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  • Even then, Madame Brassart issued her only a certificate not the real McCoy, since Julia had not technically completed the course.

    A Covert Affair

  • The Messrs. Brassart have always given preference to those of the second category, because there is no need of watching them during a seismic calm, and because they are much more easily constructed.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 455, September 20, 1884

  • Johnson got behind the defense and fed the puck out front, where Brassart snapped it past Simpson to make it 1-0.

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  • Calgary Hitmen snuff out Kamloops Blazers 4-3; Mucha sets CHL goaltending record Brassart and Gal score as Spokane Chiefs rally to 2-1 win over Tri-City

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  • She was indignant on the subject of her trials and tribulations at the hands of Madame Elisabeth Brassart, the school’s impossibly arrogant directrice, who had taken against her as a jumped-up American amateur and attempted to bar her from taking the final.

    A Covert Affair

  • “One being Madame Brassart, head of Cordon Bleu, who is a nasty, mean woman; McCarthy, whom I don’t know; and Old Guard Republicans, whom I see as little as possible.”

    A Covert Affair

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