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  • LISOVICZ: This as investors keep an eye on tropical storm Edouard, which is in the Gulf of Mexico, where so many oil rigs and oil facilities ...

    CNN Transcript Aug 4, 2008

  • It's called Edouard and it is packing 45-mile-an-hour winds right now, will probably get stronger.

    CNN Transcript Aug 3, 2008

  • For this purpose, according to Gragnon-Lacoste, he had placed in the safekeeping of an American consul, Stevens, better known as Edouard Girard, the sum of 6,000,000 francs in gold.

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  • She wanted to name Edouard; but she hesitated, and asked her conscience if it was fair to name him: and while she blushed and hesitated, lo and behold a rival referee hove in sight.

    White Lies

  • '' Les Enfants d'Edouard '(The Children of Edward), and' La

    Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 11

  • "Edouard," said she, "can you get up early in the morning?

    White Lies

  • Jean Pierre Edouard, who was not involved with the rally but had gone to the ministry simply to pick up a certificate, was also hit in the head.

    Beverly Bell: Citizen Protests, Government Repression Mount in Haiti

  • Bergé, a friend of Cocteau's companion Edouard Dermit, was given moral rights to the artist's work when Dermit died in 1995.

    Jean Cocteau: France in uproar over museum 'fakes'

  • Gabriel Emile-Edouard Nicolet was a Swiss painter, as far as I know.

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  • The series introduced in 1995 by Jorg Zintzmeyer features not statements but artists, including Alberto Giacometti, Arthur Honegger, and, on the 10 Franc note, Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, better known as the modernist architect Le Corbusier.

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