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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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  • Stand aside, arnaud, lest you find a bolt through your gizzard.

    The White Company Arthur Conan Doyle
  • During this arnaud preached twice a week and conducted daily prayer.

    The Vaudois of Piedmont John Napper Worsfold
  • I was the judge, gentlemen, on the occasion of the arnaud trial.

    Uncanny Tales Various
  • The figure behind the hands grows and grows beneath arnaud's fingers.

    Uncanny Tales Various
  • arnaud's Avocat confronted her with the now completed picture.

    Uncanny Tales Various
  • arnaud springs to his feet, catching her roughly by the wrist.

    Uncanny Tales Various

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