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Borel

[baw-rel, buh-; French baw-rel] /bɔˈrɛl, bə-; French bɔˈrɛl/
noun
1.
Félix Édouard Émile
[fey-leeks ey-dwar ey-meel] /feɪˈliks eɪˈdwar eɪˈmil/ (Show IPA),
1871–1956, French mathematician.
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  • There may not be many like Borel's little boy, but I know at least one.

    Letters of a Javanese Princess Raden Adjeng Kartini
  • At midnight, the old man was suffering so much that Dr. Borel was called in again.

    The Frontier Maurice LeBlanc
  • But the service she meant to ask of me really was to accompany her to the Chateau Borel.

    Under Western Eyes Joseph Conrad
  • Dr. Borel himself brought Suzanne to the house at about twelve o'clock.

    The Frontier Maurice LeBlanc
  • As to being watched, I imagine that the Chateau Borel could be subjected only to a most distant observation.

    Under Western Eyes Joseph Conrad
  • The child of the Assistant-Resident is Borel's boy personified.

    Letters of a Javanese Princess Raden Adjeng Kartini
  • I wish that Borel would go there, he might feel inspired to break into charming poetry.

    Letters of a Javanese Princess Raden Adjeng Kartini
  • We know what Borel has written on the gamelan (he calls it soul music).

    Letters of a Javanese Princess Raden Adjeng Kartini
  • And turning his back on it, he faced the entrance to the grounds of the Chateau Borel.

    Under Western Eyes Joseph Conrad

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