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Title: Argot and Slang - A New French and English Dictionary of the Cant Words, - Quaint Expressions, Slang Terms and Flash Phrases Used in - the High and Low Life of Old and New Paris Author: Barrère, Albert Language: English As this book started as an ASCII text book there are no pictures available. ARGOTIER, _m._ (thieves’), _one of the brotherhood of thieves_, or “family man.” ARGOUSIN, _m._ (popular), _foreman_, or “boss.” ARGUCHE, _m._ (thieves’), _cant_, or “flash;” _a fool_, _dunce_, or “go-along.” ARGUEMINE, _f._ (thieves’), _hand_, or “famm.” ARICOTEUR, _m._ (thieves’), _executioner_.
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During a long course of philological studies, extending over many years, I have been in the habit of putting on record, for my own edification, a large number of those cant and slang terms and quaint expressions of which the English and French tongues furnish an abundant harvest. =GILL.= ARTICHE, _m._ (thieves’), retirer l’----, _to pick the pockets of a drunkard_.When you respond to the drawing problem (developing legislation to curb byb, puppymills, and purebred breeders that are not breeding for structure of performance), you will be entered into a drawing for one of 3 11"x 14" pastel or oil pictures of a photo of your dog/dogs.If you want to meet Filipina girls no matter to just sleep with them or rather to find a girlfriend you have four options: Option 1: You go in a girly bar and spend some money on her so she agrees to hang out with you.The fact is not to be ignored that the chief works of the so-called Naturalistic School do certainly find their way to this country, where they command a large number of readers. ARTIE, ARTIF, ARTIFFE, LARTIE, LARTON, _m._ (thieves’), _bread_; ---- de Meulan, _white bread_; ---- du gros Guillaume, _brown bread_; ---- de guinaut, _mouldy bread_.These productions of modern French fiction dwell with complaisance on the vices of society, dissect them patiently, often with power and talent, and too often exaggerate them. Ecoutez marques et mions, J’aime la croûte de parfond, J’aime l’artie, j’aime la crie, J’aime la croûte de parfond. ARTILLEUR (popular), _drunkard_; _one skilful in working the_ “canon,” _or glass of wine at wine-shops_; ---- à genoux, or de la pièce humide, _a military hospital orderly_; ---- à l’aiguille, _tailor_; ---- de la pièce humide, _a fireman_; also, _one who is voiding urine_, or “lagging.” ARTIS, _m._ (thieves’), langage de l’----, _cant_, or “flash.” ARTISTE, _m._ (popular), _veterinary surgeon_, “vet;” _spendthrift leading a careless life_; _sweeper_; _comrade_, or “pal.” ARTON. ARTOUPAN, _m._ (thieves’), _guard or warder at a penal servitude depôt_, or “screw.” ART ROYAL (freemasons’), _freemasonry_.