Perhaps he took three or four days to perform the forty-five kilomtres which separate Sancerre from Bourges.
He gave his name as Auguste Lessite, and believed he was born at Bourges.
She resided at Bourges, where she spent her time in the exercise of charity, to which she devoted her large revenues.
At Bourges he applied to the Greek tongue, under the direction of professor Wolmar.
Now he could take the opportunity of going on from Bourges to her chateau.
There is also glass of much the same sort at Poitiers, Bourges, and Rheims.
He held his little court at Bourges, where he lived as gaily as he could, sometimes in want of the necessaries of life.
The Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges embraces twenty-three articles.
Next day, the 17th, the Archbishop of Bourges announced it to the conference at Suresnes.
Our Henry V. had shrunk his kingdom into the town of Bourges.
U.S. pop performer, born Cherilyn Sarkisian (1946). As a given name for girls in U.S., it hit a bump of popularity 1972-73 around the time she starred in a popular TV variety show.
Personable; attractive: He's a real cher cat
[1960s+ Teenagers; fr French ''dear'']