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  • CIBOT, alias Galope-Chopine, also called Cibot the Great.

    Repertory of the Comedie Humaine Part 1

  • CIBOT (Jean), alias Pille-Miche; one of the Chouans of the Breton insurrection of 1799; cousin of Cibot, alias Galope-Chopine, and his murderer.

    Repertory of the Comedie Humaine Part 1

  • Galope-Chopine turned pale himself and dropped his porringer on the table.

    The Chouans

  • Pille Miche nudged his comrade by the elbow and showed him d'Orgemont, who was pretending to be asleep; but Pille-Miche and Marche-a-Terre both knew by experience that no one ever slept by the corner of their fire, and though the last words said to Galope-Chopine were almost whispered, they must have been heard by the victim, and the four

    The Chouans

  • "Galope-Chopine!" cried Mademoiselle de Verneuil, when Francine brought the man to her.

    The Chouans

  • Galope-Chopine refilled the beakers, but his guests refused to drink again, and throwing aside their large hats looked at him solemnly.

    The Chouans

  • Finding himself in their grasp Galope-Chopine lost all power and fell on his knees holding up his hands to his slayers in desperation.

    The Chouans

  • When she was safely in it Galope-Chopine brought Francine the box which contained the ball dress, and having done so he stood stock-still in an attitude of indescribable irresolution.

    The Chouans

  • Galope-Chopine looked alternately from the mistress to the maid with evident distrust of the latter; but a sign from Mademoiselle de Verneuil reassured him.

    The Chouans

  • "We gave you two weeks, and it is now two months, and Galope-Chopine here hasn't received the money."

    The Chouans

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