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  • Pierette was born in the Gers department, between Toulouse and the Pyrenees.

    Brad Haskel: Pierrette Trichet: Guiding the Tradition & Innovation of Louis XIII & the House of Remy Martin

  • The door flew open and Timothy and Pierette greeted us like their own grandchildren back from a war, or a refugee camp, or from just having received a Nobel Prize.

    A Book of Miracles

  • Timothy was an egg farmer and Pierette ran the general store in the village.

    A Book of Miracles

  • Timothy and Pierette were the elderly uncle and aunt of a colleague.

    A Book of Miracles

  • Timothy and Pierette exchanged distressed glances and Pierette immediately began clearing away the dishes.

    A Book of Miracles

  • For one of his short stories, Pierette, Balzac demanded no less than seventeen successive revised proofs.

    Honore de Balzac

  • Class in its catechism, and were not her own two children, Pierre and Pierette, in the class?

    The French Twins

  • "Pierette, monsieur, at your service," she answered, looking at him with her great black eyes, and pushing her disordered locks from her forehead.

    Ten Tales

  • He has already taught Pierette to read, and, moreover, recalling his calligraphy as a sergeant-major, he has set her copies in writing.

    Ten Tales

  • And so he becomes almost a miser; he theorizes; he wishes to give up his tobacco, although Pierette herself fills and lights his pipe for him.

    Ten Tales

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