[bree-ahnd; French bree-ahn]
- A·ri·stide [ar-uh-steed; French a-ree-steed] /ˈær əˌstid; French a riˈstid/, 1862–1932, French statesman: minister of France 11 times; Nobel Peace Prize 1926.
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Briand was as bitter against the orders as against the unions.Paris Vistas
Helen Davenport Gibbons
Briand repeated these sentiments at the Amsterdam congress in 1903.Socialism and Democracy in Europe
Samuel P. Orth
Anfossi, or Briand, as now he called himself, addressed her in that language.
It asks for those ladies and their chauffeur, Briand, a safe-conduct through the French military lines.
If they should take Briand in the act, should they have even the least doubt concerning him, you must repudiate him entirely.
- Aristide (aristid). 1862–1932, French socialist statesman: prime minister of France 11 times. He was responsible for the separation of Church and State (1905) and he advocated a United States of Europe. Nobel peace prize 1926
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