Avlon, Angelo, and louis focus on writing that resembles “short stories that really happened.”
Amid corporate intrigue and overwrought shows, louis Vuitton, Valentino, and Miu Miu deliver subtle delights.
louis B. Jones is the author of the novels Ordinary Money, Particles and Luck, and California's Over.
"Sunlight is… the best of disinfectants," as louis Brandeis famously said.
On the show, comedian louis C.K. asked Rumsfeld pointedly: “Are you a lizard?”
“Some of them will,” remarked louis with a ruminating smile.
"I think we all know the animals of which you speak, Achang, except one," said louis.
And then her other grand-nephew, louis Fores, did not arrive.
"We all heard the lecture of Professor Giroud on board the ship," replied louis.
I havent counted the marquiss hundred louis, nor what several of your friends owe you.
masc. proper name, from French Louis, from Old French Loois, probably via Medieval Latin Ludovicus, a Latinization of Old High German Hluodowig, literally "famous in war" (cf. Clovis; for etymology, see Ludwig). Louis Quatorze (1855) refers to styles reminiscent of the time of King Louis XIV of France (1643-1715).
A king of France in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Louis was known as the Sun King for his power and splendor. By inviting French nobles to live in luxury at his palace at Versailles, he removed them as threats and greatly increased his own power. He is known for saying, “L'état, c'est moi” (“I am the state”).
The last king of France before the French Revolution; the husband of Marie Antoinette. He at first accepted a change from absolute monarchy (see ancien régime) to constitutional monarchy in France. Then he tried to flee the country and was brought back a prisoner. Radicals, including the Jacobins, assumed control of the revolution and had Louis and Marie Antoinette beheaded for treason.