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  1. In the world of endless journeys, Cest La Vie Hotel offers an inspired blend of art, design and comfort in a new hospitality concept in the heart of Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Wonder. This unique and centrally-located urban hotel captures, soul and energy of Cambodian capital and invites you to stay, and to be.
  2. Definition, Rechtschreibung, Synonyme und Grammatik von 'c'est la guerre' auf Duden online nachschlagen. Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache.
  3. Usually said with a shrug of the shoulders, upturned palms, and a slight shake of the head "C'est la guerre" is a nicely ironic phrase used as an excuse for anything which goes wrong, often due to incompetence (sometimes one's own) or cirmumstances beyond ones control.
  4. C'est La Vie, C'est La Guerre (Demo) Lyrics: We aren't kith or kin / No, we're not related / We made the same mistakes / In the same places / C'est la vie or c'est la guerre / .
  5. C'est La Guerre (foaled 8 October ) is a New Zealand Thoroughbred racehorse who on 1 March won the New Zealand Derby by four lengths, the largest winning margin of the race in ten years.. A son of Shinko King, C'est La Guerre was trained in Wanganui by part-owner Kevin Myers, who deserves plenty of the credit for the horse's Derby triumph. Myers trained and .
  6. English variation: C’est la vie, c’est la guerre, c’est la pomme de terre – literally, “That’s life, that’s war, that’s the potato” (French speakers have no idea about this one) English equivalents: stuff happens, (vulgar slang) s*** happens Other uses: In French, c’est la vie isn’t always a fatalistic expression. It can.
  7. Jul 22,  · The meaning of c’est la vie. Note: There is only one way to write c’est la amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.coinfo la vie, say la vie, say la vee, cie la vie, and sa la vie are all incorrect. So what does C’est la vie mean?. As you may be able to tell, c’est la vie literally translates to “That’s life.”In other words, “This is how it is” – often with the implication that there’s nothing you can do about it.
  8. Parce que c'est la belle vie! And letting me be a part of your life today. Oui, c'est la belle vie! Now that's the good life! Dériver dans le système solaire, ça c'est la belle vie! Drifting round the solar system that's the life if you can get it! Ça veut dire 6 semaines à l'hôpital, c'est la belle vie! That's six weeks easy time in.

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