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  • Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre (19 January 1737 - 21 January 1814) was a French writer and botanist. He is most famous for his 1788 novel Paul
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  • Alessandra Martines, as quoted in Alessandra Martines: Parigi premia il mio talento ma l'Italia spesso mi ignora, Corriere della Sera, (8-26-2008). France exists
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  • 1905 – 15 April 1980), normally known simply as Jean-Paul Sartre, was a French existentialist philosopher, dramatist and screenwriter, novelist, and critic
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  • which is just. Louis IX, king of France. Louis Gazagne, The Saint on Horseback: A Story of St. Louis IX, King of France, p. 73 (1953). Another translation:
    59 KB (8,549 words) - 15:53, 5 February 2016
  • the successors of Christ's apostles and that the Pope is the successor to Saint Peter. Catholic doctrine maintains that the Catholic Church is the original
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  • English Proverbs: Also, the Most Celebrated Proverbs of the Scotch, Italian, French,hiii Spanish, and Other Languages, the Whole Methodically Digested and Illustrated
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  • Have took the covenant, With cavaliers are cavaliers And with the saints, a saint. Samuel Butler, Tale of the Cobbler and the Vicar of Bray. In good
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  • Théodore Guérin (category French people)
    Saint Mother Theodore Guerin (Saint Theodora) (2 October 1798 – 15 May 1856), born Anne-Thérèse Guérin, was a Roman Catholic saint of French descent and
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  • Champollion, Captivité de François I. Figeac, p. 129 (Ed. 1847). In Martin, Histoire de France, Volume VIII. Sismondi, Volume XVI, p. 241. Your word is as good
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  • you, I love you, I love you. Paulo Coelho, Aleph (2011) What is a saint? A saint is someone who has achieved a remote human possibility. It is impossible
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  • Compare in Latin: Qui me amat, amat et canem meum. Saint Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153), French abbot (and who is not the St Bernard for whom that breed
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  • Voltaire (category French novelists)
    (November 21, 1694 – May 30, 1778), famous using his pen name Voltaire, was a French writer, deist and philosopher. See also: Candide La vertu
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  • Considérations sur la nature de la Révolution de France (1793 edition at Google Books), p. 22. French historian Henri Martin first turned part of this into a direct
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  • Kingdom of God, in a controversial incident known as "the kicking of the saint"; on Our Lady of Aparecida. If the subject of art will be a broken jug
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  • So are the fishes. Radio broadcast, London, Dieu Protège La France [God protect France], October 21, 1940 (partial text). Goodnight then: sleep to gather
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  • and leading in England. Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790); phrase used by Benjamin Disraeli in a speech (Feb. 28, 1859). England
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  • have his chappell. George Bancroft, Anti-Puritan Sermon (Feb. 9, 1588). Martin Luther, Von den Conciliis und Kirchen, Werke, 23. 378. (Ed. 1826). Melbancke
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  • Negroes. In colored and Negro days the saint might have wanted them out of the country, as he did. But in the age of Martin Luther King even the most covertly
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  • Arnobius of Sicca and his pupil Lactantius, Saint Cyprian of Carthage, the African Marius Victorinus, the Berber Saint Augustine, in short, all this glorious
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  • Deuxième Journée. La lutte, ch. III: La barricade Saint-Antoine Translation: There is now, in France, in each village, a lighted torch—the schoolmaster—and
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