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Paris University

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  • From yesterday's New York Times--Pierre Bayard, a Paris University literature professor, has written a half-serious book about what to do when your snobby friends start talking about books you haven't read.

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  • From yesterday's New York Times--Pierre Bayard, a Paris University literature professor, has written a half-serious book about what to do when your snobby friends start talking about books you haven't read.

    Just sit there and look smart

  • Among those are Paris University graduate Hagop Tchamichoglu Tchamichian who served in the Swedish Embassy in Constantinople in the early 1700's and Hovhannes Mouradgian who held a key position as interpreter at the same Embassy in the mid 1700's...

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  • He said his father was a graduate of Paris University.

    The Incomparable 29th and the "River Clyde"

  • She took the degree of doctor at the Paris University, married Doctor Dluski, a Polish physician, and together they established an important sanatorium in a wonderfully beautiful Carpathian mountain place of Austrian Poland.

    Pierre Curie

  • The Augustinian priory of the Val des Ecoliers was founded in 1212, at Luzy, near Chaumont by four doctors of the Paris University, who were led into this awful solitude by a love of retreat.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • Bishop of Beauvais and all the learning and theology of Paris University lasted nearly three months.

    Essays in Rebellion

  • Thus weakened by long captivity and ill usage, she, an untaught girl, was questioned repeatedly for three months, by the most cunning and learned doctors in law of the Paris University.

    The Red True Story Book

  • _Times_ as possessing a degree of the Paris University.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Patrick that young Malcolm Drummond, a devout and scholarly lad of earnest aspiration, should be trained at the Paris University, and perhaps visit Padua and Bologna in preparation for that foundation, which, save for that cruel Eastern's E'en, would have been commenced by the uncle whose name he bore.

    Two Penniless Princesses

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