American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Beauregard, Pierre Gustave Toutant 1818-1893. American Confederate general known for his flamboyant personal style and dashing but not always successful strategic campaigns. He ordered the bombardment of Fort Sumter in April 1861.
“That would have been my boss inSaigon, Miles, the man I called Beauregard behind his back.”
“The study published in the current issue of Neuroscience Letters was conducted by Dr. Mario Beauregard from the Department of Psychology at the Université de Montréal and his student Vincent Paquette.”
“Robin Beauregard looks for the open shot against Canada.”
“Then Margaret Dingeldein, Ericka Lorenz and Robin Beauregard scored to make it 4-0 until five seconds from three-quarter time, when Johanne Begin scored the first of her three goals in a 6-on-5 situation.”
“Seven members of the 2000 team will head to Athens this summer: centers Ellen Estes and Heather Moody; attackers Brenda Villa, Heather Petri and Ericka Lorenz; defender Robin Beauregard; and goalkeeper Nicolle Payne.”
“Robin Beauregard, Villa, Amber Stachowski and Margaret Dingledein scored in the second period to give the United States a 5-2 halftime lead.”
“Natalie Golda, Robin Beauregard and Amber Stachowski scored the other goals.”
“Beauregard is making ready for us at Manassas Junction.”
“General Beauregard is at Petersburg with 30,000 men to oppose”
“General Beauregard is in General Butler's immediate front, preparing to assault his intrenchments.”
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