The etoile, which had been awaiting her for four days, had left France later than was expected.
When Bougainville visited the etoile, he received Barr's confession.
The etoile, it seems, had now considerably the advantage over her.
This was the meeting of etoile, in the mild end of November 1789.
They came to the etoile, and cut across it toward the Avenue Hoche.
From the etoile he walked down the Champs-Elysées, but presently turned toward the river.
I wish to take a flat, in another quarter of the town, near the etoile or the Parc Monceau, and—open a pension.
etoile means star, and the French give that name to a place where several roads diverge from one point.