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  • (n) a person of French nationality



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    When Frenchwoman Mireille Guiliano was a girl, she spent a year abroad in the United States, during which time she gained so much weight, that her father, upon her return, greeted her by saying she looked like, ?un sac de patates,? or, a bag of potatoes. After putting on even more pounds in her first semester of college, a doctor set her on the right path by having her eat seasonal foods in ...
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  1. "It's always difficult and not very comfortable to play another Frenchwoman," Mauresmo said. "Yes, it was tight, but we showed some good things, sometimes a little bit up and down, but overall (it was) a pretty good match."
    on Oct 6, 2008 By: Amelie Mauresmo Source: CNN

  2. "The spies were always after something," Mr. Furst writes. "If you were a journalist, here all of a sudden came the warmest Russian, most cultured German, most sophisticated Frenchwoman you ever met."
    on May 31, 2006 By: Alan Furst Source: New York Times

  3. "They said, 'We could try it.' For two days, they sat there and suffered me playing Karen as a Frenchwoman," said Natasha.
    on Jun 3, 2009 By: Natascha McElhone Source: E! Online

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