[dra-poh; French dra-poh]
- Jean [zhahn] /ʒɑ̃/, 1916–1999, Canadian lawyer and politician: mayor of Montreal 1954–57 and 1960–86.
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Examples from the Web for drapeau
It was taken away later, the drapeau blanc put up in its stead.Historic Paris
Jetta S. Wolff
In the French army one colour (drapeau) is carried by each infantry regiment.
When the drapeau is not present with the regiment its place is taken by an ordinary flag.
The three royalists who first entered asked for the newspapers, among others, for the "Quotidienne" and the "Drapeau Blanc."The Two Brothers
Honore de Balzac
Were they not two human individuals sent thither by thee to be hanged; to be a pretext for thy bloody Drapeau Rouge?The French Revolution