Definition of 'Notre Dame'
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A man and a woman on a summer's day, squinting into the camera in front of Notre Dame. MAN AND WIFE (2002)The long, uncurtained windows of the huge room looked over the rooftops to the towers of Notre Dame. THE WHITE DOVEThe bells of Notre Dame were ringing, plangent, unmistakably Parisian. THE WHITE DOVE
Out in front, a few hundred yards away was the Cathedral of Notre Dame set on its ancient island in the middle of the River Seine. BARRACUDA 945 (2003)
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