Fours may refer to the following places in France:

  • Fours, Gironde, in the Gironde partement
  • Fours, Nièvre, in the Nièvre département
  • Fours-en-Vexin, in the Eure département

Other articles related to "fours, four":

Giuseppe Galante
... boat which won the silver medal in the coxless fours event ... Four years later he won his second silver medal with the Italian boat in the coxed fours competition ... Games he was part of the Italian boat which finished fourth in the coxed fours event ...
List Of First-class Cricket Records - Individual Records - Individual Records (batting) - Most Boundaries in An Innings
... Player Match Season 72 (10 sixes and 62 fours) Brian Lara (he scored 501*) Warwickshire v Durham at Birmingham 68 ... (68 fours) Percy Perrin (343*) Essex v Derbyshire at Chesterfield 65 ... (a six ...
List Of Playing-card Nicknames - Texas Hold 'em Pocket Card Nicknames - Four Higher Card
... Name Explanation 44 Dark Force (4♠ 4♣) Dark Side Of The Fours Darth Vader (4♠ 4♣) The two black fours are the "Dark Side of the Fours" Diana Dors Her top measurement The Harley (4♠ 4♣) Favorite hand ... character in 24 Lumberman's Hand A common piece of lumber is a two by four The Principle Canadian Politician, Steven Hicks Favorite hand ...
Plus Fours
... Plus fours are breeches or trousers that extend 4 inches (10 cm) below the knee (and thus four inches longer than traditional knickerbockers, hence the name) ... fashions and lifestyles of the 1920s", plus fours were introduced to America by Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII of the United Kingdom), during a diplomatic ... Some plus fours even came as complete suits ...

Famous quotes containing the word fours:

    Art—the one achievement of Man which has made the long trip up from all fours seem well advised.
    James Thurber (1894–1961)