temps will be above freezing, making gloves no longer a necessity.
During the last years of his life he wrote for the Opposition newspaper, the temps.
Papers like the temps called upon the government to dissolve the Confederation.
As the temps said one day, in speaking incidentally of revolutions: "One does not make them; they make themselves."
As well essay to learn a sparrow to sing, ‘J’ay tout perdu mon temps.
According to the "Mmoires de mon temps," this Princess was constantly tormented by the king.
There was so much mourning now and according to the temps, the war was hardly begun.
Paris, 1881—Gigoux, J. Causeries sur les artistes de mon temps.
M. de Sarcey, in the temps of to-day, enters into a lengthy argument to prove that the Parisians are heroic.
The following is an extract from the temps of November 11, 1872.
(Variations: where to put [or shove or stick or stuff] may replace what to do with) To reject something vehemently and defiantly •A euphemism for stick it up your ass: She told me rudely what to do with my proffered assistance/ The first thing I did when I got home was to tell my old boss where to stick my old job (entry form 1946+)