In 1964 Pierre Salinger was in the midst of a heated Senate campaign in California when the retiring incumbent died.
Obstinate Pierre refuses to care about anything, even when a passing lion threatens to eat him.
He passed the business to his son Alfred, whose two sons Pierre and Jacques modernized and expanded the company internationally.
Both left The Guardian last year to begin a news startup funded by Internet billionaire Pierre Omidyar called The Intercept.
In 2004, Walsh and French journalist Pierre Ballester released L.A. Confidentiel: Les Secrets de Lance Armstrong.
Such likewise was the opinion of Brother Isambart de la Pierre.
Baptiste held the drill while his comrade, Pierre, pounded it in.
St. Pierre is the best built town in the Lesser Antilles, and has a population of about twenty-five thousand.
You must find a glass of wine for yourself and go with old Pierre and dust your clothes.
Pierre, who was relapsing into nervous irritation, wanted to know what Marowsko meant by this phrase.
Modern French form of masc. proper name represented in Modern English by Peter (q.v.). The city in South Dakota, U.S., was named for Pierre Chouteau (1789-1865) who set up an Indian trading post here in 1837.