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  • Among the younger people, the city is commonly called "Aux" as a short form.
  • The show's first season is currently airing on Aux and is in post production for its second season.
  • But he would as soon run you through in the presence as in the Pre aux Clercs! Cited from Count Hannibal, by Stanley J. Weyman
  • Aux returns such as those signals returning from external processors are often in the master section.
  • The greater the number of bits allocated to aux data, the lower the bit rate.
  • Likewise, movement towards those locations necessitates the plural - aux - before the place name.
  • Students, especially those who study English, often become aux pairs to immerse themselves into the language and culture of Australia.
  • They remained on Ile aux Vaisseaux the following day due to bad weather.
  • Indeed it was the existence of a commercial monument industry that made the creation of so many monument aux morts possible.
  • Mirabel-aux-Baronnies was one of the first villages having a public water system.
  • Over time the area around River aux Vases became known as a breeding center for mules.
  • Aux unit members had a life expectancy of up to 2 weeks after an invasion.
  • Four years later, he was given command of the fort at Ile aux Tourtes.
  • She usually operates carrying commercial vehicles only on the North Sydney-Port aux Basques route.
  • Of these, only La Cage aux Folles has won the award twice.
  • My mother would freeze some chicken and we would have some poutine aux craquettes.
  • I should like some Omelette aux Champignons, please, and some red wine -- nothing more. Cited from The Lighted Way, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • The two men then took four years to complete this in workshops at Fontenay-aux-Roses.
  • This would make these sites the same age as L'Anse aux Meadows.
  • This would make these sites the same age as L'Anse aux Meadows.
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