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A traboule is a Lyons expression and inhabitant of Saint-Etienne coming from the verb trabouler (of Latin transambulare via the vulgar Latin trabulare "to cross") indicating a passage through courses of building which makes it possible to go of a street another parallel street in the most direct way that it is. One also says "gone who traboule" or "gone" very short. Similar passages also exist in Chambéry, but are exclusively named "gone

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