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Bouchard

[boo-shar] /buˈʃar/
noun
1.
(Louis) Henri
[lwee ahn-ree] /lwi ɑ̃ˈri/ (Show IPA),
1875–1960, French sculptor.
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  • I noticed that Bouchard appeared to be in about the same condition.

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  • Both were older than Westerling, Turcas by ten and Bouchard by fifteen years.

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  • "We'll set all the machinery we have to work to find one, sir," Bouchard replied.

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  • He looked at Bouchard, and every one began looking at Bouchard.

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  • All were leaning forward toward Bouchard breathless for his answer.

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  • "I am looking for ghosts," replied Bouchard with saturnine emphasis.

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  • She puzzled Bouchard, she was so facile, so ready, so many-sided.

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  • Then Westerling picked up Bouchard's note and shook his head sadly.

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  • Bouchard, hawk-eyed, stern, was standing by the street door.

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