The whole had been arranged under the superintendence of Ballard, the architect of the halles Centrales.
Let us go to Père Louviot's in the halles where we can meet some real men and women.
Then, taking his courage in both hands, he entered the single room that served the halles as living-dining-bedroom.
If any more were brought in, the halles would have to move out.
And for two hours the orange chevalier traversed the Saint-Honor quarter and the halles in all directions.
"And she has not recovered her figure yet," remarked the heroine of the halles.
It was near the halles (markets) that he had to work this time.
We are close by the halles—we must have come half a mile underground.
The halles Centrales occupy an entire square in the center of the city and cost $75,000, exclusive of the site.
They will kill you in the halles just as cheerfully as in the Quartier Marais.