• capital city of france; city in texas (usa); trojan prince who abducted helen of troy which started the trojan war, also known as alexandros or alexander (greek mythology)
• paris is the capital of france and its largest city. population: 2,152,000 (1990).
• (born 1981) u.s. model and actress who is heiress of the hilton hotel fortune, nicknamed "paris the heiress"
commune of paris
• brief socialist and reformist government formed in paris (1792-1794) by an unlawful takeover of control of supreme power on the part of representatives chosen by the communes which represented urban workers and tradespeople and radical bourgeois
plaster of paris
• plaster of paris is a type of plaster made from a white powder and water which is used to make plaster casts.
the last tango in paris
• famous french movie starring marlon brando
the school of paris
• center of international art until after world war ii (embodied many different artistic styles - cubism, fauvism, orphism, etc.)