At the same time a battalion was setting foot in the defences of the southern edges of the wood of trou Bricot.
The ground to the east of the trou Bricot was less difficult.
The commonaltee or base multitude, liueth more quietlieThe state or good counsai- lers, trou- blous.
Et moi aussi, je reste dans mon trou, et mon trou est assez beau pour que j'y reste, car mon trou est--Richard Wagner.
Had the sentence not been obliterated, the querist would have read, trou moet blcken.
For tre (which is obviously Troy) means in Cornish dwelling, and in French trou means hole.
The first of these are beyond doubt the kinsmen of our little men of the trou de Frontal, in Belgium.
Other watering-places have a drive along the sea-front, but the gay little bathing “trou” has no sea-front.
The arrangements made for the attack contemplated, after the capture of la Poche, the surrounding of the wood of the trou Bricot.
This question we repeated frequently, and the answers assured us that là haut we should see the castle and the "trou Meluisin."