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The Entente Cordiale, signed in 1904, aimed to settle long-standing colonial disputes in areas such as Morocco and Egypt.
While in Toulouse, Her Majesty then unveiled a new Virgin Atlantic Airways A340-600 aircraft named, 'Queen of the Skies' in celebration of the Entente Cordiale.
After the game, what ever the outcome, what better way to celebrate the entente cordiale than have a delicious meal of Welsh lamb or beef washed down with French morgon.
It's more than 100 years since the Entente Cordiale marked the end of colonial disputes between France and Britain.
Hardly lines to inspire the entente cordiale among European nations, is it?
It also marked the 100th anniversary of the Entente Cordiale - the agreement between old enemies Britain and France to settle future disputes amicably.
BRITISH troops led France's annual Bastille Day parade for the first time yesterday to celebrate the centenary of the Entente Cordiale - the historic pact ending centuries of warring and hostility.
The visit by Mr Errera, who has been French ambassador for three years, also marked the 100th anniversary of the Entente Cordiale ( an agreement signed by the British and French governments to bring about peace between the two countries.
Britain's new pounds 5 coin - The Entente Cordiale Commemorative coin celebrating a century of friendship with France - has such a grotesque elongated foot that I can hardly bear to look at it.
The idea is to cement the entente cordiale between Britain and France.
And, in a nice touch worthy of the Entente Cordiale, they entrusted the job to English rose specialist Daniel Austin.
Following a route between EDF's London office and the Paris headquarters of parent company ElectricitA de France, the ride was not only a charity initiative but also celebrated the 100th anniversary of the entente cordiale between England and France.

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