Noisy is the name or part of the name of six communes of France:
- Noisy-le-Grand in the Seine-Saint-Denis département
- Noisy-le-Roi in the Yvelines département
- Noisy-le-Sec in the Seine-Saint-Denis département
- Noisy-Rudignon in the Seine-et-Marne département
- Noisy-sur-École in the Seine-et-Marne département
- Noisy-sur-Oise in the Val-d'Oise département
For a different spelling, see Noise (disambiguation).
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Famous quotes containing the word noisy:
“Here me, neighbors! at last he cried,
What to me is this noisy ride?”
—John Greenleaf Whittier (18071892)
“Maybe its understandable what a history of failures Americas foreign policy has been. We are, after all, a country full of people who came to America to get away from foreigners. Any prolonged examination of the U.S. government reveals foreign policy to be Americas miniature schnauzera noisy but small and useless part of the national household.”
—P.J. (Patrick Jake)
“A man who whinnies with noisy laughter, surpasses all the animals in vulgarity.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)