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Ledoux

[luh-doo] /ləˈdu/
noun
1.
Claude-Nicolas
[klohd-nee-kaw-lah] /kloʊd ni kɔˈlɑ/ (Show IPA),
1736–1806, French architect.
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  • Judge Ledoux had come to Quantock from the South during the war, and built a house there like the one he used to live in.

    The Ruling Passion Henry van Dyke
  • Captain Ledoux proved invaluable to these "ebony" merchants.

    Abb Aubain and Mosaics Prosper Mrime
  • In this she had been successful; Mlle. Molire had accepted his proposals, and they had met repeatedly at Ledoux's house.

    Queens of the French Stage H. Noel Williams
  • Captain Ledoux landed at the mouth of the river and called on Tamango.

    Abb Aubain and Mosaics Prosper Mrime
  • Mr. Ledoux has constructed such a play as might well have held the attention of the assembled myst at Eleusis.

    Responsibilities William Butler Yeats
  • He stood defenceless, and Ledoux advanced with a diabolical grin.

    Abb Aubain and Mosaics Prosper Mrime
  • Ledoux was sitting behind him on the quarter-deck, smoking his pipe at ease.

    Abb Aubain and Mosaics Prosper Mrime
  • Ledoux has studied experimentally gregariousness and social interattraction in Blatta orientalis and Blattella germanica.

  • The next day Verdayne and his young companion were introduced to Mr. Ledoux and his guest.

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  • Ledoux stared at him in amazement and indignation when he heard Tamango's proposal interpreted.

    Abb Aubain and Mosaics Prosper Mrime

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