[baw-rel, buh-; French baw-rel]
- Fé·lix É·douard É·mile [fey-leeks ey-dwar ey-meel] /feɪˈliks eɪˈdwar eɪˈmil/, 1871–1956, French mathematician.
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Examples from the Web for borel
The 43-year-old Borel is one of the few jockeys that people who do not follow horseracing have heard of.How the Derby Was Won
May 2, 2010
But the service she meant to ask of me really was to accompany her to the Chateau Borel.
And turning his back on it, he faced the entrance to the grounds of the Chateau Borel.
Dr. Borel himself brought Suzanne to the house at about twelve o'clock.
At midnight, the old man was suffering so much that Dr. Borel was called in again.
We know what Borel has written on the gamelan (he calls it soul music).Letters of a Javanese Princess
Raden Adjeng Kartini