Competition is fierce for the revue, so her talent must have shone.
Published by A. Vandal in the "revue bleue," mars—avril, 1895.
If it is a revue, I have all of the skits and numbers with me.
The revue Brittanique has some interesting facts as to the English book trade.
M. May describes and figures this variety in the revue Horticole for 1880.
Sciout: Le Directoire, also article in revue des questions historiques, 1886.
The new 'revue' seemed to be the very last thing that they were interested in.
revue d'histoire et de critique musicale, August-September, 1901.
If I do not hear from you I will return the 'revue' in a few days (with the cover).
The revue de Paris also thought it worthy to be published in its pages.
1872, "show presenting a review of current events," from French revue, from Middle French, literally "survey," noun use of fem. past participle of revoir "to see again" (see review (n.)). Later extended to shows consisting of a series of unrelated scenes.