- (Ma·rie) Eu·gène (Fran·çois Tho·mas) [ma-ree œ-zhen frahn-swa taw-mah] /maˈri œˈʒɛn frɑ̃ˈswa tɔˈmɑ/, 1858–1941, Dutch physical anthropologist and anatomist.
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DuBois writes some characters with more juiciness than others.
Those books might seek to exonerate, but duBois wants to explain.
DuBois is a noted expert on the intersection of religion and public life.The Hero Summit 2013 Speakers
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DuBois' elitism is the foundation of all his thinking and observation.
DuBois was a man of many ideas; Washington, of just one: the proverbial contrast of hedgehog and fox.
He wished to have the time to make Dubois swallow this pill.
Excepting the Abbe Dubois there is no priest in my son's favour.The Memoirs of the Louis XIV. and The Regency, Complete
Elizabeth-Charlotte, Duchesse d'Orleans
Then followed protestations from Dubois and replies from the Marechal.
But Dubois was perfectly informed of it, and never pardoned me.
When we were alone, I asked her why she had refused the pleasure offered by Dubois.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
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- W (illiam) E (dward) B (urghardt). 1868–1963, US Black sociologist, writer, and political activist; a founder of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
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- Dutch paleontologist who in 1891 discovered in Java a fossil hominid which he believed to be the so-called missing link between the apes and humans on the evolutionary ladder. He named it Pithecanthropus erectus, but it is now known as Homo erectus.
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