Madame lorrain the younger, Pierrette's mother, died in 1819.
But the lorrain Emperors have not forgotten their old virtue of hospitality.
Madame lorrain had received the money only the day before the post brought her Brigaut's letter, enclosing that of Pierrette.
Her grandfather and grandmother lorrain wrote to us—when was that, my dear?
His parents were poor, lived in the Duchy of lorrain and from that political division the Artist was named.
Then Brigaut, advancing, was horrified at the sight of Madame lorrain, who was now weeping.
The two lorrain princes attributed the queen-mother's absence to some trick of their niece.
lorrain, pursing up his lips, waved a severely negative finger before his nose.
lorrain replies, "Yes, Monseigneur," as the big tears run down his bronzed cheeks.
Anna Mikhaylovna stepped forward and, stooping over the dying man, beckoned to lorrain from behind her back.
region in eastern France, from Medieval Latin Lotharingia, literally "Lothar's Realm," name later given to the northern portion of the lands assigned by the Treaty of Verdun (843 C.E.) to Lothair I in the first division of the Carolingian empire. His empire stretched from the North Sea to the Mediterranean. Before his death (855 C.E.), Lothair subdivided his lands among his three sons. His son, Lothair (for whom the region is named), was given Lotharingia as his kingdom.