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Arnaud

/ˈɑːnəʊ; French arno/
noun
1.
Yvonne. 1892–1958, French actress, who was well-known on the London stage and in British films. A theatre in Guildford is named after her
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  • But I must go; I have loitered too long, and arnaud ought to go to his breakfast.'

    The Heir of Redclyffe Charlotte M. Yonge
  • The figure behind the hands grows and grows beneath arnaud's fingers.

    Uncanny Tales Various
  • His Majesty even wrote some bad verses, of which the sense was, that Voltaire was a setting sun, and that arnaud was rising.

  • And arnaud was now ready to offer up his life for the recovery of the valleys.

    The Huguenots in France Samuel Smiles.
  • "You have never hurt me, arnaud," she assured him, conscious of the inadequacy of her words.

    Linda Condon Joseph Hergesheimer
  • Major arnaud halted his Louisiana militia on the right of these in line.

    The Battle of New Orleans Zachary F. Smith

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