French leave (disambiguation)

French leave (disambiguation)

French leave may be:

* French leave, behavior

Creative works:
* "French Leave" (novel), by Wodehouse
* "French Leave" (de Larrabeiti), memoirs
* "French Leave" (Channel 4), British television series

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