from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Hugo, Victor Marie 1802-1885. French writer who went into exile after Napoleon III seized power (1851), returning to France in 1870. His novels include The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1831) and Les Misérables (1862).
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- proper n. A male given name, a Latinized form of Hugh.
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- n. French poet and novelist and dramatist; leader of the romantic movement in France (1802-1885)
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In the popular superstition and nursery tales of the country, this Hugo is converted into a being somewhat between a fairy and a fiend, and even the illustrious De Thou has not disdained to make mention of this circumstance: "_Cæsaro duni_," says this celebrated historian, "_Hugo
The man who now goes by the name "Hugo Sanchez" was then seen having his hair cut and coloured in Hurstville.
Now, Alfredo Sanchez has been found living in Sydney under the alias Hugo Sanchez, spending his days getting his hair cut and coloured and dining out on chicken and chips, while his wife Sophie serves a two-year jail term in the UK, The Daily Telegraph reported.
But Mr Sanchez, who now goes by the name Hugo, has denied he is the wanted man and said he had "no knowledge" that police in Britain were looking for him.
Regardless of where it stands or how quickly we come by the facts of its production, "Hugo" is one of the most interesting projects to be in development at the moment.
Â This week we find that Hugo is actually a spy for the Light of Day Church and that heâs the one who set Sookie up.
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Veteran police chief inspector Espinosa quickly pinpoints a suspect in Hugo Breno, an unassuming bank teller whose solitary existence takes on a sinister cast as he shadows the inspectors movements across the city.
Suffice it to say that neither Kevin nor Cheryl would stoop to such dastardly schemes, though it does seem that buying a Hugo is much less hard work than actually winning one.
Hugo is a chameleon and the comic book/fantasy/sci-fi character actor of choice.
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