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  • In 1901 he discovered, in collaboration with Fourneau, the synthesis of the dipeptide, glycyl-glycine and in that year he also published his work on the hydrolysis of casein.

    Emil Fischer - Biography

  • This Department was directed by Professor Ernest Fourneau and daily contact with him determined the course of Bovet's future researches.

    Daniel Bovet - Biography

  • At last one evening, as Captain Fourneau and I were playing ecarte in the cabin, the mate entered with an angry look upon his sunburned face.

    The Adventures of Gerard

  • "It is not worth while to put down the hatch," said Captain Fourneau.

    The Adventures of Gerard

  • There was Captain Fourneau himself upon the deck, and seven or eight rough fellows hard at work grooming her and making her ready for sea.

    The Adventures of Gerard

  • With a bad grace Captain Fourneau consented to spare him, and we carried him to the after-hold, which lay under the cabin.

    The Adventures of Gerard

  • One night I was leaving the cafe when Captain Fourneau followed me, and touching me on the arm he led me without saying a word for some distance until we reached his lodgings.

    The Adventures of Gerard

  • I embraced the brave Fourneau, and implored him to tell me how I could assist him.

    The Adventures of Gerard

  • For the most part, however, my duties were to play ecarte with Captain Fourneau, and to act as his companion.

    The Adventures of Gerard

  • On the evening of the third day I found Captain Fourneau gazing eagerly out from the platform in the front of the vessel.

    The Adventures of Gerard

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