Then it was on to Angouleme, recommended by a driver from Rouen.
The west portal of Rouen is half covered by a forest of timbering.
The telegram was signed by Homer and by Barrett, the superintendent of police at Rouen.
What is it, for instance, that has destroyed the Rouen, the Oxford of my elegant poetic regret?
If we could sort of get it out of her diplomatically, we could telegraph to Rouen for a good one.
Among her friends she included Chaumette and Desbazeilles, both officials of the court at Rouen.
He must meet Mr. Macauley, too, the most interesting man in Rouen.
The effect, for instance, of the modern electric tram in the midst of a city like Rouen is nothing less than extraordinary.
And what I was trying to do for you when we met in Rouen was—was courting you.
Had they fled frankly with him, to Rouen or anywhither, long ago!
city in northern France, Roman Rotomagus, in which the second element is Gaulish magos "field, market," and the first is roto "wheel," perhaps reflecting the Gaulish love of chariot-racing, or else it is a personal name.