Once he met her full in the face, upon the perron of the Cathedral of St. Marie.
Peace was duly proclaimed at the perron in the market-place of Lige.
He sprinkled the perron from the golden basin which hung from the oak that shaded it, and beheld all the marvels.
Jeremiah, from the perron of the temple, summons Israel to set out.
The Duke of Mantua once observed to the celebrated perron, that the court-jester was a fellow without either wit or humour.
Far from being pressé, friend perron, I have an eternity at your service.
Presently I recollected the situation, and turned to leave the perron.
The garden was laid out elaborately with a perron and many raised seats.
perron, a stout, middle-aged figure, is seated in front of his watchmaker's establishment near the Place St. Sulpice.
He hastened down the steps of the perron, and calling to his chamberlain, came with what speed he might to the nave.