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- lutèce is the french form of lutetia , the roman city where paris now stands. the name also refers to: lutèce (elm hybrid), a new hybrid
- lutetia (also lutetia parisiorum in latin , lu****ia before, in french lutèce) was a town in pre-roman and roman gaul . the gallo-roman
- lutèce was a french restaurant in manhattan that operated for more than 40 years before closing in early 2004. it once had a satellite
- one of the last dutch hybrid cultivar elms to be released, ulmus nanguen (selling name lutèce , caps) is a complex fourth generation tree
- the arènes de lutèce are among the most important remains from the gallo-roman era in paris (formerly known as lutèce in french or
- the prix de lutèce is a group 3 flat horse race in france open to three-year-old thoroughbred s. it is run at longchamp over a
- lutèce was a restaurant located in the grand canal shoppes at the venetian on the las vegas strip . the restaurant was owned by ark
- the lutece twins: robert (oliver vaquer) and rosalind lutece (jennifer hale ) are two mysterious individuals that direct booker to columbia
- the new city was called lutetia or lutetia parisiorum (lutece of the parisii). the name probably came from the latin word luta, meaning
- continuing onwards, they unravel a conspiracy behind the city's founding: zachary hale comstock had the lutece twins construct a 'siphon'