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  • n  a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers

  • She's there to tell me about her beloved auberge, but doesn't protest when I ask her to pose in front of the movie posters.
  • And the Swiss do take very seriously the crime known as filouterie d'auberge (nonpayment of hotel bills), which is punishable by three months in jail and a fine.
  • This Christmas he is opening his own auberge, Chez Paul, in Sun Valley.

  • Alain Ducasse in AFP
    The young chef, who has previously worked under French master Alain Ducasse, said the star would "make no difference" to his two-year-old eatery. "This star will not change my plans for the Auberge Basque, or our attitude towards our guests...

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