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When it comes to dining in France, it’s all about the landrys

The world’s most popular restaurants are among the most expensive in the world, but a new study suggests they can be surprisingly cheap in France.

In a new survey by the research firm Euromonitor International, a majority of people said they’d pay up to €20 ($21) for a meal at a restaurant in France but would rather eat out for less than that.

That’s despite the fact that France has one of the highest rates of obesity in the developed world and one of Europe’s highest rates for diabetes.

The survey found that nearly half of respondents were concerned about the cost of food and the quality of the food they ate.

Only about 5% said they ate a meal for less money than €20 a person.

Euromonitor said it wanted to understand what people would think if they were asked to spend less than €10 on a meal in France and the result surprised most of the respondents.

“We think the answer is that the average person would say that they’d rather spend €20, rather than €30 or €40, on a dinner in France,” said James Sperry, Euromonitors global head of food & drinks.

The average person will spend more than €200 on a standard meal in Europe but would prefer to spend €30 to €40 on a lunch in FranceAccording to Euromoncer, France has the second highest obesity rate in Europe after Italy.

France also has the fourth highest rate of diabetes, with almost 5 million people suffering from the condition.

More than half of the people surveyed were in their late 20s and 30s, the survey showed.

The data showed that most of those surveyed had lived in France for at least five years, meaning they were willing to pay a premium for the opportunity to eat at the best restaurants in the country.

However, the report said that more than half the respondents said they would be willing to fork out more money for a better quality meal.

“The average cost of a meal on the menu would increase by at least €2, with those with a lot of money who want a high quality meal at the very top saying that they would pay more,” said Sperries.

But the average cost would only rise by a tenth of a euro for those who are in their 40s and 50s.

While most of France’s restaurants were rated highly, there were a few that were rated poorly, according to Euromarket.

The restaurants rated poorly were the Michelin-starred and the Micheline restaurants in Lyon, Lyon, Marseille and Toulouse.

The Michelin restaurant chain had a rating of 1.8 out of 5, the lowest score it has received in the past three years.

The Toulous restaurant chain was rated a 1.7 out of 6, the second lowest.

The other Michelin restaurants were Le Bernardin, Restaurant du Mont-de-Mars, Michelin A, Micheline A and La Tourbillon.

When Trump’s campaign and the GOP establishment were all in bed with Trump’s daughter-in-law

HILLARY ROGERS: In the months after his election, Ivanka Trump told her brother, Jared Kushner, that her father would nominate someone who would not be a traditional Republican, and she was right.

In April, when she spoke to her brother about the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, she told him, “I know your dad will nominate someone that is different, someone who is not part of the Republican Party.”

That was before he even had a chance to make his nomination.

So Ivanka, when her father was trying to nominate somebody different, she had no idea what he was talking about, let alone who he was thinking of nominating.

So, what I saw in those conversations is an attempt by his campaign to change the subject and get Ivanka to say, “Look, I can’t support you,” and that is a very, very dangerous thing for the Trump family.

She could not.

Now, her father has been a long-time supporter of the Supreme the court, but I think she has a very strong view about the court.

She’s a believer in the separation of powers.

And I think there are things in that judicial philosophy that he’s not in sync with.

So there are a lot of things that I think could really be taken apart by the people running his administration.

I think that is going to be a very difficult time for the White House.

JOE ROGER: So what you’re saying is that Ivanka was not telling her brother what she thought?

JEANNE JACKSON: She was very clear that she was not going to support her father, and that he was not nominating someone that was different, and I think those are very important issues for her and I don’t think she would have said those things if they weren’t true.

I do think she could have said that.

She should have.

JEREMY BIDEN: It’s a very different message.

JOSEPH BIDENS: Ivanka was trying — she was trying very hard to find ways to get her father to nominate someone different.

And, in fact, he nominated someone that he had never even heard of.

She had said that she would not support him if he nominated somebody who wasn’t a Republican, but she’s now saying that she is not supporting him because he has been very successful as a businessman.

I don�t think that she has much experience with politics.

She has never been involved in politics.

So I think, you know, I would have to see a lot more evidence before I would say that she’s not going along with what his father has done.

RICHARD BIDMAN: So there’s a different dynamic there.

ROGE BIDMEN: It was a very clear statement of intent.

And the more the story became public, the more she became an opponent of her father and her father’s policies.

I was shocked that she said that because, in her mind, she was a supporter of his policies.

She thought he was a great businessman.

And yet she had become so upset with the fact that she had made such a public statement.

So now she’s saying, “Well, I was in a position of supporting him when he was in the White Senate and I thought he had done a good job.”

She’s now going to fight against him.

She is not going back on her own and saying, oh, no, no I was wrong, but the reality is, she is going back to her father.

JAMES BIDSON: And I don’t think she was necessarily going to have a problem with him nominating someone who was different.

I mean, I think Ivanka would have loved to see Neil Gorsuch.

But I think the problem is that the Senate is not exactly a bastion of Republicanism.

So it could be a real problem for her, because I think it is going a long way to creating an opening for Democrats to take on her father if he’s nominated.