On the floor, the bricks are inscribed with “merci” and “Thanks” and covered in a layer of coins.
Choire Sicha heads up to merci Gap to survey the T-shirts, shop-kids and couture.
"merci, merci," says the old chap who dives for another candle, and lit a second for the good of Thomson's soul.
You must indeed have been sorely pressed, having merci's whole force to contend with.
In the restaurant it is proper to say "merci, Monsieur," to the head waiter who shows you to your place.
merci, as he fell back, had caused a rumour to be spread that he was making for the Danube.
His face was deadly pale, as he turned from these insolent intruders to his deliverer, whom he saluted, with a "merci bien!"
merci had, as usual, chosen his position with great judgment.
So I took my bowl of soup very meekly, and said: merci, mille fois, and went to work.
It is nothing but morals and gin; but, Dieu merci, they have not been at the theatre.