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Monsieur -- (French)
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • "Messieurs," Fache called out, and the men turned.
  • "Pain is good, monsieur," the man said.
  • Excusez-moi, messieurs.
  • This is the concierge, monsieur.
  • "Mais, monsieur," the concierge pressed, lowering his voice to an urgent whisper.
  • Toilettes Messieurs!
  • I apologize, monsieur, but a man like this… I cannot presume the authority to stop him.
  • Your French is better than you admit, Monsieur Langdon.
  • That, monsieur, is precisely the question you are here to answer.
  • Monsieur Langdon, I am Agent Neveu from DCPJ’s Cryptology Department.
  • Good luck, monsieur.
  • I’ll contact Monsieur Vernet immediately.
  • Certainly, monsieur, considering the circumstances, you can help us.
  • "Monsieur Vernet," Sophie pressed, her tone firm.
  • "Your name, monsieur?" the woman pressed.
  • Monsieur Vernet!
  • Monsieur Vernet, I am currently in charge of the Paris investigation.
  • Monsieur Langdon?" a man’s voice said.
  • "Monsieur Vernet," she pressed, "our time tonight is short.
  • Monsieur Saunière did that to himself.
  • Monsieur Langdon est arrivé.
  • "Monsieur Vernet," Fache said, before the man could even speak, "I am sorry I did not call you earlier.
  • Monsieur Saunière, forgive me, I must speak to you at once.
  • Monsieur Saunière, I would never have phoned you directly except this man made a comment which makes me now fear for your safety.
  • Mauvaise idée, Monsieur Langdon," he said, pressing the gun hard into Langdon’s back.

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  • Monsieur and Madame Curie studied radium.
  • Just think, monsieur, I had no idea that we should go farther than Paris;
    Jules Verne  --  Around the World in 80 Days

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