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 The order of Saint-Louis as award 
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Post The order of Saint-Louis as award
The order of Saint-Louis was a great honor given by the King to a nobleman...I think that the Reinne Adrienne :D could make this order as an award, like the rose...She said that she was thinking in making more awards...It would be nice to make orders like the french ones... :lol: [/url]

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Sounds very fitting

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What a lovely idea Jules! Now that I'm back from holiday I shall look at the awards more closely.

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Splendid Idea Jules!

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Post Re: The order of Saint-Louis as award
I would like to nominate Delicate Fleur as a recipient of an award. She deserves it and I am certain that all would agree.
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