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  • 'I can let you call Faure yourself, or your government in Ottawa,' Doug suggested.

    Moonwar

  • Now the case was in the hands of an examining-magistrate called Faure, an incredulous, commonplace, superficial sort of person, (I write as I think), with a mind utterly unprepared to receive a confidence of this kind.

    The Phantom of the Opera

  • Known simply as "Faure," the son of dictator Eyadema Gnassingbe assumed power in a military-backed coup hours after his father's death on Feb. 5, 2005.

    Voters Head to Polls in Togo

  • Others have been worthy forays into very rare repertory, such as Faure's Penelope; some productions haven't worked well Otello or have been weakly cast.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • But Joanna was already saying, 'Faure's been ducking me, as usual.

    Moonwar

  • 'Faure's people are in control of the commsats,' he said gently.

    Moonwar

  • 'Faure's building up a new military force to take Moonbase,' he said softly.

    Moonwar

  • 'Faure's delaying any negotiations as much as he can.

    Moonwar

  • It is true that these views in regard to Primary Amputations, are opposed by many Surgeons of great ability, such as Faure, Hunter, Percy, Blandin and Mause, but they are mainly of the last century, and the weight of authority preponderates

    An Epitome of Practical Surgery, for Field and Hospital.

  • Edgar Faure, from what I can gather on French Wikipedia, was not a Jew.

    Matthew Yglesias » Obama’s Car Invention Myth

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