[bur-truh nd; French ber-trahn]
- a male given name, French form of Bertram.
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Examples from the Web for bertrand
And two days after that, Bertrand set out to kill and be killed.
In August 2013, his mother had warned police that Brice was being radicalized and influencing Bertrand.
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The film will contend with Saint Laurent, another biopic directed by Bertrand Bonello.Jennifer Lawrence's Oscar Fall Heard Round The World; Anne Hathaway's Nipples Join Twitter
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Bertrand Russell replied, “At the moment I am so busy as to be convinced that life has no meaning whatsoever.”Carlin Romano’s Philosophical Book Bag
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And on that he turned to depart, whilst Bertrand sped to Giovanna.The Historical Nights' Entertainment
This was no normal state of things at the Academy of Bertrand des Amis.Scaramouche
What business could a detective of his caliber have to do with Bertrand Rockamore?The Crevice
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Breso is simple and easily led, and was one of Bertrand's conspirators.Life in the Medieval University
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Leaving Bertrand's chamber, they sought that in which was the prince and his companions.Historical Tales, Vol. 6 (of 15)