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J'aime d'ailleurs beaucoup le coup de l'oignon qui absorbe les bactéries. "En 1919, la grippe est réputée être provoquée par une bactérie.

The exact story that lies behind the words of the song is unclear, but in his 1926 memoirs, Weatherly suggested that it concerned a love affair of one of his close friends. [4] [Note 1] Weatherly travelled in France visiting the Rhone valley and Chamonix. [4] Picardy was a historical province of France which stretched from north of Noyon to Calais via the whole of the Somme department and the north of the Aisne department. This area contained the Somme battlefields – the scene of some of the fiercest fighting during the First World War. [5] [Note 2]

The City of Paris's administrative limits form an East-West oval centred on the island at its historical heart, the Île de la Cité ; this island is near the top of an arc of the Seine river that divides the city into southern Rive Gauche (Left Bank) and northern Rive Droite regions. Paris is but the core of a built-up area that extends well beyond its limits: commonly referred to as the agglomération Parisienne , and statistically as a unité urbaine (a measure of urban area ), the Paris agglomeration's 2013 population of 10,601,122 made it the largest urban area in the European Union . [3] City-influenced commuter activity reaches well beyond even this in a statistical aire urbaine de Paris (a measure of metropolitan area ), that had a 2013 population of 12,405,426, [8] a number one-fifth the population of France, [9] , after London , the second largest metropolitan area in the European Union .

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