Sartre, Beauvoir, Vian and Greco were holding court in the cafes and nightclubs of Saint German.
I laid it out near the cabin skylight, and there courted sleep, rolled in my Greco.
After dinner we go and have coffee and mezzo-caldo at the Cafe Greco over the way.
To those who read men like books, the Greco offers a valuable circulating library.
Goethe, you may be sure, enjoyed the hero-worshipful gaze focussed on him from all the tables of the Caffe' Greco.
A Cézanne landscape is not dissimilar in aim to an El Greco.
Certain scandals had come to light in a small convent school at Greco near Milan.
A very common form in Greco–Roman times is the cippus , a short column, like an altar.
The Greco plot, though probably few believed that Mazzini was an accomplice, made it difficult for the King to treat with him.
Greco stopped in mid-sentence, listening like a hunted creature.