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Friends … Enemies

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Our friends the enemy. When, on April 1, 1814, the allied armies entered Paris, Sir George Jackson tells us he heard a viva pass along the streets, and the shout “nos amis, nos ennemis.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Friday
Friday Street (London)
Friday and Columbus
Friday and the United States
Friday a Lucky Day
Friday, an Unlucky Day
Friend (A)
Friend at Court
Friend in Need (A)
Friend of Man
Friends … Enemies
Friendly Suit (A)
Friendship (Examples of):
Friendships Broken (Eng. Hist.):
Frigga
Frilingi
Fringe
Frippery
Frisket
Frith
Frithiof (pron. Frit-yoff)