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  • Anyone here like Gaugain, he raped little Polynesian girls and made great paintings.

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  • The French Government Telegraph Administration became at once interested in the new receiver, and a commission of eminent electricians, consisting of Du Moncel, Blavier, Froment, Gaugain, and other practical and theoretical specialists, was appointed to decide on its merits.

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  • And a greater stylist than even Stevenson is the author of a little volume which I keep by my side ever since Mr. Frederick O'Brien and the terrifying Gaugain have turned us to the islands of the Pacific.

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  • Gaugain may be Gauguin p237 (Paul Gauguin from context)

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  • Built from a gutted and refurbished Airstream Pan America RV designed by Paris-based Thierry Gaugain of Philippe Starck fame, the trailer is a masculine pit stop where girls are more than welcome all the better if you can handle the

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  • Wilson said he's also inspired by Gaugain and others who developed such a fascination with the art of so called "primitive" peoples.

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  • Rumors abound that it actually was Gaugain that cut it of in a drunken bout and that the two maverick artists agreed to make the most of the situation.

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  • See also Gaugain on the Gramme machine, 'Ann. de Chem. et de Phys,' vol.xxviii. p. 324] He aimed at giving continuous motion to such

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  • He is an impressionist painter who moved to Polynesia and used vibrant colors for his pictures of the natives.

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