After lunch one day, Hollande drove her back to her hotel in Limoges (he was headed to Tulle) and confessed his love.
When they do dine, the Hitchcocks sometimes use Limoges china marked “Plaza Athénée.”
The Pope demanded the immediate reinstatement of the Bishop of Limoges in his office and lands.
As a consequence, the poet retired for a time from Paris to banishment at Limoges.
I must take Monsieur Bonnet at once to Limoges by order of the bishop.
Jourdan was likewise a nobleman, born at Limoges to the rank of count in 1762.
Limoges is the centre of the porcelain industry and has important liqueur distilleries.
We owe it to M. Montaigne, member of the Society of Limoges.
Limoges, the capital, is the seat of a bishopric and of a court of appeal, and is the headquarters of the XII.
A certain foreign contractor at Limoges was ruined by the famine of 1770.